I need to find a solution where I can monitor multiple sites at once and know when they go down. There are fraudulent sites (not mine I am in the infosec industry)
I have been playing with Nagios and Zabbix all day with not much luck. I have managed to get both installed and running and researched for hours. I just need to figure out how to add domain names to be monitored and I am stuck. I know you have to do it in the conf files but I cannot get a domain to show up?
We have the below script, to check the process MEDT, if it doesn't run , then it will send a message immediately. the same script, if I want to check if it is continously running for more than 1 hour, then it should do the action mentioned below.
I have Fedora Linux 13 64bit system. I use System Monitor to check which process is taking how much memory and cpu. Normally I have dozens of Chrome and Firefox windows open. The Processes tab shows which process is taking how much cpu/ram resources but I unfortunately there is no option like right click and make the window active that matches the PID (the one process that I have currently highlighted). Usually there is a chrome process taking up 30 or 40 percent of CPU while dozens other chrome processes taking much less cpu. I must determine which chrome window ( or any application which has multiple instances running) is taking that much CPU time.
Is it possible, using ps, to determine where a process is running from? I have two applications, both are identical and running in parallel directories, such as /app1/start.sh and /app2/start.sh. If I run ps -ef then I'm unable to tell the difference between the two
Using ps (or alternative), how can I tell that PID 123 belongs to app1?
Possible Duplicate: Finding the process that is using a certain port in Linux I'm using Ubuntu Linux 11.04. How do I write a shell script expression that will find the process running on port 4444 and then kill the process?
I have a game server running using java, and it tends to crash sometimes, and only way to start it now is manually, so i thought i could create a script to check periodically if java is running, and if it isn't, run my startup script for the game server also, if it's possible it should log when it actually started the server startup script into a text file or something, so i can check why it crashed.
In short our required is that we are creating a share library which can be loaded by a process and that share library analysis the process which load it. Since share library is in address space of the process so I need to find out how many threads created by the process and what is status of their stack trace etc.
So I am looking for a way to get list of threads in running process.
I'd like to start a background job using the sudo command and route its output to a file. This presents a problem because the prompt for the password doesn't work properly. It looks something like this when I try it:
Basically I'm not properly prompted for the password and as soon as I type anything in my background job fails because it didn't receive the password. Is there any way to execute a sudo command by supplying the password on the same line as the command?
I am trying to set the umask for a process(orkaudio) which is running as the root user.This program creates dir and files and I need the umask to be 022. I have edited my /etc/bashrc -- and when i type in umask i get 0022 --- Not sure how to go about getting this resolved...
Sometimes I connect to my Debian box from another computer (using SSH on Cygwin or Linux), and once ina while I want to run some console apps. And sometimes some of these apps might complain about "another intance, Error: an instance of newsbeuter is already running (PID: 2496)". Is there a work around for this issue at all(without killing the original instance") ? The reason I do not want to kill the app because there might be 2 users connected to the same machine that might be using the same app.
I have already tried trickle and wondershaper. I need a program that can limit the speed of download/upload of an already running program. Similar to the how NetLimiter in Windows limits already running processes. Using Linux.
I wonder how one can, if at all, run an X program in the background *in an emulator sub-shell process*. What I mean is to launch a program in an emulator, e.g, by xterm -e gedit
but with gedit (in this example) running in the background from inside the xterm sub-process, so that the xterm will accept other commands. In the above, gedit will run in the foreground, and of course, if you do xterm -e gedit &
then xterm will run in the background, not gedit.In short, I would like to achieve the same thing as "gedit &" as you manually do in xterm, but from another shell. What I aim to do is write an X init script to achieve this result (to have the emulator open and a program or two running from it, in the background, at the X startup).
I have cronjob that uses rsync to back up to a remote directory every hour. how do I set this rsync up so that if initial process is running already, it prevents running same rsync command and checks again in next hour until the process is finished/terminated?