A system monitoring for Pharo images

Finally I’ve found some time to release some of my code I’ve been using the last years. It is a project around system monitoring. It defines system parameters to watch and integrates them with popular tools like munin, monit and nagios/icinga/… As an example the following picture shows the monitoring of the vm memory over a day.

monitor-memory

System monitoring is basically about monitoring system parameters in order to send alerts when thresholds are exceeded or to plot graphs that enables one to estimate further progression of image behaviour.

The code is here

http://smalltalkhub.com/#!/~NorbertHartl/Monitoring

and an introduction article (more will follow) to it is here

http://norbert.hartl.name/blog/2015/05/16/system-monitoring-for-pharo-images/

Feedback is welcomed!

Hopy you enjoy it. And bug me if you have questions or something is not working.

Norbert

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