Need help in hobbit monitor

Perumal, Santoshbabu santoshbabu_perumal at
Fri Aug 8 16:54:53 CEST 2008

HI All,


   We are monitoring about 100 hosts using hobbit monitor. it was
working fine. but from yesterday onwards I see purple icons for
cpu,disk,memory on the webpage. What caused this problem? How can I get
this resolved?


  Some questions:-


1)       What is the difference between client side client installation
(. /configure -client selection client during installtion) and server
side client installation (selection server option during installation)


2)       For some hosts I don't see CPU, disk, memory status on webpage
I do see only conn, do I get all the status on the webpage


         3) by default I see files,msgs,ports and procs status are white
color. if I don't want to monitor files,msgs,ports and procs how do I
get rid of those entries showing on the webpage.basicall I want to see
only conn,cpu,disk,info,memory,ssh and trends.



Please get back to me on this?..Thanks in advance.




Santhoshbabu Perumal

Unix system Administrator

System Engineering, GO & I

The Mcgraw-Hill companies

HTS East Windsor, NJ

609-371-6317 (Desk)

609-385-5016 (work cell)

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