[Xymon] CPU USAGE DISPLAY (CPU Statistics)
feld at feld.me
Thu Jul 24 00:39:52 CEST 2014
On Jul 23, 2014, at 10:51, Schwab, Jos <Jos.Schwab at newellco.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I am pretty new to the Linux world. Getting to the point quickly; xymon apparently uses the top display for the CPU display. When I see a CPU alert from xymon I’d like to see the current time interval’s CPU stats (The third line of top display - %us, %sy, %ni, etc) rather than the averages of those stats since the last reboot of the machine. This is an old ‘complaint’ in bugzilla which was closed in 2007 as ‘not a bug’. I couldn’t find any work-arounds or customizing tips out there to change the display in xymon. What changes can a person make to see the current time interval (any top display other than the first one) statistics for the cpu display in xymon? What about changes in the monitored OS? Any suggestions are appreciated! Thanks.
I think I know what you are asking for, but to be sure can you define what you mean by "current time interval" ?
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