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#1: How to monitor Windows CPU usage in Linux Server

Posted on 2011-01-24 06:40:22 by Majian

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Hello, guys:

is there any information in the MIB about the CPU-usage. I am
monitoring Windows-machines using whatsup and the goal is to raise an
alarm if the usage passes a certain threshold.

By the way , I want to monitor them in Linux Server (CentOS),
and the Windows is Windows XP .



Thanks in advances.....

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#2: Re: How to monitor Windows CPU usage in Linux Server

Posted on 2011-01-24 12:18:58 by Shawn Wilson

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On Jan 24, 2011 12:41 AM, "sync" <jiannma@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hello, guys:
>
> is there any information in the MIB about the CPU-usage. I am
> monitoring Windows-machines using whatsup and the goal is to raise an
> alarm if the usage passes a certain threshold.
>
> By the way , I want to monitor them in Linux Server (CentOS),
> and the Windows is Windows XP .

I think one of the kde or gnome process monitors would show a pretty picture
of windows performance. However, I'd look into snmp, nmap (maybe), perl,
metasploit (if you want to hack apart ruby).

Ps - msf would definitely be the funniest solution to bring to your boss
(depending on your threshold for humor). Though using an nmap plugin or
installing an snmp server on every box might be the easiest.

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