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Topic # 111605 8-Nov-2012 18:37
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Hi

I am looking for a simple resource monitor for windows to put on my VPS.
I just want it to monitor CPU/RAM/Processes/Network and other basic information. 
I would also like it to have an alert system to send me an email if usage gets to high.
Would be nice if it also graphed this information.

I have found lots of stuff for Linux but not much for windows. Also I have noticed a few programs use PHP as a front end and I would prefer not to install this if possible.

Cheers

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  Reply # 714359 8-Nov-2012 19:51
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freitasm: http://www.paessler.com/windows_server_monitor
http://copperegg.com/


Thanks they are just what I was looking for.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 735066 19-Dec-2012 17:01
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Today I found LANWatch - clients for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and web browsers. Clients run Windows and Linux. Installed on Geekzone: 










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  Reply # 735068 19-Dec-2012 17:02
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freitasm: Today I found LANWatch - clients for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and web browsers. Clients run Windows and Linux. Installed on Geekzone: 



Hmm that looks good as well, will have to check it out.

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  Reply # 736555 23-Dec-2012 13:39
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Cripes though, the pricing is a bit rough (9€ per computer per year hosted, but you don't get auditing or reporting functionality for that - you have to pay for the on-premise version for that and you have to buy either 50 or 100 licenses).  Why is pricing so convoluted these days?

Personally, I'm using New Relic which I'd highly recommend, though it is also pricey - and hosted only, and does a whole lot more than just report on just basic server usage stats - it digs right into your .NET, PHP or Java applications and reports on stats like time spent talking to the database versus network transit etc.

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