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SiteScope 10.12 Memory Monitor

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Can anyone confirm which memory is reported by this generic monitor? (RAM or Swap space) It looks like the monitor is for swap space and not the physical memory.
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For available physical memory, you need to use Windows or Unix Resource Monitor.

Select Memory then available bytes, Kbytes or Mbytes.
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How can I get the percent of memory used?
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Hi,

You can change the template also. go to sitescope->templates.os-> select your os which one you have selected fot that server and edit that. you can see id= memory in that you can see the line swap there you can change that one to Mem instead of swap.
Restart sitescope serivices then by default it will give physical memory percentage.

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hi,

Even you can use windows/unix resource monitors.

-Krishna Rajapantula
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For UNIX, We can change it in respective OS template & memory monitor will be changed accordingly which displays the physical memory in percentage.

But for Windows there is no way as I know. Anyone ever tried this for Windows by modifying the SiteScope configuration for MEMORY monitor (please don't say about Windows resources monitor)?

If you need it for UNIX flavor (SunOS), let me know I will get the one. For Linux it is quite simple.


-Raj

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Hi Raj


I need the SunOS one. COuld you please provide it.

Would be much appreciated

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--Mario
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Hi Mario,

Please find below is the custom code to be used in Solaris servers physical memory monitoring.

#
id=memory
command=echo `/usr/sbin/prtconf | grep "Mem" | awk '{print $3*1024;}'`" "`sar -r 1 1 | grep -v freemem | grep -v SunOS | grep -v ^$ | awk '{print $2*8;}'`
total=1
free=2
swapUnit=1024

Please check location of your commands & if they are different, change the command path accordingly.

Thanks,
Raj

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Raj

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