CPU, Memory and Disk Monitoring

When you identify server performance degradation, the usual suspects are CPU, Memory, and the Disk. OpManager monitors these system resources on Windows and Unix-based servers and spots performance bottlenecks early on. OpManager uses SNMP, WMI, or CLI protocols to monitor the host resources and gathers performance data.

Using OpManager you can:

Start monitoring CPU, Memory, and Disk utilization instantly

  • Find CPU, Disk, and Memory utilization monitors associated out-of-the-box for close to a dozen server types.
  • Spot high resource utilization at a glance using the intuitive dials in snapshot page.
  • Monitor multiple processors with detailed utilization reports for each CPU instance.
  • Fine tune the monitoring configurations right from the snapshot page and narrow down a problem more quickly.
  • Server resource performance dials
    Server resource performance dials for CPU, Memory and Disk
  • set a threshold and test the monitor
    CPU monitor configuration screen. One can set a threshold and test the monitor to gauge the current performance statistics in a click.
  • CPU utilization graph
    CPU utilization graph for a quad-core CPU.
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Monitor over 25 different Memory, Disk, and CPU metrics across Servers

  • Add more monitors for other resource metrics based on the server need.
  • Quickly find out what is causing application slowness despite normal resource utilization. The actual metric at fault could be the % processor time, the queue length, or a critical memory metric (maybe a fast eroding available physical memory) that is impacting the application performance!
  • Define more custom monitors (with options to apply expressions) for these resources using WMI scripts or CLI commands, or by simply querying the relevant SNMP variables.
  • custom SNMP monitor
    Screenshot showing creation of a custom SNMP monitor.
  • host resource performance monitors
    A collection of different host resource performance monitors from the server snapshot page.
  • monitors for Linux or Unix-based devices
    The list of Command Line Interface (CLI) server performance monitors for Linux or Unix-based devices.
  • disk performance monitors
    Vendor specific performance monitors and indepth disk performance monitors.
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Monitor all the following metrics and more:

CPU Metrics Memory Metrics Disk Metrics
  • CPU utilization
  • CPU socket
  • CPU speed
  • Idle Time
  • Privileged time
  • Processor Time
  • User time
  • Processor Queue
  • Drive Size
  • PSU Redundancy
  • Free Physical Memory
  • Page Faults
  • Page Reads
  • Page Writes
  • Pages Per Second
  • Available Page-File Memory Size
  • Available Physical Memory
  • Available Virtual Memory
  • Disk utilization
  • Disk Reads
  • Disk writes
  • Disk out-of-space Count
  • Disk Partitions-wise monitors
  • Disk Queue Length
  • Free Disk Space in GB
  • Free Disk Space ion MB
  • Used Disk Space in GB
  • Used Disk Space in MB

CPU Metrics

  • CPU utilization
  • CPU socket
  • CPU speed
  • Idle Time
  • Privileged time
  • Processor Time
  • User time
  • Processor Queue
  • Drive Size
  • PSU Redundancy

Memory Metrics

  • Free Physical Memory
  • Page Faults
  • Page Reads
  • Page Writes
  • Pages Per Second
  • Available Page-File Memory Size
  • Available Physical Memory
  • Available Virtual Memory

Disk Metrics

  • Disk utilization
  • Disk Reads
  • Disk writes
  • Disk out-of-space Count
  • Disk Partitions-wise monitors
  • Disk Queue Length
  • Free Disk Space in GB
  • Free Disk Space ion MB
  • Used Disk Space in GB
  • Used Disk Space in MB

Stay ahead of the problem with threshold based alerts for each resource monitor

  • Specify thresholds and be notified when the processor time hits the limit, or when the disk space is being used up more than acceptable levels!
  • Configure an increasing or decreasing threshold like in the case of available free memory or available disk space..
  • Add more intelligence to threshold configuration by specifying the number of violations allowed before actually triggering an alert. Effect bulk threshold configuration too!
  • Avert false alerts by specifying a re-arm value to clear an alert!
  • Edit thresholds for all the server performance monitors
    Edit thresholds for all the server performance monitors from a single screen.
  • configure thresholds
    Editing the Available physical memory monitor, options to test the monitor, configure thresholds & other advanced performance management features.
  • threshold violated alarm, fault actions and event history
    A memory threshold violated alarm, fault actions and event history details.
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Troubleshoot and resolve resource faults quickly using diagnostic tools

  • Troubleshoot instantly using process diagnostics to check the process-wise resource utilization and terminate an offending process if required.
  • Quickly assess the performance by looking at the real-time utilization reports and decide on the course of action.
  • Take a quick look at the process monitors on a server to check the CPU and Memory used up by a process at one go.
  • Configure system log monitoring rules and be notified of system events (Windows Event logs or Syslogs) for any of these resource failures. For instance, a system event for a RAID failure.
  • real-time process monitoring
    Know how much CPU and memory each critical process occupies with real-time process monitoring.
  • terminate a process remotely
    A handy tool to know the top 10 processes occupying CPU or Memory, with options to terminate a process remotely.
  • Windows Event log rule
    Adding a new Windows Event log rule for RAID events in a server.
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Analyze CPU, Disk, Memory performance using the granular reports and act on the findings

  • Drill down the reports from the dial graphs to see the detailed performance statistics for the required time window.
  • Watch the 95th percentile reading on the reports and adjust the thresholds based on trend.
  • Quickly pull out the performance reports for last 30 days or last 7 days and assess the need for a resource upgrade or analyze the trend.
  • Assess the health of CPU, Memory, Disk utilization, and Process Count at the device level using the 'At-a-glance' report.
  • At any given time, see the CPU, Memory, and Disk performance problems on top N servers using the Server Health report.
  • report on memory utilization
    A graphical report on memory utilization and performance with 95th percentile, minimum, maximum and average performance stats.
  • Email or print
    Report on volumes with high disk utilization, options to edit the report setting, Export the reports to different formats (PDF, XLS), Email or print.
  • server traffic information
    A single report to know the performance of a particular server, includes server traffic information as well.
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