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Monitoring Memory with munin

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by hmasterson, Oct 16, 2009.

  1. hmasterson

    hmasterson Guest

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    We have a customer running a VPS with Plesk 9 and he's curious about monitoring memory with munin. This customer apparently has a couple other "Zen" VPS's with another company and he's using munin on them as well.

    He's trying to troubleshoot a memory issue and the problem is that with his Virtuozzo/Plesk VPS, munin is receiving information for just 4 out of the 13 available memory usage SNMP "mibs" (he can see details only for apps, unused, committed and mapped)
    See Image: http://heathermasterson.com/images/virtuozzo-memory.png

    With his Zen VPSs, munin is reporting information for all 13. (apps, page_tables, swap_cache, vmalloc_used, slab_cache, cache, buffers, unused, swap, committed, mapped, active, inactive).
    See Image: http://heathermasterson.com/images/xen-memory.png

    Is there some way to get Virtuozzo/Plesk to provide memory information with the level of detail that Zen provides?

    Thanks so much.
     
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    hmasterson Guest

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    I wanted to bring my question back to life as I had no responses before and still haven't found an answer. Can anyone shed any light on this topic?
     
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