JuiceSSH Performance Plugin

JuiceSSH Performance Plugin


JuiceSSH plugin for visual monitoring of server performance.

It works by starting a background JuiceSSH session to the selected host and running various commands on a periodic basis to obtain the performance metrics required.

Currently this plugin has been tested on Ubuntu and RedHat Enterprise Linux only, however this plugin is open source and freely available on Github. If you'd like to add support for other operating systems please take a look at the github and feel free to submit a pull request:

https://github.com/sonelli/juicessh-performancemonitor

This JuiceSSH plugin requires JuiceSSH 1.5.0 or greater be installed

Recent changes:
1.0.5
- Can now be put to the background and resumed.
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About JuiceSSH Performance Plugin
JuiceSSH plugin for visual monitoring of server performance.

It works by starting a background JuiceSSH session to the selected host and running various commands on a periodic basis to obtain the performance metrics required.

Currently this plugin has been tested on Ubuntu and RedHat Enterprise Linux only, however this plugin is open source and freely available on Github. If you'd like to add support for other operating systems please take a look at the github and feel free to submit a pull request:

https://github.com/sonelli/juicessh-performancemonitor

This JuiceSSH plugin requires JuiceSSH 1.5.0 or greater be installed

Recent changes:
1.0.5
- Can now be put to the background and resumed.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
5 days ago
It's okay, but buggy Great when it works for basic system stats. However, it seems that if there exists anything out of the ordinary, this plugin can cause juice ssh to lock up quit badly. An example would be when using this plugin to monitor a Digital Ocean Ubuntu 14.04 MEAN template vm. The MOTD that is put into the deployed vm causes this plugin to lose its marbles. Remove the MOTD tail file and all works as expected.
A Google User
6 days ago
;-) Good Work!
A Google User
Aug 22, 2015
Awesome
A Google User
Aug 22, 2015
Excelente herramienta de monitoreo Una excelente herramienta para monitorear servidores linux
A Google User
Aug 21, 2015
nice plugin