Thanks to the innovative patterns developed in Sentinet3, is is possible to monitor at the same time hundreds of parameters for more complex servers with a simple click.

In this article we will show you what you can do on a IBM AIX machine.

“Sentinet3 IBM AIX Pattern” provides full access to the hardware and monitoring of the AIX operating system level.

With the Pattern FreeBSD, the IT administrator will be able to monitor individual processes running on the machine and identify for each the state, the memory used for its execution, and its consumption of CPU.

The IBM AIX Pattern is able to monitor system events by accessing log information, configuration file or the system events login. This data is monitored to be used to assist in the diagnosis of performance system problems, in applying security policies and carrying out impact analysis on any configuration changes in IBM AIX.

“Sentinet3 IBM AIX Pattern” checks are:

  • Reachability of the machine
  • Swap_memory memory swap usage
  • Physical_memory physical memory usage
  • Disk I/O stat control read / write per second, transfers per second, for each device
  • Home check free space on home directory
  • Root check free space on root directory
  • Var check free space on var directory
  • Usr check free space on usr directory
  • Cpu cpu percentage usage
  • Process control of running processes
  • User control of number of connected users

“Sentinet3 IBM AIX Pattern” has a sophisticated network interfaces control and, with a single query to the server, it is able to restore the following information for each interface:

  • Interface status up or down
  • IP address ip interface address
  • MAC mac interface address
  • Speed speed control (Mbit)
  • Packet Error number of packet error
  • Traffico traffic IN and OUT
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