NSClient++ Help (#1) - How to check the memory usage of an individual process? (#934) - Message List
I'm currently using CheckCounter to check the memory usage of some processes, like this:
It works, but only if I restart NSClient after starting the Java process. And even then I'm sometimes not getting data for reasons I haven't been able to figure out.
What's the best way for checking the memory usage of individual processes?
There is an option to make i reload which I do not recall off the top of my head...
So you can specify that option to get around the "started after x" issues... Check the docs and/or change log for it...
I dont have access to the source at work so cant check until I get home...
Michael Medinmickem03/21/12 10:26:22 (14 months ago)
Can't find anything like that, guess I'll wait until you're home :)
My problem is: The processes are started/stopped arbitrarily, I cannot reasonably invoke any command (be it a full NSClient restart or something else) when that happens.fhd03/21/12 12:08:49 (14 months ago)