weekly report for server setup

Benjamin Griese der.darude at gmail.com
Fri Nov 5 09:17:11 UTC 2010


you may ask that guy what kind of reporting he would like to thave. :)

Maybe you're already monitoring the machines on a regular basis, thats
some source you can collect and pack that into some pdf.
I think of memory, cpu, network bandwidth, hdd space (mostly
increasing) and so on.

good luck and bye.

On Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 09:59, Tapas Mishra <mightydreams at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have setup a cluster for some one.Which is basically a few Virtual
> Machines running and the applications running in them which are
> accessible on internet.
> The host os is Ubuntu and  Vms are some ubuntu/debian and some
> Fedora/Redhat based servers.
> He has asked me to send him a weekly report of this work.
> I am sys admin guy who understands ssh,telnet,ftp,tftp,TCP
> I am not able to understand what should I write in report.Because all
> the servers are perfectly running and applications are also running on
> top of them and I am done with this.So basically from my part I do not
> have any ssh or ftp to write in a report like this.Can some one give
> me a link if there is some sample report that I should send.I am not
> able to understand what do I need to Google for the same.
> Are there any tools for doing such stuff?
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