Every application and parameter PATROL discovers running on a monitored computer is represented as an icon on the PATROL Console. Application icons appear in the icon window of the computer they run on. Parameter icons appear in the icon window of the application or the computer they are associated with.
To access an application, double-click on the computer icon with the left mouse button. To access a parameter, double-click on an application with the left mouse button.
PATROL determines the application or parameter class and selects the appropriate icon from a library of icons. That icon is displayed for every instance of the application or parameter.
Following table contains information about each application in the PATROL for Linux. For information about parameter icons, refer to the documentation for your console.
PATROL for Linux Applications, Icons, and Descriptions
Represents the application that you can use to construct a new composite parameter that consists of one or more parameters in a logical relationship that evaluates to true or false You can use this application to set a warning or alarm condition based on the logical condition and not just on the parameter value.
Represents the application that displays instances of the composite parameters that you construct with the NUK_COMPOSITES application.
Represents the CPU application, which monitors CPU usage. This application also contains the SMP application on computers with multiple processors.
Represents the NUK_Disk_Container application, which is the container for NUK_Disk application class.
|NUK_Disk ||Represents the NUK_Disk application, which monitors and provides information about disks and disk usage.|
Represents the NUK_FileSystem_Container application, which is the container for NUK_FileSystem application class.
|NUK_FileSystem||Represents the NUK_FileSystem application, which monitors and provides information about filesystem resources.|
Represents the NUK_Kernel application, which monitors system kernel processes and provides kernel resource-usage information, including i-nodes, the file table, and the process table.
Represents the NUK_Memory application, which monitors memory activity, including paging, I/O caching, and swapping.
Represents the NUK_Network_Containerr application, which is the container for NUK_Network application class.
|NUK_Network||Represents the NUK_Network application, which monitors network activity.|
Represents the NUK_Process_Container application, which is the container for NUK_Process
Represents the application that holds NUK_Process instances You can use this application to specify which processes you want to monitor.
Represents the NUK_SMP application This application displays information for each processor on multiprocessor computers.
Represents the NUK_Storage application This application is a container for the DISK, NUK_FileSystem, and SWAP applications. It does not possess any parameters.
Represents the NUK_Swap application, which monitors and provides information about utilization of system swap files NUK_Swap parameters appear under NUK_Swap instance icons. The NUK_Swap application can return different results on different platforms.
Represents the NUK_Linux_OS application class This application is a container for all other UNIX operating system applications. It does not possess any parameters. It does provide menu commands to set debugging for various collectors and to exclude application instances from being monitored.
Represents the NUK_Users application, which monitors and provides information about user sessions and processes.
|NUK_LINUX_REMOTE_HOSTS||Represents the NUK_LINUX_REMOTE_HOSTS application, which monitors specified hosts.|
|Represents the NUK_LINUX_REMOTE_CONT application, which hosts the instances of all remote hosts.|