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Use PROCESS EXPLORER from Microsoft's Windows Sysinternals to give you total CPU time. Even without touching the keyboard, you should be able to see exactly what processes are consuming all your resources, as well as disk and network performance. Like almost all Sysinternals tools, you simply run, and don't install Process Explorer. Right click on the ...


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On unix system you can use inotify-tools, built on top of inotify kernel subsystem API. By inotifywait you can have live mode monitoring on standard output: inotifywait -m -r -e access -e modify -e create -e delete --format 'PATH:%w%f EVENTS:%,e' {{path_to_monitor}} Notes: -m: monitor indefinitely -r: recursive monitor -e: specify file system events to ...


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Since you have asked for alternative: The less utility could be an alternative for tail -F. It will have to be run as follows: less --follow-name filename.log and press Shift + F. This will give you same results as tail -F.


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A better alternative for you will be to use a specialized plugin instead. Zabbix, like many other modern monitoring applications allows users to implement custom plugins. In your case, the custom plugin you need will be a tool that was built specifically to check, monitor and alert on log files. An example of such a tool is autoresolve.kl.sh The ...


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Linux Mint 17.1. My dbus string looks like this: dbus-monitor --session "type='signal',path='/org/cinnamon/ScreenSaver'" or it may look like this dbus-monitor --session "type='signal',interface='org.cinnamon.ScreenSaver'"



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