Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly. Here
are the release notes:
- Machines: Download RHEL images
- Metrics: Display CPU temperature
- Networking: Suggest netmask and gateway addresses
- Software Updates: Optionally reboot after updating
- cockpit/ws container: Support modern SSH keys
You can get Cockpit here:
The new releases are available in Fedora 35 and 36.
How can I use cockpit to sent me an alert when disk space goes low, CPU
load stays high, systemd status has a failure etc?
Is it possible to do this in combination with Performance Co-Pilot? I
use ansbile a lot and was hoping I could ansible to automatic add nodes
to monitoring use SSH for data collection.
I had asked this question yesterday on IRC and got the bellow reply:
"I think there may be better channels sharing info about alerting and
monitoring sysOps, but surely using an stack like grafana, prometheus,
telegraf... could help you. Or more easy, NMS engines like librenms,
zabbix... the variety options is endless"
"tuxcrafter: right, what GilObradors[m] said -- there is nothing running
when you are not logged into cockpit; it's not a permanent monitoring
Can I do permanent monitoring with cockpit? Can I set a few
alerts/notifications? If not can these features be added to cockpit and
what alternative would you recommend, I values an F/LOSS tool, nodes
easily added with ansible, preferable no daemon/agents, just SSH.
Jelle de Jong