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Monitor multiple Hosts with one instance.
Monitor multiple network namespaces at the same time using one master and multiple slaves.
Monitor multiple User-selected services at the same time using one master and multiple slaves.
Support for sFlow version 1.0.
Using perf_events a kernel-based perf_counter is used to count the number of events that are generated.
CPU utilization is displayed as a percentage and a number between 0% and 100%.
./hostsFlowhost10name host10name service_name
Here ‘host10name’ is the name of your hosts(may not be the physical host of it),’service_name’ is the name of the service you want to monitor, and it could be any of the following.
* Perf_event support for the kernel.
* Added a new Linux Executable for host, it can be used to check performance data in windows.
* Started to use /proc/net/pkt_sctp to count ACK packets.
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* Updated the Linux Executable file to Linux Kernel 4.4
* Fixed the monitor for netns1,netns2
* Added a new parameter Netmask if you want to monitor netns by IP address. For example:
./hostsFlowhost10name host10name -p service_name -Netmask
* Fixed a bug if the host name is more than 4 characters.
* Removed the dependency to the package ‘libtirpc’
* Removed the dependency to the package ‘libblktrace’
* Changed the default action of the host every 10 seconds, to avoid losing data due to a reboot
* Added a new service ‘hostname’
* Added a new parameter ‘

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* Written in Python and uses a small number of dependencies for dependancy management and output formatting * Uses a Master Agent for monitoring, via an SSH connection, several Host Agents in multiple environments * Supports both physical and virtual servers * Supports both Linux and Windows Systems * Supports IPv4 and IPv6 as network addresses * Supports both raw numbers and network sizes for downloading monitored metrics * Supports both metrics provided by the ‘bmon’ and ‘bstatd’ utilities * Supports monitoring of multiple hosts at the same time * Documentation is freely available from *
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Host SFlow

• Written in pure Python
• Very configurable and easy to use
• Supports: Windows 2000/XP/2003/2008/2011 Server.
• The Agent can be installed and run without Administrator access
• Does not require the SFlow client
• Includes a comprehensive set of C++, Python and C# API’s.
• No need to compile or install third-party libraries.
• Extends Python’s WSGI standard to wrap the underlying C++ implementations for hosting on Apache, Nginx and Lighttpd.
• Very small size and memory footprint
• Simple multi-processing model without the need for an asynchronous client like WMI or Perl with sFlow::NetPerl.
• Can be used for any computer security audit as an event capture tool.
• Can capture the webserver and the client OS
• Provides a very quick and easy way for system administrators and security experts to understand network activity on their servers and will fill-in “gaps” in network activity.
• Automatically detect and convert bad IPs to their correct and correct IP addresses and their correct IP ranges.
• Send the metrics to a SQL database like MySQL.
• Supports up to 31 metrics per node.
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hostsFlow is a small, Command Line Agent for monitoring Linux hosts with the SNMP Protocol.
It was initially designed for use with the LM / SNMPDB/SNMPITROL Virtualisation Database Management System, however any linux host can easily be added to the DB through the web GUI.
On demand monitoring and stat collection of host CPU utilization, memory utilization, network traffic, local disk performance and more, can be scheduled to ensure that critical measurements are made at appropriate times.
hostsFlow support 2.1 and later SNMPv3 standards.
It supports network and server interfaces for read and write, ranging from sysstat 1.2 to ntop 1.71, with more SNMP versions to be supported soon.
To install hostsFlow, you will need to execute the following command on your linux machine, which by default will be available in /usr/bin:
$ /usr/bin/hostsFlow
$ hostsFlow -h
hostsFlow is an SNMP/IP agent for Linux.
You can monitor your system’s interfaces with other SNMP Agents using YADAMASA, however the tool that is more suited to us is hostsFlow which will export the information in a standard SNMP Message (via the sFlow protocol).
There are 2 ways to install hostsFlow; either manually (by downloading the source code) or using the RPM files included in the source package.
In this example, I will be showing how to install hostsFlow using the RPM files, but it should be fairly straightforward to follow these steps on your linux box.
Step 1:
Install and build the binaries:
$ sudo yum install packages/hostsFlow
$ sudo yum install packages/hostsFlow-common
$ sudo yum builddep hostsFlow-common
Step 2:
Add the HostsFlow repository:
$ sudo rpm -i –nosignature –nodigest -ue hostsFlow-1.4.0.i686.rpm
$ sudo rpm -i –nosignature –nodigest -ue hostsFlow-1.6.0.i686.rpm
Step 3:
Add the HostsFlow key to your system:
$ sudo rpm -i –nosignature –nodigest -ue hostsFlow-1.6.0.i686.rpm
$ sudo rpm -i –nosignature –nodig

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Windows 7/8
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Nvidia Geforce GTX 560 or Radeon HD 6850
DirectX 9.0
1024×768 screen
HD video: 1280×720 or 1920×1080
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HD video: 1280×720 or 1920