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What is Sysdig ?

Sysdig is a simple tool for deep system visibility, with native support for containers. It is built sysdig to give you easy access to the actual behavior of your Linux systems and containers.Sysdig provides additional value by focusing on a few key principles:

  • offering native support for all Linux container technologies, including Docker, LXC, etc
  • offering unified, coherent, and granular visibility into the storage, processing, network, and memory subsystems
  • making it possible to create trace files for system activity, similarly to what you can do for networks with tools like tcpdump and * Wireshark, so that the problem can be analyzed at a later time, without losing important information
  • including rich system state in the trace files, so that the captured activity can be put into full context
  • offering a filtering language to dig into the information in a natural and interactive way
  • including a rich library of Lua scripts to solve common problems, which we call chisels (to carve up the data you unearthed... get it?).
  • offering an simple, intuitive, and fully customizable curses-based UI called csysdig.

Reference: Wikipedia

Why sysdig ?

  • It offers native support for all Linux container technologies, including Docker, LXC, etc
  • It offers unified, coherent, and granular visibility into the storage, processing, network, and memory subsystems
  • It makes it possible to create trace files for system activity, similarly to what you can do for networks with tools like tcpdump
  • It includes rich system state in the trace files, so that the captured activity can be put into full context
  • It offers a filtering language to dig into the information in a natural and interactive way
  • It includes a rich library of Lua scripts to solve common problems, which we call chisels (to carve up the data you unearthed... get it?).
  • It offers an simple, intuitive, and fully customizable curses-based UI called csysdig.

Contributing:

This is a rough outline of what a contributor's workflow looks like:

  • Create a topic branch from where you want to base your work (usually master).
  • Make commits of logical units.
  • Push your changes to a topic branch in your fork of the repository.
  • Make sure the tests pass, and add any new tests as appropriate.
  • Submit a pull request to the original repository.

Thanks for your contributions!

Check out Contributing section for more details.

License:

The content of this repo is released under the Apache License by The Remote Lab. You can find a copy of this license in LICENSE or at https://opensource.org/licenses/Apache-2.0.