Mintr is a simple unix monitoring tool. It intentially avoids authentication, and thus does not monitor or display any private information, nor does it allow any actions to be taken from the web interface.
It, quite simply, shows a few graphs that should help indicate the current status of your server, as well as the status over the past hour.
Currently it shows
- Memory usage
- CPU Usage
- Network activity
- Process memory usage & CPU usage
You can see a demo at http://mintr.kevinbedi.com
Installation & Usage
npm install -g mintr mintr
If you do not have nodejs/npm, you'll need to install that first. See https://nodejs.org/ for instructions on this.
mintr takes an optional parameter which is the port it runs on, so you can run
mintr 1337 if you want to run it on port
1337. The default port is
You can run
mintr in a screen/tmux, add it to your system's startup, or anything else you please.
Then go to
http://your-server.com:3000, or replace
3000 with the correct port.