Monitoring software for Raspberry Pi

Final Word

In this article, I looked at several monitoring applications that can help you keep an eye on your Raspberry Pi server. Of course, which application to choose depends entirely on your specific needs. If you are looking for a flexible solution that offers comprehensive stats and a mobile client, then PhpSysInfo should be at the top of your list. RPi-Monitor is perfect for monitoring data from sensors and other sources, and Raspcontrol and Raspberry Stats will appeal to users looking for a simple monitoring tool.

Der Autor

Dmitri Popov holds a degree in Russian language and computer linguistics. He has been writing exclusively about Linux and open source software for several years, and his articles have appeared in Danish, British, North American, German, and Russian magazines and websites.

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