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What tool do you use to monitor your servers?

I am trying to find some type of software or results where I can monitor bandwidth traffic coming from each of my virtual hosts. I know alot of admin panels that have this features, but I am using commandline to manage the virtual hosts.

I have found a couple monitors called darkstat and vnstat, but not sure if this is exactly what I need or there is something else better out there.

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Doesn't amazon tell you how much bandwidth each EC2 instance has used? You need to provide MUCH more information about your setup to get a useful response. – MikeyB Aug 12 '11 at 18:11

I don't know if it's better but take a look at bwm-ng available in CentOS and Ubuntu repos (possibly others too).

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