The Services page at the status menu shows information on running or stopped services of your IPFire installation.
Shown are the names of the service, the status, the corresponding PID when running, and the amount of memory used.
The second part shows installed add-ons in a similar manner plus they can be started, stopped, restarted and set for starting at boot time.
By (un)checking a service in the column boot the service is set whether to start at boot time or not. By clicking on the green up arrow the respective add-on service will be started whereas by clicking on the red down arrow it will be stopped. Click on the circle arrow will restart the service.
The processes diagram shows the history of started services. Some services, like "Java" in this example, may use considerable amounts of resources so other processes might not be visible at all.
The process memory diagram shows the memory usage of those services in a similar manner.
Want to add an additional process to the Processes Graph and the Processes Memory Graph?
/etc/collectd.custom file and add the needed process(es).
# Use this file to add custom configs and rules for collectd <Plugin processes> # addons Process "apcupsd" Process "avahi-daemon" Process "monit" Process "netatalk" Process "pmacctd" </Plugin>
After updating the
/etc/collectd.custom file, enter:
Older Revisions • December 16 at 8:32 pm • Jon