Binary package “collectd” in ubuntu hardy

statistics collection and monitoring daemon

 collectd is a small daemon which collects system information periodically and
 provides mechanisms to monitor and store the values in a variety of ways. It
 is written in C for performance. Since the daemon doesn't need to startup
 every time it wants to update the values it's very fast and easy on the
 system. Also, the statistics are very fine grained since the files are updated
 every 10 seconds.
 This package contains the main program file and the following plugins (some
 of those plugins require additional libraries - for more details see
   * Apache and lighttpd statistics provided by mod_status: apache
   * APC UPS's charge, load, input/output/battery voltage, etc.: apcups
   * battery status: battery
   * CPU utilization: cpu
   * CPU frequency: cpufreq
   * output to comma separated values (CSV) files: csv
   * disk space usage: df
   * disk and partition throughput: disk
   * DNS traffic information: dns
   * E-Mail statistics (count, traffic, spam scores and checks): email
   * amount of available entropy: entropy
   * execution of external programs: exec
   * harddisk temperature: hddtemp
   * network traffic: interface
   * iptables statistics: iptables
   * IPVS connection statistics: ipvs
   * IRQ counters: irq
   * CPU, dist, network statistics of guest systems: libvirt
   * system load averages: load
   * logging to files, STDOUT and STDERR: logfile
   * motherboard monitor: mbmon
   * statistics of the memcached distributed caching system: memcached
   * memory usage: memory
   * multimeter statistics: multimeter
   * MySQL statistics provided by MySQL's "show status" command: mysql
   * detailed Linux network interface and routing statistics: netlink
   * IO via the network: network
   * NFS utilization: nfs
   * Nginx (a HTTP and E-Mail server/proxy) statistics: nginx
   * NTP daemon's local clock drift, offset to peers, etc.: ntpd
   * UPS information: nut
   * number of processes: processes
   * output to RRD files: rrdtool
   * embedded Perl interpreter: perl
   * network latency statistics: ping
   * lm_sensors information (e.g. CPU temperature, fan speeds): sensors
   * serial port traffic: serial
   * values from SNMP enabled network devices: snmp
   * swap usage: swap
   * logging to syslog: syslog
   * number of TCP connections to specific ports: tcpconns
   * external runtime interface: unixsock
   * number of users logged into the system: users
   * set the hostname to an unique identifier: uuid
   * system resources used by Linux-VServers: vserver
   * wireless network stats: wireless