First of all; here is some more information on the “server”: it is a shitty old computer made from about 3 or 4 other shitty old computers for the sole uses of:
running a minecraft server for my friends and I, and
helping me learn how to run a linux server for when I make a purpose built server in the future.
This is pretty much just a proof of concept for me as I want to eventually upgrade it to a purpose built machine for mass file storage/backup along with misc. server hosting and computational offloading. Since it’s just running minecraft ATM (and is woefully old/under powered) I have it running MineOS since I figured that would give it the best chance to actually work.
Cpu: Pentium B950
Right now I’m just using it to explore different possibilities and experiment etc. as I learn best from just doing things and seeing what works and what doesn’t.
Since I really don’t know what I’m doing; I was wondering if there was any self contained programs available that I could just run that would set all this up for me. If not; are there any good tutorials for how to set something like this up with sensord and rrdtool etc? I looked into it briefly but I’m not very new to all of this and only just set up my “server” about 2 days ago or so. Since MineOS has a remote webGUI-thing @ localhost:8443/admin/index.html; would that make things easier or harder? Could I get it to run on localhost:8443/performance_data or even just next to/in place of the current CPU tracker? Or do I need to do it on a separate port etc.? Also; side not about the cpu load averages graph: is this using 1.0 as 100% utilization of 1 core or of all cores? And does it show total usage or just usage by minecraft?