What is a single-board computer monitoring program?
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What is a single-board computer monitoring program?

Posted Date: 2024-02-03

What is a single-board computer monitoring program?

The monitoring program of the single-board computer refers to the program installed on the single-chip computer and is used to monitor and control the work of the single-chip computer. Monitoring procedures generally include the following parts:

Initialization program: used to set the initial state of the microcontroller, including initializing registers, setting interrupt vectors, starting clocks, etc.

Main loop program: The main program of the monitoring program is continuously executed in a loop, including operations such as reading input, processing data, and controlling output.

Interrupt service routine: used to handle interrupt requests such as external events or timer overflows, and execute corresponding processing programs according to the interrupt type.

Delay program: used to generate a delay to wait for external events or to reach a certain time interval.

Communication program: used for data exchange and communication with other devices or computers.

The monitoring program needs to be written and debugged according to specific application requirements to ensure that the microcontroller can work as expected.

How to set up the monitoring program of single board computer

Setting up a single-board computer monitoring program can involve many aspects, and the specific methods may vary depending on the single-board computer model and operating system. Generally, the following steps can help you set up a monitoring program:

1. Determine your needs: First, identify your needs for a monitoring program. Determine what you want to monitor, such as system performance, network status, device status, etc.

2. Select monitoring tools: Choose appropriate monitoring tools based on your needs. There may be specialized monitoring tools available for specific operating systems. Commonly used monitoring tools include Zabbix, Nagios, Prometheus, etc.

3. Install the monitoring tool: Install the selected tool according to the monitoring tool's instructions or documentation. This may involve downloading installation packages, configuration files and necessary dependencies.

4. Configure monitoring items: Configure monitoring items according to requirements. For example, if you want to monitor CPU utilization and memory usage, you need to set the corresponding monitoring items in the monitoring program.

5. Set monitoring thresholds: In order to remind you of abnormal conditions, you can set thresholds for monitoring items. If the value of a monitoring item exceeds a preset threshold, the monitoring program can alert or notify you.

6. Data collection and monitoring: The monitoring program will regularly collect and monitor configured monitoring items. You can view the monitored data through the interface or interface provided by the monitoring tool.

7. Customized monitoring reports: Based on your needs, you can also customize monitoring reports. For example, set up reports for a specific time period, customize report layouts, etc.

The specific setup steps may vary depending on different single board computers and operating systems.

Review Editor: Huang Fei


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