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netdata - real-time performance monitoring
netdata [-c OPTIONS] [-D|-d] [-P FILENAME] [-i IP] [-p PORT] [-s PATH] [-t SECONDS] [-u USERNAME] netdata -h netdata -v|-V
netdata is distributed, real-time, performance and health monitoring for systems and applications. It provides insights of everything happening on the systems it runs using interactive web dashboards. It can run autonomously without any third party components or it can be integrated to existing monitoring tool chains (Prometheus, Graphite, OpenTSDB, Kafka, Grafana, etc).
The netdata daemon is usually started by an initscript or a systemd service, the following options are available: -c FILENAME Configuration file to load. Default: /etc/netdata/netdata.conf. -D Do not fork. Run in the foreground. Default: run in the background -d Fork. Run in the background. Default: run in the background -h Display this help message. -P FILENAME File to save a pid while running. Default: do not save pid to a file -i IP The IP address to listen to. Default: all IP addresses IPv4 and IPv6 -p PORT API/Web port to use. Default: 19999 -s PATH Prefix for /proc and /sys (for containers). Default: no prefix -t SECONDS The internal clock of netdata. Default: 1 -u USERNAME Run as user. Default: netdata -v, -V Print netdata version and exit. -W OPTIONS See Advanced options below. ADVANCED OPTIONS -W stacksize=N Set the stacksize (in bytes). -W debug_flags=N Set runtime tracing to debug.log. -W unittest Run internal unittests and exit. -W set SECTION OPTION VALUE set netdata.conf option from the command line. -W simple-pattern PATTERN STRING Check if string matches pattern and exit.
HUP Close and reopen log files. USR1 Save internal DB to disk. USR2 Reload health configuration.
/etc/netdata Configuration file. /usr/share/doc/netdata Upstream documentation.
More information about netdata can be found on the homepage at <https://my-netdata.io> and in the manual at <https://docs.netdata.cloud>.
netdata was written by Costa Tsaousis <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Federico Ceratto <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian project and may be used by others.