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Using snmp to get cpu,cps,memory
There are a number of ways to monitor the sbc, or obtain from sbc, the cpu, memory, and calls per second (cps). You can monitor cps (call per second), cpu, and memory on the command line (cli), using 'show platform cpu-load','show memory', 'show sipd invite'. Or push the relevant HDR (header detail record), or, from a linux box using python script and snmp. Read more.....
8.3 release
ECZ and SCZ releases are now merged into 1 release, and named SCZ.... On the appropriate hardware, 'setup product' command allows choice of 'Enterprise' or 'Service Provider'. Also, now with REST API .
Do not run packet-trace with other replication features
Runninng packet-trace with other replication features, such as LI, SRS, SIP Monitoring and Trace, and Call Recording can cause issues - these features may interfere with each other, corrupting each's results.
SCZ 8.3 Now has REST API
Here is monitoring example (KPIs)

Changing or setting root password on Ubuntu
You can do almost anything using sudo, so typically you do not need to set a root password. On Ubuntu, root pwd is locked or not set. Typing sudo all the time is a pain in the neck. So, if you want to set root pwd:
To become root user and issue passwd:
sudo -i
OR set a password for root this way: sudo passwd root To become root: su -
Read sipd logs for cpu and date
Read the log.sipd files for CPU and date and generate graph. chklog
python script to insert some stats to mysql db
Link to github for python script that reads sbc hdr files for data to insert to mySql database. There is some functions to graph some stats (i.e. cpu)

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