Not only human performance is monitored but also the system performance. The system consists of a couple of raspberry PI minicomputers, 2 x 433mhz rfxcom antenna’s and about 30 hue lamps connected to 2 hue bridge. The hue lamps, wireless switches and motion sensors are polled every minute for reachability. The system will alert me if something is failing and I can take action (but it honestly doesn’t happen very often). he info on this page reflects only part of the data that is being logged but will give you a pretty good impression.
|Device||CPU Temperature||CPU Usage||Memory usage||Data TX||Data RX||Last reboot|
|CPU Living||40 °c||1 %||11 %||5 mb||4 mb||2017-11-20 02:02:59|
|CPU Attic||NULL °c||NULL %||NULL %||NULL mb||NULL mb||2017-11-11 02:02:53|
|CPU Util||54 °c||94 %||17 %||8 mb||6 mb||2017-11-20 02:03:16|
|CPU Study||41 °c||98 %||82 %||47 mb||308 mb||2017-11-20 02:02:47|
|CPU Garage||32 °c||100 %||16 %||4 mb||3 mb||2017-11-20 02:51:20|
|CPU Doorb.||40 °c||69 %||85 %||67 mb||16 mb||2017-11-20 02:02:46|
|CPU Babyrm||36 °c||6 %||80 %||0 mb||0 mb||2017-11-20 02:02:49|
Raspberry CPU temperature is not only influenced by workload but the ambient temperature has a big influence I noticed.
All the lamps and switches are polled every minute for their reachability. Usually the score will be a 100%.
Sometimes when by accident a plug is pulled then the score will be lower. In that case an alert will be sent.