A remote manager for GNU/Linux servers
Cockpit is a server manager that makes it easy to administer your GNU/Linux servers via a web browser.
Cockpit makes it easy for any sysadmin to perform simple tasks, such as administering storage, inspecting journals and starting and stopping services.
Jumping between the terminal and the web tool is no problem. A service started via Cockpit can be stopped via the terminal. Likewise, if an error occurs in the terminal, it can be seen in the Cockpit journal interface.
You can monitor and administer several servers at the same time. Just add them with a single click and your machines will look after its buddies.
Cockpit and Docker
Cockpit also makes it easy to monitor and administer Docker containers running on Cockpit-managed servers such as Project Atomic hosts.
- Monitor resources consumed by containers
- Adjust resources available to containers
- Resource limits enforced by the CGroup subsystem in the Linux kernel
- Adjust CPU shares
- Assign memory limits
- More CGroup policy controls to come
- Stop, Start, Delete and Commit container instances
- Run and Delete container images
Starting and Using Cockpit
Cockpit is in beta/preview at this time, but you can still try it out and help test! A preview is included with the image. For more information, see the Cockpit project page.
- After starting your atomic host, you need to enable the
cockpitservice and socket:
$ sudo systemctl enable cockpit.socket
$ sudo systemctl start cockpit
- You can now use the
cockpitmanagement interface at