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Recently I have installed bitcoind on my local machine, was running it in testnet for a while, and was interested how can I monitor it’s state (last block, if the node in sync with blockchain, what load on server it creates, etc.) besides making calls via bitcoin-cli manually but using some web UI instead. I found some open source tools to do that, for example this one – [**https://github.com/jlopp/statoshi**](https://github.com/jlopp/statoshi), which uses grafana to display data in graphs.
Do you know other ways to monitor state of the node in more graceful manner (without all cli commands)?
Thanks in advance!