RE: PMU-tools for Itanim in Debian Unstable
Peter, I guess it would help with what type of information you are looking for. Are you looking for basic cpu/mem/disk information? Personally I have collection of sar scripts, and take the output and make pretty rrdtool graphs with it.
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What performance management tools are people using at the moment? All
the ones I tried are currently broken:
pfmon is no longer in Debian unstable
oprofile doesn't work against the current Debian kernel -- it
looks for an oprofile filesystem, which can be enabled only
for non-IA64 systems.
q-tools also fails, as the version of perfmon it relies on is
older than that in the current kernel.
The commercial tool caliper from HP also needs an older kernel and
So what are people using?
Dr Peter Chubb peter DOT chubb AT nicta.com.au
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