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Monitoring server load / memory usage

kfiresmith

ADSM.ORG Member
#1
I'll soon be tripling the amount of clients and schedules on a Linux TSM server and would like to find the simplest way to get reports on overnight load averages etc to make sure I have room to grow each following day. I want to track the utilization of: network, i/o, memory, cpu, and load on 15 minute intervals.
Does anyone else do anything similar?
Anyone already make the scripts?

Thanks,
- Kodiak
 

kfiresmith

ADSM.ORG Member
#3
Thanks man. I'm looking at all the basic OS bundled CLI apps right now, I was just being lazy and looking for a script that would run things automatically for me.
It's RHEL4 and RHEL5, btw.
 
#5
I have room to grow each following day. I want to track the utilization of: network, i/o, memory, cpu, and load on 15 minute intervals.
Does anyone else do anything similar?
 

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