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Linux Resource utilization
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Dear friends,
      How do I find out Linux Resource utilization to detect system bottlenecks?
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#2
Hi.

Maybe you can use the most common tools in GNU/Linux as "top" or other common tools for check hard drive usage.

Bye.
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(01-17-2011, 09:20 AM)madona link Wrote: Dear friends,
       How do I find out Linux Resource utilization to detect system bottlenecks?

vmstat command reports information about memory, paging, block IO, traps, processes, and CPU activity. The advantage of vmstat command output is that the point is easy to read as well as understand. The output uses help identify system bottlenecks. Vmstat does not count itself as a running process though. Hope this helps!
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Thanks black7floyd
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nmon tool is designed for AIX and Linux performance specialists to use for monitoring and analyzing performance data,.

[url]http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/aix/library/au-analyze_aix/[/url]

 Hope this helps!........
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Hello,

vmstat command reports information about processes, memory, paging, block IO, traps, and cpu activity. However, a real advantage of vmstat command output – is to the point and (concise) easy to read/understand. The output of vmstat command use to help identify system bottlenecks. Please note that Linux vmstat does not count itself as a running process.

For more detailed information please visit TekSlate.com

Thanks.
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