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Group :: Monitoring
RPM: sysstat

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Current version: 12.7.1-alt3
Build date: 2 december 2022, 18:02 ( 1.0 weeks ago )
Size: 800.72 Kb

Home page:   http://sebastien.godard.pagesperso-orange.fr/

License: GPL-2.0-or-later
Summary: Performance monitoring tools for Linux
Description:

The sysstat package contains various utilities, common to many commercial
Unixes, to monitor system performance and usage activity:

- iostat reports CPU statistics and input/output statistics for block devices
 and partitions.
- mpstat reports individual or combined processor related statistics.
- pidstat reports statistics for Linux tasks (processes) : I/O, CPU, memory,
 etc.
- tapestat reports statistics for tape drives connected to the system.
- cifsiostat reports CIFS statistics.

Sysstat also contains tools you can schedule via cron or systemd to collect and
historize performance and activity data:

- sar collects, reports and saves system activity information (see below a list
 of metrics collected by sar).
- sadc is the system activity data collector, used as a backend for sar.
- sa1 collects and stores binary data in the system activity daily data file.
 It is a front end to sadc designed to be run from cron or systemd.
- sa2 writes a summarized daily activity report. It is a front end to sar
 designed to be run from cron or systemd.
- sadf displays data collected by sar in multiple formats (CSV, XML, JSON, etc.)
 and can be used for data exchange with other programs. This command can also
 be used to draw graphs for the various activities collected by sar using SVG
 (Scalable Vector Graphics) format.

Current maintainer: Vitaly Chikunov

List of contributors

List of rpms provided by this srpm:

  • sysstat
  • sysstat-debuginfo
  • sysstat-isag
ACL:
     
    design & coding: Vladimir Lettiev aka crux © 2004-2005, Andrew Avramenko aka liks © 2007-2008
    current maintainer: Michael Shigorin