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Performance monitoring?

 
boje
Regular Advisor

Performance monitoring?

Hi!

Is there any good tool besides Glance to monitoring performance with? Any ported software?

Br
Patrik
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Frank de Vries
Respected Contributor

Re: Performance monitoring?

There are many tools.

There is Mwa measureware from hp.

There is Ehealth from Concorde,
ensure you take the live performance monitering tool. This is payable.

There are open platforms like Nagios,
using snmp.



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Wim Rombauts
Honored Contributor

Re: Performance monitoring?

It also depends on what yyou are trying to measure.
- System load (CPI, I/O, ...) ? Then I think sar can do a lot, but you will have to interprete the numbers yourself.
- Response times ? Then I think you need a more application-specific tool.
boje
Regular Advisor

Re: Performance monitoring?

I am mostly locking for CPU, Memory and Disk usage.

Br
Patrik
AINMS
Respected Contributor

Re: Performance monitoring?

hi
if you have more than one server you can use hp openview application such as OVO (openview operation) whichis a fault management tool which give you notification about cpu ,memory and buffer or any process you need to monitor on the server

also OVPI with system resource report pack which enable you to get near real time and historical reportes about CPU,Memomrory and buffer and also processes needed to be monitored

HTH
AINMS
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Jeeshan
Honored Contributor

Re: Performance monitoring?

you can use third party software like applications manager, nagios, zabbix or zenoss.
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boje
Regular Advisor

Re: Performance monitoring?

Is there any third party open source application to monitor memory, cpu and disk in real time?

Br
Patrik
Jeeshan
Honored Contributor

Re: Performance monitoring?

nagios is a free open source software and zabbix or zenoss are also free. visit their web site.
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: Performance monitoring?

Shalom,

Yes, I helped write this one.

http://www.hpux.ws/?p=6

Its a mod of of scripts HP gave me to measure performance.

Also potentially helpful is the memory leak detector on the very same site.

http://www.hpux.ws/?p=8

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Jaime Bolanos Rojas.
Honored Contributor

Re: Performance monitoring?

Well OpenView can help but is very expensive to set up, glance is good to detect the problem, but not so good at finding the solution, if you what are concerned is with performance at the memory level, well there are several and so many commands that can help you, as well as some unsupported tools listed in this link:

ftp://eh:spear9@hprc.external.hp.com/memory.htm

Regards,

Jaime.
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rick jones
Honored Contributor

Re: Performance monitoring?

When you get to the point of asking "Why is consuming so much CPU?" you might consider:

http://www.hp.com/go/caliper

also, for deep thought and contemplation of what is going on in the system at levels beyond glance there is:

http://www.hp.com/go/ktracer

which will come along for the ride with Caliper.
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Re: Performance monitoring?

>rick: http://www.hp.com/go/caliper

You forgot to mention free for Integrity HP-UX. :-)