[CentOS-virt] Profiling tools

Lucas Timm linuxhelper at gmail.com
Tue May 26 12:31:53 UTC 2009

You can use MRTG, Cacti, Nagios etc to analize your hardware usage. All
them use SNMP, and can be configured to acquire all informations you
need. So, them uses graphics to report the data you configured.

Lucas Timm.

Em Ter, 2009-05-26 às 02:04 -0400, lists at zfobjects.com escreveu:
> I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions for profiling tools (RAM, CPU,  
> disc IO) suitable for helping estimate the resource requirements of  
> physical machines destined for virtualisation?
> Preferably open source, and capable of running on Linux or Windows,  
> but anything at all really.
> I know that CentOS has a suite of "sysstat" utilities and /proc files  
> that can probably provide the answers, I am looking at scripting  
> something up with them if necessary.
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