Awhile ago I asked:
> I am attempting to put together a step by step procedure for system and network performance monitoring and analysis. I am looking for public domain programs or home grown scripts ( like interman, nfswatch, ...etc ) that automate the process since the ta
rget audience is novice to intermediate level unix administrators. Also, any technical material like white papers or books you would recommend ( like O'Reilly, ...etc ). Thanks in advance and I will provide a summary.
Sorry for the lateness, and this is not the summary I really would like to supply, but circumstances dictate that I end my quest for a step by step performance monitoring procedure. I would like to pass on what I have so far.
Most of the responses I got were of the 'me too' type, but some did offer sugestions, too numerous to take up bandwidth.
What I have so far are suggestions on tools/info to help automate the process. I am sure there are more out there, and I wish I had the time to find and use them.
Three catagories of tools/info. Public domain programs, Commercial apps/hardware, and white papers.
Public domain programs:
Unfortunately, that is all I have so far. Maybe one day I will have the time to do this right.
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