System Performance Monitor for Linux by hp
What is It?
Compaq Storage Performance Monitor for Linux (CSPM) has evolved into
System Performance Monitor 2 by hp. Spm2 now provides monitoring of cpu,
mem, storage, network, and irq utilization This monitor is being released
as open source to get community involvement. Please give feedback to email@example.com. Thanks...
Version 1.0 gets the data from /proc/partitions.
This is where the sar patch puts its data that I use. It was written by
Stephen Tweedie. Redhat 8.0 and Mandrake 8.2 already have this patch applied.
Kernel 2.4.20 has this patch already included. Qt 3.0 or later is also required.
QT 3.1 or later is recommended for full functionallity. This can be downloaded
To Do List
- Fix the segmentation fault when a new disk or filesystem
is added while spm2 is running
- Being able to monitor raw block devices
- Adding a performance mode to help benchmarkers and testers to
get timed and logged results that can later be printed or saved
NEWS ------- Version 1.1 has been released. Now supports linux kernel 2.6
This monitor was programmed with some code and
ideas from ksysguard.
HOWTO documentation is located at http://tldp.org/HOWTO/CSPM-HOWTO/
Our Sourceforge.net project summary page is located at http://sourceforge.net/projects/cspm/
The System Performance Monitor 2 by hp
code is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL),
version 2. This is the same license used by the Linux kernel.
2 different 8-ways
util on one system
and irq util on the other
info and partition info
stats on ProLiant 8000's,
with system preferences
Author: Don Dupuis