I received one suggestion from Rick Reineman <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
He pointed out that there is a program called sarcheck, which is
still under beta-testing. I received the pre-compiled software (in
a floppy disk) today. After a few trials on my previous sar reports,
it helps in identifying the performance bottleneck (with explanation,
of course). I really find it informative.
Further information can be found at http://www.sarcheck.com.
Thanks for your attention.
Here is the original question:
Currently, we are using sar to keep track of different SUN machines.
With sar -f and other switches on the output files, we can have a
(near) full-picture of the resources utilisation. However, it seems
that it is a little-bit tedious if I have to check them one by one.
My question is: is there any analysing tools for the sar reports?
It'd be nice if the tool can tell/guess what's the cause of the
problem (if any).
Thanks in advance.
p.s.: we are also using SymbEL for monitoring.
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