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1. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Our organization has a lot of IT systems ( OLTP, MIS, Exadata, EMV, noncore ... ) - running diferrent platforms ( AIX, Linux, Sun, Win Server, ...), each system has its own monitoring tool designed by its manufacturer. We also write some shell scripts to do it manually. But we... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: bobochacha29
I'm looking for the best tool to monitor the Linux system. I've found a lot of interesting tools searching the web but I didn't find one which can do all the requirments (like a one in all tool). I would prefer it to include a command line interface also.
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I want to install cacti (frontend to RRDTool) on my Debian 6 VPS.
My dummy questions please...
The requirements include RRDTool and net-snmp so is there a way to check these are properly installed?
Re the command
# apt-get install cacti
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Discussion started by: Juc1
Topas, nmon, vmon & top monitoring tool not working.
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Discussion started by: sumit30
i would like to know your opinion about the best monitor solution that can:
- monitor OS (could be ubuntu, AIX, HP-UX, redhat,...)
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Discussion started by: gfca
Anyone out there using any graphing tool for Solaris performance data taken either through SAR utility or iosatat, vmstat, nicstat etc. There are a couple on googling like statsview and rrdtool but not sure if anyone is really happy and satisfied with using any of the graphing tool.
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Discussion started by: baner_n
mk-build-deps - build a package satisfying a package's build-dependencies
mk-build-deps [options] control file | package name ...
Given a package name and/or control file, mk-build-deps will use equivs to generate a binary package which may be installed to satisfy all
the build dependencies of the given package.
If --build-dep and/or --build-indep are given, then the resulting binary package(s) will depend solely on the
Build-Depends/Build-Depends-Indep dependencies, respectively.
Install the generated packages and its build-dependencies.
When installing the generated package use the specified tool. (default: apt-get --no-install-recommends)
Remove the package file after installing it. Ignored if used without the --install switch.
-a foo, --arch foo
If the source package has architecture-specific build dependencies, produce a package for architecture foo, not for the system
architecture. (If the source package does not have architecture-specific build dependencies, the package produced is always for the
Generate a package which only depends on the source package's Build-Depends dependencies.
Generate a package which only depends on the source package's Build-Depends-Indep dependencies.
Show a summary of options.
Show version and copyright information.
Use the specified tool to gain root privileges before installing. Ignored if used without the --install switch.
mk-build-deps is copyright by Vincent Fourmond and was modified for the devscripts package by Adam D. Barratt <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You are free to redistribute this code under the terms of the GNU General Public License,
version 2 or later.
Debian Utilities 2013-12-23 MK-BUILD-DEPS(1)