System Activity Report: a Unix/Linux command to display various system loads (Wikipedia).

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sar command to generate only CPU utilization and network statistics in Linux

I want to be able to generate the system activity report every 30 seconds or every minute and store in a file and use it for diagnostic purposes on my VM. So I give an output file for the sar command ...
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How to use Sar and kSar

How do I use sar to generate monitoring files on a remote server that I can then copy to my local and graph with the kSar tool? (My server can only be accessed via the cmd)
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How to Change sysstat/sar logging folder

I have just enabled sysstat on one of my servers (Ubuntu 12.04), I have noticed it is logging all to /var/log/sysstat/sa04 /var/log/sysstat/sa05 /var/log/sysstat/sar04 How can I change the sysstat ...
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What is the difference between sar -B verses sar -W

I am trying to understand why my system is running slowly. I found the sar command, but wanted to know the difference between sar -B and sar -W I read the man page, and I understand that -B gives me ...
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High mysql server load, sar output

I have a MySQL Server that should be performing better than it seems to be. We're running ubuntu on a Amazon Cluster Compute (cc1.4xlarge) Linux ip-10-0-1-60 3.2.0-25-virtual #40-Ubuntu SMP Wed May ...
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High CPU usage in RHEL machine

I have RHEL machine that runs postgres-9.1 database. In a particular time, sar output shows as follows: Refer link for snapshot: http://imgur.com/gKcOhOX,vNwTpwC#0 where as %user is high between ...
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Why are pgpgin/s and majflt/s inconsistent in sar -B?

In sar -B ouptut, I would naively expect pgpgin/s to equal majflt/s multiplied by the system page size. From man sar: pgpgin/s Total number of kilobytes the system paged in ...
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sar -b reports much too high statistics, are the I/O counted twice?

On a Linux server sar -b reports much too high read block statistics, sometimes 3.500.000 readb/s peak and around 2.500.000 readb/s sustain, which makes more that 1 gigabyte/s (according to the sar ...
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Nor able to parse the SAR output

We are using SuSE 10 OS and lately I wish to know the total network bandwidth used for a period of time lets say for 1 week. We have sar enabled and the sar data for a week is there. Now I know how ...