New answers tagged performance-monitoring
If you want to see each file as it is being opened, you can filter that with strace. For example: strace -p _pid_of_app_ -e trace=open,close
I would like to suggest another free tool called SeaLion. It is a cloud based monitoring tool this that execute some of well know system profiling commands like top, uptime, iostat, vmstat, netstat etc and present in a very beautiful timeline format. The most important point to be noted here is that the installation process is breeze. It set up in no time ...
Looking at top output is completely wrong. It's about the IOPS. To get a view on the NFS statistics, use nfsstat: Server rpc stats: calls badcalls badauth badclnt xdrcall 40833255 0 0 0 0 Server nfs v3: null getattr setattr lookup access readlink 0 0% 1411374 3% ...
New Relic says themselves that they use the .Net profiling API. https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/dotnet/new-relic-net-installation#trouble The .NET agent instruments application and system code using BCI (byte code injection). This is done by registering the New Relic agent with the CLR (Common Language Runtime) as a "profiler." The CLR calls out to ...
Maybe sysstat combined with kSar for graphs?
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