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There are several options: use a script which writes needed data on a regular basis to a logfile. You could use cron to write the output of ps (and other commands) every x minutes into a logfile. Better it would be to use a specialized program, which does this for you. atop is very good at this, at it takes care of logfile retention. atop is available ...


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iotop - it will help you identify process and then you can use lsof -c <process> to list all opened file descriptors opened by process. Or you can strace process to see all current low level syscalls. These utilities are not for monitoring, they are for real time investigation. You will need to implement proper monitoring, if you need to see also some ...


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This kind of graphical analysis is usually done with tools that are designed to do so. I use munin, but there are several other tools that do similar tasks. They gather the data into a data store from which graphs can be readily generated. However, there are tools that can extract the data into formats that can be graphed. I would use awk, perl, or python ...


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Glance can do metrics per file system. Given this Advisor syntax file: headersprinted=headersprinted if headersprinted != 1 then { print "DATE TIME FILESYSTEM FIR LIR LRBR LRR LWBR LWR PIR PRBR PRR PWBR PWR" headersprinted = 1 } filesystem loop { print GBL_STATDATE|12," ", GBL_STATTIME|9,...



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