[Orca-users] Re: Is there exists anything like orcallator.se for Linux environments??

apkom apkom at noir.crocodile.org
Thu Apr 25 11:24:46 PDT 2002

In case you don't find original version
you can download this from
http://groups.y= ahoo.com/group/orca-users/files/
I put procallator-apkom.tgz archive there with my mods
after I first started using it.
My config creates two groups for Solaris and Linux boxes:
stats are gathered at separate directories for these two.

--- In orca-users at y..., "Redondo Escobar, Alejandro" <aredondo= @i...>
> Hi all orca-users!
> I have running orca and orcallator on all solaris hosts without
problem, now my manager wants something like orca to get performance
plots on linux servers and workstations...
> I have tryed to compile orca in one linux workstation... everything fine, no problems... but then I asked myself... and now, how will I
collect the data!?!?!? :-)
> Please any good idea???
> Thanks!
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