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

Redondo Escobar, Alejandro aredondo at indra.es
Thu Apr 25 22:43:54 PDT 2002

Thanks to averybody who answer my question!!
The best I got, came from Alexander Komlik, who tells me about the existenc=
e of procallator.
The site: http://www.lug.udel.edu/orca/
The description: a perl script written by Guilherme Chehab to collect stats=
 similar to the orcallator.se written for sun.

That's exactly what I was looking for!!!
Thanks to all!!!!!!!!!!

>  -----Mensaje original-----
> De: 	Redondo Escobar, Alejandro=20=20
> Enviado el:	jueves, 25 de abril de 2002 14:32
> Para:	'orca-users at yahoogroups.com'
> Asunto:	Is there exists anything like orcallator.se for Linux environment=
> 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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