[Orca-users] status.pl by JDK [was Re: Orca License]

Shaw, Richard K [CIT, Groton] richard_k_shaw at groton.pfizer.com
Mon Sep 29 19:55:07 PDT 2003

>From what I hear from Sun, the SETool kit is going to be intergrated into
the OS and become (semi)supported.
This is what I heard from our sales SE - not sure if there is truth in it.


-----Original Message-----
From: kim.taylor at pnc.com [mailto:kim.taylor at pnc.com]
Sent: Monday, September 29, 2003 5:06 PM
To: matt.garrett at shell.com
Cc: orca-users at orcaware.com
Subject: [Orca-users] status.pl by JDK [was Re: Orca License]

On Mon, 29 Sep 2003 <matt.garrett at shell.com> wrote:

>I would add that we have also been using on more than just Sun systems.
>e.g AIX and Irix clients using the status.pl by JDK

Please tell me more about this "status.pl by JDK" reference.

Google landed me on something to do with the OpenNMS.org project -- is that

I need something soon for use in monitoring Linux system performance
(presumably Orca compatible.) I'm not entirely comfortable with
procallator.pl as it stands.

Also, with the SE Toolkit dying on the vine, it would seem the core (?)
Orca users monitoring Solaris will need a replacement for orcallator.se
come Solaris 10.  I think it's not  too soon to be concerned with landing a

The ideal long sought after on this list has been a OS-independent data
gatherer.  Again,  I don't see procallator.pl fitting the bill without
substantially more development and the pace seems wanting.

What are others thinking along these lines?


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