[Orca-users] How are you using Orca ?

Dmitry Berezin dberezin at surfside.rutgers.edu
Tue Jan 31 08:23:17 PST 2006

We run orcallator.se on our Solaris Servers with 5 min. (default) data
collection interval. We also run orca in a daemon mode on a Sun Fire V240
with a single configuration file for all data, including workload data. We
also have a script that copies all collected data (rsync over ssh) from all
of the servers to the central orca server every 5 minutes, so all of the
plots are current (within 10 minutes) all the time.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: orca-users-bounces+dberezin=acs.rutgers.edu at orcaware.com
> [mailto:orca-users-bounces+dberezin=acs.rutgers.edu at orcaware.com] On
> Behalf Of Paul Porcelli
> Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2006 6:02 AM
> To: orca-users at orcaware.com
> Subject: [Orca-users] How are you using Orca ?
> Hi folks,
> We have been using Orca and the Se Toolkit on our Solaris servers for a
> few months.
> We update the Orca plots first thing in the morning with 2 one off runs
> using the -o option.
> We have one config file for the standard plots and another config file
> for workload plots.
> I was wondering how others are using it.
> Are any of you running it with more recent updates e.g every 30 mins or
> so ?
> If so, are your running it on a dedicated server ?
> If not, how detrimental is the effect on server performance ?
> Would it be possible to have it running in an almost real time updating
> capacity ?
> Thanks a lot for any info/advice.
> Paul
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