[Orca-users] procallator question

Cynthia Kiser cnk at caltech.edu
Wed May 10 11:24:51 PDT 2006

Yes procallator is still being developed - and I am pretty sure now
has stuff to make it compatible with the changes to /proc made in the
linux 2.6 kernels. Install the latest subversion snapshot. Despite the
name, it's stable.

Blair, this comes up a lot and the answer is always, install the
snapshot. Should the web site really be telling folks that 0.27 is the
"latest stable"? As far as I can tell, the subversion snapshots are
pretty stable. The only issues I recall having seen on the list are
things that would be equally problematic in 0.27 and the subversion
version (e.g. Solaris systems with disks coming and going

Quoting Matthew Boeckman <matthewb at saepio.com>:
> Hi! This may be more appropriate for the orca-devel list, but I thought 
> I'd start here.
> Is procallator still being actively developed? I recently tried to use 
> it in some x86_64 (AMD64) boxes running 2.6.9-22 (RHEL) and it looks 
> like the disk reporting stuff in proc changed, again. I'm also not 
> seeing statistics on swap and mem usage getting recorded.
> I guess I'm curious if there is an updated procallator someone can point 
> me to (using the one provided in orca-0.27)? Anyone else running 
> procallator on 2.6?
> Thanks!
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