Re: filesystem cache metrics in OEM 10g
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2008 10:48:05 -0700
In that case, go with sar. Use a cron job to report off sar at the end of the day. On Linux, you will find that the "-r" flag reports memory, the "-f" flag can be used to specify the file to report from, the "-h" or "-H" flags to format the output as required.
> that Jared is going to smack me with. Arggg! Okay, here goes: Linux
> RHEL 4.x, monitored by OEM 10.2.0.3 (agent, OMS, and Repo all same rev).
> Repo and OMS both on Linux RH 4.x.
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