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Does anyone know a good book or site that goes into the details of exactly what you are looking for in terms of analysis? Most sites I see deal with one specific tool (Rational, Mercury, etc) when they should I think make the results broadly general. Most books I see are high on theory but low on practical details of how to actually apply the theory in real-world settings. What I would be looking for is just a general idea of how to interpret various types of graphs (regardless of tool). For example, if I'm looking at throughput and I'm comparing that to response time, what exactly am I looking for? What other types of things might I want to compare? I'm somewhat surprised this information is not available in a general format but maybe I'm just not looking in the right places.
Re: Performance Analysis
I swear by Raj Jain's book The Art of Computer systems Performance Analysis
-Suresh Nageswaran, CQA, CSTE
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