Can any body tell me how can see the CPU load vs time graph on linux server?
you can try the TOP command to monitor memory/processor stats.
check out the below link on usage instructions: http://www.unixtop.org/documentation.shtml
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Other than TOP, You can user "sar" command also to get the System Activity Report.
It will show the cpu information in terms of:
System Usage; and
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(and possibly mpstat on some SMP systems)
There is no graph. *nix freaks (like us) prefer everything in text. The utilities listed above will give you text output. You will have to build your own graphs. Sounds like fun, no? [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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My server's is at the other place and i use to conect by ssh. I performed the load testing i want the load during the period of the test, how can i create the report for this, please help
You just try this link, http://www.xaprb.com/blog/2006/06/08...d-on-gnulinux/
Question on these commands do rstat and or r exec have to be turned on on the system to bring back these stats?
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Thanks to you all for help.