What is your favourite system performance tool? - SGI

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  1. What is your favourite system performance tool?

    Just wondering which was the simplest, easy to install monitoring tool
    around. SNMP, MOM, Nagios, Red Point, HP Openview, BMC Patrol,
    BigBrother, BigSister, MRTG, BMC, EHealth, NetIQ?

    Have you tried Sysload? www.nrgglobal.com It is said to be one of
    the most useful with minimal clutter. Has anyone tried the demo?

  2. Re: What is your favourite system performance tool?

    sysloadz@yahoo.com (Grace) wrote in message news:...
    > Just wondering which was the simplest, easy to install monitoring tool
    > around. SNMP, MOM, Nagios, Red Point, HP Openview, BMC Patrol,
    > BigBrother, BigSister, MRTG, BMC, EHealth, NetIQ?


    ....Adrem NetCrunch

    D.

  3. Re: What is your favourite system performance tool?

    On 2004-02-13, Grace wrote:
    > Just wondering which was the simplest, easy to install monitoring tool
    > around. SNMP, MOM, Nagios, Red Point, HP Openview, BMC Patrol,
    > BigBrother, BigSister, MRTG, BMC, EHealth, NetIQ?
    >
    > Have you tried Sysload? www.nrgglobal.com It is said to be one of
    > the most useful with minimal clutter. Has anyone tried the demo?


    What do you want to monitor, what output do you need and in which
    conditions?

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