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Customizing db_STRESS
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One of our colleagues, Dimitri, at the Paris Sun solution center has developed a real neat and useful tool called dim_STAT. To make it short it's a tool for both high-level and detailed, monitoring and performance analysis of Solaris and Linux systems.

Data is collected and saved in a MySQL database, and it provides a very functional web base user interface. It allows real time or off line monitoring, multi-host etc.

Actually what is really interesting with dim_STAT is that, when I'm benchmarking or tryinng to find a performance bottleneck, I can collect all the data I need and come back later for …

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Customizing db_STRESS
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One of our colleagues, Dimitri, at the Paris Sun solution center has developed a real neat and useful tool called dim_STAT. To make it short it's a tool for both high-level and detailed, monitoring and performance analysis of Solaris and Linux systems.

Data is collected and saved in a MySQL database, and it provides a very functional web base user interface. It allows real time or off line monitoring, multi-host etc.

Actually what is really interesting with dim_STAT is that, when I'm benchmarking or tryinng to find a performance bottleneck, I can collect all the data I need and come back later for …

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Test stressing OpenSolaris with MySQL
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Over the last months I have seen some impressive presentations about Open Solaris, and I wanted to give it a try.

The live CD provided with opensolaris 2008.05 is very easy to install, and so I set it up in a virtual machine.

The environment looks familiar for a seasoned Linux user, and thus I decided to use it as a test bed for my …

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