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I need to enable process and memory logging on my company server which is Redhat 6.0. I need to be able to examine the logs and see when memory usage spikes and which process is responsible, for example. Something very detailed. I am very new at this and I really appreciate any help. Thank you
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You need to install and configure accounting package psacct
after that you cat run
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utilies on periodicaly basis (via cron) to got reports, or setup reporting in logrotate configuration.
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