Extraction and Loading of nmon64 logs

Posted on 2008-11-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-05

We need to ETL the nmon64 logs and load them to a database so that we can create reports on top of them. Has any of the experts done this ? If not then any ideas :-)

Also are there any free programs available that can help in the ETL of nmon64 logs

Question by:anshuma
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    do you  know the nmon analyser? -
    It can produce reports in spreadsheet format, which should be able to be loaded into a DB.
    To add it to an rrd DB, use rrdtool, which you probably know already. -

    PGraph is a tool for displaying nmon data (and other, like HMC, topas, xmwlm)  in graphical form  -


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