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Solaris 10 performance monitoring tools

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Hi There

I would like know all well known Thirdparty and Sol10 Inbuild performance tools  to test cpu, memory usage, Application performance,Database performance  etc

Example :
prstat
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Guds

Please provide known & used applications

Thanks for your input

Javeed
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For for performance tools, you can't go past Brendan Gregg's dtrace utilities.

http://www.brendangregg.com/dtrace.html
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Does the explorer collects dtrace output ?
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Does dtrace has it own explorer ?

Please provide me some good tutorial on how to use dtrace , troubleshoot dtrace , configure dtrace

Plus i want to see third party performance /monitoring tools.

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Javeed Abdul
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