what is the good tool to graphically analyze nmon performance data

Posted on 2009-07-13
Last Modified: 2013-11-17
what is the good tool to graphically analyze nmon performance data
i tryied excel based tool and its overly complicated with many macros and errors involved.
i am looking for regular WIndows GUI App
Question by:wasadmin770
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please try pGraph - it's really good!

Start from here:

Note that you'll have to 'unsort' nmon output - more info is here:

Have fun!




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please more specific on the unsort nmon output process. why its needed.
also link to unsort script is broken
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woolmilkporc earned 500 total points
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Don't worry!
The unsort script is only needed if you use to sort the nmon output for processing by  the "nmon analyzer" in parallel, which needs a sorted file.
pGraph can easily work with the raw output of nmon, which is produced when using one of the -f, -z ,-x or- X flags.
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great tool. thank you

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