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Whats the difference between Sun GUD vs Explorer
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GUD is designed to capture real-time data to help diagnose resource problems. Explorer is designed to capture configuration data and to capture a snapshot of the same realtime
data. GUD is more focused and explorer is more general.
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GUDS is a Bourne Shell script that simply runs Solaris performance programs to monitor CPU, memory, IO, network, locking, process, etc statistics.
 
Explorer is a point in time, digital snapshot of the system/domain.
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