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LPAR2RRD AIX & iSeries monitoring

AIX & iSeries free performance monitoring & capacity planning

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LPAR2RRD generates historical, future trends and nearly "real-time" CPU utilization graphs of LPAR's and shared CPU usage of IBM Power servers.
It supports all kinds of logical partitions (AIX / AS400 / Linux / VIOS).
It is agent less (It gets everything from the HMC / SDMC or IVM).
It collects complete physical and logical configuration of all servers/LPAR's.

Try live demo at http://www.lpar2rrd.com/live_demo.html

Read "Migration to POWER8" article to get prepared for migration to POWER8:
http://www.lpar2rrd.com/userfiles/file/Migration_to_POWER8.pdf

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Features

  • 4.50: New GUI, NMON support, POWER8 in CPU Workload Estimator
  • 4.00: OS agent extension and Memory Configuration Advisor
  • 3.60: OS agent for retrieving memory and paging utilization data
  • 3.50: CPU Configuration Advisor
  • 3.30: Active Memory Sharing support and enhanced CPU Workload Estimator
  • 3.20: Alerting, Custom Groups and Favourites have been implemented
  • 3.15: CPU Workload Estimator has been released
  • 3.14: Live Partition Mobility and generally lpar migration support
  • 3.10: top10 page, new "Physical and Logical cfg", aggregated graphs per CPU pools
  • 3.02: new trend grafs with future prediction of CPU load

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    Very goog job.

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, System Administrators, Developers, Architects

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

Unix Shell, Perl

Registered

2007-10-16
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