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readme.txt 2011-02-07 2.1 kB 11 weekly downloads
Welcome to PumpedUp! (P)erl (U)nified (M)onitoring and (PE)rformance (D)aemon (U)se (P)erilously Hello and welcome to PumpedUp version 1.4. PumpedUp is a group of programs written in Perl that are used to collect system performance data on a second by second basis and create web pages with graphics based on that data. It can graph them in Real Time and you can see them in your browser using Javascript like this: http://www.olmosconsulting.com/pumped/pumped (If you are running Internet Explorer and no data appears in the graphs, press F12, select the Cache drop down, then select "Always Refresh from Server".) It can create static graphs with down to the second resolution this: http://sourceforge.net/dbimage.php?id=234795 PumpedUp Features: * Open Source and runs on Linux, Solaris, Windows * Graphics with down to the second resolution * Shows individual CPU cores, Disk I/O, NICs, and Memory * Reports events to Nagios server in realtime * Keeps data in human readable text format, or outputs as CSV * Pumped process uses <1% CPU (~5% or so on Windows) * Text summary files for automated analysis * Create graphs for specific periods, or all day * Create graphs for one machine, or many machines * Creates basic web pages that give an Enterprise wide overview Who should use PumpedUp and why? This software is for anyone who cares about Linux, Solaris, or Windows performance and needs to monitor that performance on a recurring basis with higher resolution. What problem does PumpedUp solve? PumpedUp was written for Systems Administrators to monitor the performance of stock option trading servers during market hours. The graphs allow you to look at specific time periods in great detail, or the whole day at a glance. It can be used to contact a Nagios server if your cpus are maxed so you can get alarmed in real time. PumpedUp answers the questions: What was my performance like today? Where are my bottlenecks?
Source: readme.txt, updated 2011-02-07