#1 Don't see graphs

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nobody
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2008-04-02
2008-04-02
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Hello Alex,

thank you for your ksar. I like it much.
However,
I installed and tested it with
LC_ALL=C sar -A data
and get no graphs at all.

Here a snip of the data file created for Mar 31st 2008:

Linux 2.4.21-325-smp (vpststa032) 03/31/08

00:00:01 proc/s
00:00:11 1.00
00:00:21 1.10
00:00:31 1.00
00:00:41 1.20
---- snip
23:59:21 1.40
23:59:31 0.40
23:59:41 0.50
23:59:51 1.00
Average: 1.25
---- snip
23:59:11 dev8-0 6.10 36.60
23:59:21 dev8-0 99.60 5900.20
23:59:31 dev8-0 66.30 2730.40
23:59:41 dev8-0 58.40 3822.40
23:59:51 dev8-0 76.20 4283.20
Average: dev8-0 24.39 413.95

My sar reports every 10 seconds.

I attached a screen shoot of ksar
after it loaded the sar file.
It properly detects CPU and Interfaces.
However,
I receive this messages:

kSar info:

OS Type: Linux (automatically detected)
Kernel Release: 2.4.21-325-smp
Hostname: vpststa032
Start of SAR: 03/31/08
End of SAR: 03/31/08

Time range information:
First data point: Mon Mar 31 00:00:01 CEST 2008
Last data point: Mon Mar 31 00:00:01 CEST 2008

Graph range:
First data point: Mon Mar 31 00:00:01 CEST 2008
Last data point: Mon Mar 31 00:00:01 CEST 2008

What I wonder about is the time/graph range.
The first and last data points
don't match up with those in the file.

Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks
Christoph

Discussion

  • Christoph Meißner

     
  • Alexandre Cherif

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    Re,

    if you haven't see any java exceptions on the command line, may be this is due to the memory size of java. You have plenty of datapoint, try to launch kSar with more memory..

    java -Xmx:<mem size> kSar-x.x.x.jar

    may be 256, try to run it at 512m or 1g

    Regards

     

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