Hello ,
 
You can use opcontrol command
 
#mkdir /var/websessions
 
#opcontrol --setup --separate=library --session-dir=/var/websessions --no-vmlinux
 
#opcontrol --start
 
After http sessions complete
 
#opcontrol --stop
 
View Report
 
opreport --session-dir=/var/websessions --long-filenames
 
 
Here in this example , oprofile dump files into the folder /var/websessions .
 
Thanks
Vishesh Kumar
http://www.linuxmantra.com/


 
On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 4:21 PM, Keyvan RahimiZadeh <rahimizadeh@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi, 

I am going to monitor system resources (CPU and Disk). In this way, I submitted HTTP requests to Apache2 as the web server. How I can find the actual utilization of such resources due to serving such requests during the monitoring time?

Sincerely yours,
Keyvan RahimiZadeh 


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