Hey folks, I wrote a nifty little tool to visualize disk I/O from NMON data, as a result it creates a graph like the one shown in the attachment.
I wrote about it here:
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3 replies Latest Post - 2012-12-29T20:07:19Z by nagger
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Updated on 2012-12-29T20:07:19Z at 2012-12-29T20:07:19Z by nagger
Re: Visualizing disk I/O from NMON data.2012-12-05T03:50:38Z in response to esvafter suffering with SourceForge's and DeveloperWorks' wiki systems, I decided to move the project to Google's hosting page, here is the link to the project and some documentation.
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Re: Visualizing disk I/O from NMON data.2012-12-29T20:07:19Z in response to esvHi,
I am not clear on a few things.
1) What sort of machine does the tool run on?
2) I like the heat graph but what are the two axis ? |Time left to right and disks top to bottom?
3) Does the tool generate image files or do you view the data inside the tool?