Collectl: An Advanced All-in-One Performance Monitoring Tool for Linux

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Oltjano Terpollari

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2 Responses

  1. Masoom Rahi says:

    Yum install collectl ..is not taking in centos 6.7 after installing perl and also no on centos 7

    • Matthew says:

      @masoom: Install the epel-release package (“Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux)..
      yum install epel-release

      .. and then you can yum install collectl and drool over all of your data points! :)


      Check it:

      [root@localhost m]# yum info collectl
      Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks
      Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
      * base: mirror.atlantic.net
      * epel: mirror.us.leaseweb.net
      * extras: mirror.atlantic.net
      * updates: mirror.atlantic.net
      Installed Packages
      Name : collectl
      Arch : noarch
      Version : 4.0.4
      Release : 1.el7
      Size : 1.6 M
      Repo : installed
      From repo : epel <————-see?—————–
      Summary : A utility to collect various Linux performance data
      URL : http://collectl.sourceforge.net
      License : GPLv2+ or Artistic
      Description : A utility to collect Linux performance data

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