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Old 07-10-2009, 07:36 PM   #1
kmasaryk
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sar web pages with graphs?


Anyone know of any tools that will take sar output and create web/html pages from it? Something like ksar but for the web? sar is great tool for collecting performance data but the output ain't so easy on the eyes. I guess I'm thinking of something along the lines of BMC Patrol.
 
  


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