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The following packages you requested were not found:
When I search "sysstat-isag" in RH web page I find the package is available in my channel.
Anyway, I download the package and try to install manually:
# rpm -Uvh sysstat-isag-5.0.5-14.21as.i386.rpm
error: Error de dependencias:
sysstat = 5.0.5-14.21as se necesita para sysstat-isag-5.0.5-14.21as.i386
What's the matter ??? sysstat-isag depends on sysstat-isag ????
It seems the version of sysstat and systat-isag must match. You either need to find a later version of sysstat-isage or find the earlier sysstat version then remove the one you have and install it.
However, on rereading your version and doing some Google research it appears the one you downloaded is for RHEL 2.1 and NOT for RHEL 4 so I'd suggest against doing this. RHEL 2.1 had a 2.4 kernel and RHEL 4 has a 2.6 kernel so they are very different. You'd end up with quite a mess.
I can't really find much information for ISAG after 2004 when RedHat noted there was a bug in sysstat and sysstat-isag (for RHEL 2.1). It makes me think ISAG has been deprecated.
You might want to look into something like GNUplot for graphing.