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Old 06-09-2008, 05:36 PM   #16
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yes, I did miss that. makes much more sense now.

btw - I intentionally avoided the the 'process monitoring interval' debate, but would I get any takers if I suggested monitoring needs to be done somewhere around every 1-10 seconds to be of any value? 9-) Let me also very quickly add I'm talking about monitoring as a diagnostic tool. In other words if you look at the CPU/network/disk/etc load every couple of minutes it doesn't really tell you anything since everything has been averaged out to mush.

that's why collectl's default interactive interval is 1 second and it's daemon value is 10 seconds. As a daemon it typically uses < 0.1% of the cpu!



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