Clearly this will all be a good thing and even though the memory stats aren't perfect, you CAN look at memory and any other stats you want with the tool I build called collectl, which you can get at http://collectl.sourceforge.net/ Collectl allows to to gather just about any of the major system performance metrics and display then side-by-side or in more deal on multiple lines. There's even a format that allows you to put it in a format understandable by gnuplot. Here's a simple example of just looking at memory and disk #<-----------Memory----------><-----------Disks-----------> #free buff cach inac slab map KBRead Reads KBWrit Writes 55M 552M 2G 532M 0 0 0 0 0 0 55M 552M 2G 532M 0 0 0 0 220 6 55M 552M 2G 532M 0 0 0 0 0 0 but there are far too many combinations to even try. Check it out and see what you think. btw - I chose to leave off time in the output above to save screen real estate but you can easily add it in with a simple switch and if you want even more details, can include msec! Why is this important? Because collectl can run at sub-second intervals and if you care about network stats and don't monitor at an interval of 0.9765 you'll lose accuracy. If you don't think that's true, I have a page on the website that goes into the details. -mark
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