Host Resource Utilization Statistics
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In order to track the usage and performance of centrally maintained unix
hosts and other resources, SCCS collects data from hosts maintained by SCCS.
reports and charts for LSF batch usage, HPSS tape, AFS and NFS disk
usage are produced daily. At the end of each month, monthly and longterm
reports, charts, and graphs are also produced.
[For the "grungy" details, try the
full accounting reports directory]
Reports and charts showing cpu, i/o, and memory usage by group, user, and
command, for each cluster and for individual hosts within clusters
Plain text and graphic month-to-date, monthly reports showing
lsf batch cpu time and turnaround time by queue and by
Long term graph and flat data file showing cpu and wall clock time by
queue groups and Babar/non-BaBar since January, 2001, used for
Tier A reporting.
Plain text month-to-date and monthly reports showing
tape utilization by device, day, time of day, and user.
HPSS reports include daily, monthly, and trends.
Graphs in pdf format showing
disk utilization by group and throng from
January, 1995, through the end of last month.
The following graphs are no longer updated as of September 1, 2008. They show
cpu utilization by group and throng and by platform from September, 1993,
through August, 2008.
Plain text and graphic reports showing:
month-to-date and monthly average disk holdings
by group and by throng ,
weekly "snapshots" of disk holdings by physical location,
the last 30 days' i/o statistics for file servers
and backup status of AFS volumes
Plain text reports and PostScript® graphs showing disk allocation and
utilization by server, filesystem and plots of sysstat reports for each
Prior to adopting unix as its platform of choice, SCCS tracked usage and performance of its VM/CMS system. Data
for graphs showing historical utilization of VM/CMS at SLAC was updated
monthly by a VM/CMS service host, after which the graphs were produced in unix.
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Lois White - Page last modified: March 11, 2009