'atsar' detects performance bottlenecks on GNU/Linux systems. It is similar to 'sar' on other *NIX platforms. Atsar shows what is happening on the system at a given moment by supplying an interval as command-line argument; however, it also keeps track of the past system load by maintaining history files from which users can extract information. The package gathers statistics about CPU utilization, disks and disk partitions, memory and swap, tty's, TCP/IP (v4/v6), NFS, and FTP/HTTP traffic.
released on 24 June 2012
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