[nycbug-talk] Advanced UNIX Basics Management
isaac at diversaform.com
Mon Sep 28 15:48:04 EDT 2009
On Sep 23, 2009, at 1:44 PM, Marco Scoffier wrote:
> Isaac Levy wrote:
>> I am explicitly *not* looking for good 3rd party tools, (pstree,
>> for example)- I am looking to cover the basics of what's just
>> expected to be there on our typical stock UNIX systems- (FreeBSD
>> and OpenBSD, and CentOS Linux here, to be precise).
> Hey Ike,
> I think you've pretty much covered the basics. I wonder if you want
> to add a section at the end for getting info on remote machines ? At
> least in the environment where I work, multiple people with multiple
> nodes, often the problem is finding which node is available for
> running a job.
> You can ssh <machine> ; top ( then repeat until you find a free
> machine )
> You can ssh <machine> 'ps' etc. and put all this in a hacky script.
> Or despite your disclaimer ...
> ganglia daemon + server is becoming pretty common for monitoring
> resources on multiple machines
Good thought- but not sure if I want to add this, everyone does a lot
of ssh rpc here already.
It's the more classic cross-platform UNIX stuff we're trying to focus
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