Sar and Iostat Commands for Linux

Sar and Iostat commands for Linux. The sar command collects and reports
system activity information. The iostat command reports CPU statistics
and I/O statistics for TTY devices and disks. The information
collected by sar and iostat can be saved in a binary file for future
inspection. Both commands now support SMP machines when displaying CPU
utilization.

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Filename Size Changed
isag.desktop 0000000229 229 Bytes over 12 years
sysstat-8.0.4-pagesize.diff 0000000419 419 Bytes over 11 years
sysstat-8.0.4-sysconfdir.diff 0000001589 1.55 KB over 11 years
sysstat-8.1.6-sa1sa2lock.diff 0000001356 1.32 KB over 11 years
sysstat-9.0.4-no-build-date.patch 0000002752 2.69 KB over 10 years
sysstat-9.0.6.1.tar.bz2 0000243939 238 KB over 10 years
sysstat-do-not-strip.patch 0000000519 519 Bytes over 10 years
sysstat.changes 0000021400 20.9 KB about 9 years
sysstat.cron.suse 0000000395 395 Bytes about 9 years
sysstat.init.suse 0000001265 1.24 KB over 11 years
sysstat.spec 0000005352 5.23 KB about 9 years
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