[plug] NetBSD's systat on Linux?

msp pinvest at westnet.com.au
Tue May 3 18:41:50 WST 2005

Google says:

On or around June 24, 2003 09:09 PM Steve Friedl wrote this: #

The "sysstat" package works fine on my Red Hat 8.0 based 2.4 kernel, and
it shows how busy the drives are.


It's still there, don't know if it's the same though.

On Tue, 2005-05-03 at 09:38, Matthew Lambie wrote:
> I was reading an article about Cobalt Qubes: http://www.shon.org/qube/
> Part way through this writeup the author shows the output from a BSD
> application called 'systat': http://www.shon.org/qube/systat.gif
> This looks much nicer than 'iostat -x' which is what I use to get disk
> performance. My question is, do any of you mad hax0rs know if systat has
> been ported to Linux? 
> Debian/Ubuntu's 'sysstat' (note the two s in the middle) doesn't have a
> 'systat' binary, but does has 'iostat'. It appears that elsewhere
> (Debian security archive) the one or two s is interchangeable, so it
> might be the same package.

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