Identify congested areas and swiftly respond to issues before they impact users with this performance and diagnostics resolution tool. Get real-time data flow from Solaris, AIX, HPUX, and Unix/Linux operating systems (including I/O subsystem, cache and kernel information). Create thresholds with an automatically generated set of normal baseline activity for each system, and send alerts about impending problems.
Before installing Spotlight on Unix, ensure your system meets the following minimum hardware and software requirements:
A Pentium-based or equivalent PC with:
512 megabytes of RAM (minimum). 1 gigabyte recommended. Memory consumption will increase for multiple simultaneous connections.
1 gigabyte of free disk space. This should exist on a local disk drive rather than a network drive. Extra disk space will be required if you choose to log historical snapshots from within Spotlight.
You can find client permission requirements for Spotlight on Unix in the Spotlight on Unix Getting Started Guide. These permissions include those required...
Unix servers and versions. Spotlight on Unix supports the following server operating systems for O/S Server queries:
Unix programs. The following Unix programs must be accessible to the user logged on to the Unix machine.
For HP-UX, additionally
For AIX, additionally
For Solaris, additionally