This is a non-sense ; you have to tell us under which conditions you want
to find a bottleneck.

Regardless the workload, we mostly use OpenTSDB to check cpu times (iowait
/ user / sys / idle), disk usage (await, ios in progress...) and memory
(numa allocations, buffers, cache, dirty pages...)

On 2 March 2015 at 08:20, Krish Donald <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

*Adrien Mogenet*
Head of Backend/Infrastructure
4, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt - 75008 Paris
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