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Published on Aug 15, 2019
This video series uses njmon to collect AIX, VIOS and Linux Performance data injecting the data into InfluxDB and using Grafana to display loads of great graphs. This 3rd video covers installing njmon (a single binary file per endpoint) and setting it up to directly collect the performance stats and get them to your Time-Series database we are using InfluxDB as an example. Gone is the save to file and move it and incomes new online and direct injection methods using ssh, njmon Collector and remote Injection. The command-line options of njmon, the collector and injector are covers plus some debugging hints.