Spotlight on Unix

Spotlight on Unix 8.0

With Spotlight, you can identify congested areas of a network
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Spotlight® on Unix/Linux is a performance diagnostics and resolution tool. It graphically displays the real-time flow of data in your Solaris, AIX, HPUX, and Unix/Linux operating systems — including I/O subsystem, cache, and kernel information. It automatically sets a baseline of normal activity for each system to create thresholds and send an audible or visual warning of impending problems. With Spotlight, you can identify congested areas and quickly respond to performance problems before they impact end users.

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