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isag



SYNOPSIS

       isag [-p datafile_path] [-m datafile_mask] [-c con­
       fig_file] [-ght gr_height] [-gwd gr_width]


DESCRIPTION

       The isag command graphically displays the system activity
       data stored in a binary data file by a previous sar run.
       The isag command invokes sar to extract the data to be
       plotted.


OPTIONS

       -p datafile_path
              Specify the pathname to the directory where are
              located the daily data files.  Default path is:
              /var/log/sa

       -m datafile_mask
              Specify the mask for the daily data files. Direc­
              tory can also contain report files.  Default mask
              is: sa[0-9][0-9]

       -c config_file
              Specify the configuration file used by the isag
              command.  The contents of this file may depend on
              isag version number.  Default config file is:
              $HOME/.isag.cfg

       -ght gr_height
              Specify the height of the chart area.  Default
              value is: 400.

       -gwd gr_width
              Specify the width of the chart area.  Default value
              is: 720.


AUTHOR

       D. Doubrava 2000, 2001 e-mail: linux_monitor@volny.cz

       HTTP Site: http://www.volny.cz/linux_moni­
       tor/isag/index.html


SEE ALSO

       sar (1), sadc (8).

February 2001                  1.12                       ISAG(1)
  
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