Author Archives: James Gill

Snapshot Monitoring Tool – Latest

The data capture aspects (“snapper”) of the snapshot monitoring tool are now complete. Thread scheduling has been verified, along with the timer thread operation and the communications thread.   A small command line utility has also been written to tell snapper to shutdown. … Continue reading

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Snapshot Monitoring Tool

The snapshot server / daemon is just about finished – I need to build in some way of driving the shutdown event (already built into all of the threads) and put some additional events in to make sure that all … Continue reading

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DB2 UDB Monitoring

I’ve started work on a UDB snapshot monitoring tool to gather and retain information from database servers. Only minimal thought has gone into reporting at the moment, but this will probably be web based. The current proof of concept code … Continue reading

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Tooling for the future?

Hey everyone. I’ve started to think about the various tools which I’ve put together in the last few years. This is stuff that I’ve written to make my life easier – well, nobody likes to work too hard, do they?! … Continue reading

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