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    Default how to find load on the servers

    How will you find which systems in the network are highly and less loaded.

    please suggest how to get details other than NAGIOS..
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    1. sar and ksar ?
    2. Perl or shell script?
    3. Other web based gui tools
    4. MRTG and snmpd
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