pcp  4.3.4
About: PCP (Performance Co-Pilot) provides a framework and services to support system-level performance monitoring and management.
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README.md

PCP

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Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) provides a framework and services to support system-level performance monitoring and management. It presents a unifying abstraction for all of the performance data in a system, and many tools for interrogating, retrieving and processing that data.

PCP is a feature-rich, mature, extensible, cross-platform toolkit supporting both live and retrospective analysis. The distributed PCP architecture makes it especially useful for those seeking centralized monitoring of distributed processing.

See the INSTALL file for build, installation and configuration steps. For more information and details on how to contribute to the PCP project visit pcp.io