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PerfParse facilitates the storage and analysis of binary performance data produced by Nagios and produces high-quality accurate graphs of live data from standard Nagios plugins. A permanent history of plugin results can then be viewed with advanced analysis tools.
|Main PerfParse site||http://www.perfparse.de|
|SF Project Page||http://sourceforge.net/projects/perfparse|
|Latest PerfParse Image||perfparse-0.106.1|
|Nightly PerfParse development snapshot||cvs_snapshots|
|Ben Clewett (retired)||Creator, Coding||-|
|Garry W. Cook (retired)||Web Site, Images, Docs||-|
|Yves Mettier (retired)||Major Coding||-|
|Flo Gleixner (retired)||Coding, PHP-GUI||flo at redflo.de Homepage|
|Tim Wuyts (retired)||Coding||Tim.Wuyts at gmail.com|
|Friedrich Priewasser (retired)||Coding - PostgreSQL||-|
Here you can access Perfparse-Wiki-Documentation. Also view FAQ's. If you like to add content, contact me (redflo) to get permissions.
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2004-01-18 Addition of Summary Table for Raw data from Tim Wuyts and conversion to PostgreSQL by Friedrich Priewasser. This will make a major addition to the project, thanks to you both.
2005-01-11 Happy new year ! I wrote a Perfparse-Wiki-Todo page. Check if you want something that does not appear and we may add it if possible.
2004-12-07 Specification of new Database schema can be viewed Perfparse-Wiki-DatabaseConversionSpecification. It is hoped that this work will be completed by Jan 2005.
2004-12-05 Thanks go to Flo for this wiki system, setup and hosting. This is a great addition to PerfParse.
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