pt-stalk have the possibility to define data collection interval

Bug #1190636 reported by Kenny Gryp on 2013-06-13
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Bug Description

Looking at the code:

   if [ "$CMD_VMSTAT" ]; then
      $CMD_VMSTAT 1 $OPT_RUN_TIME >> "$d/$p-vmstat" &
      $CMD_VMSTAT $OPT_RUN_TIME 2 >> "$d/$p-vmstat-overall" &
   if [ "$CMD_IOSTAT" ]; then
      $CMD_IOSTAT -dx 1 $OPT_RUN_TIME >> "$d/$p-iostat" &
      $CMD_IOSTAT -dx $OPT_RUN_TIME 2 >> "$d/$p-iostat-overall" &
   if [ "$CMD_MPSTAT" ]; then
      $CMD_MPSTAT -P ALL 1 $OPT_RUN_TIME >> "$d/$p-mpstat" &
      $CMD_MPSTAT -P ALL $OPT_RUN_TIME 1 >> "$d/$p-mpstat-overall" &

You can see that all commands have an interval time of 1 second.
When collecting data for a longer period of time (like for example 1 hour or 1 day), it would be good to be able to define that.

Daniel Nichter (daniel-nichter) wrote :
Changed in percona-toolkit:
status: New → Invalid

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