nmon2web: Server Performance Monitor

The nmon2web tool automates the conversion of nmon performance data into dynamic web pages on a central webserver. The data can be displayed by individual partitions or for the combined partitions on a shared server. In addition, the tool can do "what if" performance estimates for combining LPARs from different physical servers. The tool is targeted for AIX on POWER, but will work with nmon for Linux (Power and x86).

See the Readme for setup instructions.

The nmon2web tool is developed and supported in my spare time. It is provided "as-is", and is not supported by IBM. Send bug reports to baspence at us dot ibm dot com.

Updates:
4/27/2009 - changed index.html to display unique host-serial number (for partition mobility)
7/24/2012 - changed index.html to dynamically create dropdowns for year
10/6/2013 - accumulated bug fixes, and new charts. Also added nmon2web_consolidator to simulate a shared pool with combinations of partitions in the nmon2web data (for load balancing, partition mobility,...) Link is at the bottom of this page.
12/20/2013 - Added setup script for initial installs. Added upgrade script for moving to this version. Moved nmon2web_consolidator to this web page. Added selectable date ranges for the performance charts. (Note: the response time is slow (20+ seconds) due to the large number of charts being created. I've retained the daily host performance charts for response time and for archival.)
1/1/2014 - Added WPAR suppport and bug fixes


Host Performance (by Day)
Server Name   Date    
Host Performance (Long Term)
Server Name
Today
Last 2 Days
Last 3 Days
Last 7 Days
Month
Quarter
6 Months
Year
Specify (Month:Day:Year:Hour:Min)
Start Date: :00
End Date: :00
 
 
Frame Performance
Frame Serial Number
Today
Last 2 Days
Last 3 Days
Last 7 Days
Month
Quarter
6 Months
Year
Specify (Month:Day:Year:Hour:Min)
Start Date :00
End Date :00  

nmon2web Consolidator

"What if" performance of consolidated LPAR's from different frames.
Select two or more servers to view their combined performance requirement.
The scaling factor is the number of target CPU's that provide the same performance as one CPU on the current server.
For example, if the target server has twice the performance, the scaling factor would be 0.5.

Start Date
End Date