_pcp_ rebased to version 3.12.2
The Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) application has been rebased to version 3.12.2, which includes many enhancements and bug fixes.
Collector systems updates:
* The following Performance Metric Domain Agents (PMDAs) have been updated: `perfevent`, containers and CGroups, MySQL slave metrics, Linux per-process metrics, and Linux kernel metrics for entropy, `slabinfo`, IPv6 sockets, and NFSD worker threads.
* New PMDAs are now available: Prometheus endpoint and HAProxy.
* Device Mapper statistics now expose an API.
Monitor systems updates:
* The derived metrics language has been extended for all monitors.
* The `pmchart` charting utility includes fixes for timezone and display bugs.
* The `pmlogconf` configuration utility automatically enables the `hotproc` metric logging and adds `atop` metrics. Performance is now more optimized.
* The `pcp-atop` monitoring utility recognizes the new "--hotproc" option. Several bugs have been fixed.
* The `pcp-pidstat` and `pcp-mpstat` monitoring utilities recognize several new output options.
* The `pmrep` reporting utility now supports Comma-separated Values (CSV) output compatible with the `sadf` tool. New utilities for exporting PCP metrics to various formats have also been added: `pcp2zabbix`, `pcp2xml`, `pcp2json`, and `pcp2elasticsearch`.
We'd like to rebase PCP for RHEL 7.5 to pick up the next round of enhancements and fixes, incl. several of both for customers.
Some of these that are complete and/or already in-progress include HAProxy instrumentation, Prometheus endpoint metrics, new Device Mapper statistis, and new container and NUMA analysis tools.
*** Bug 1366924 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Looks good to me Marek.
Verified against pcp-3.12.2-5.el7
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
For information on the advisory, and where to find the updated
files, follow the link below.
If the solution does not work for you, open a new bug report.