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Earlier this year, Sysadmin Magazine plublished an article I wrote dealing with multi-platform performance monitoring. The article describes how to implement a bare-bones system for remotely monitoring system activity on groups of systems. I covered several Unix and Unix-like systems, including MacOS X (10.1 at the time, but would also apply to 10.2).

It's not specifically written for MacOS X users, but if you need to monitor a room full of MacOS X computers, and know the basics of terminal.app, sudo, and can install gnuplot, it might be of interest.

[Editor's note: I haven't tested any of the things Dale mentions in his article, but it's an interesting read and might be of use to those of you who manage Macs and/or other UNIX boxes for a living...]
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