Universal Measurement Architecture Guide
Copyright © 1997 The Open Group
CORBACommon Object Request Broker Architecture, from the OMG.
See the referenced
DBMSDataBase Management System
DCIData Capture Interface
DMIDesktop Management Interface, from the DMTF.
DMTFDesktop Management Task Force: a special-interest group developing a
Desktop Management Interface for systems management of distributed
desktop computer resources.
DPDData Pool Definition
/dev/kmemHistorically, this is the primary interface used by UNIX system
performance measurement utilities for extracting data from the kernel.
interoperabilityThe ability of distributed systems - software and hardware
on multiple machines and from multiple vendors - to communicate effectively.
kernelThe name commonly used to refer to the central processing
software which all interfaces (to memory, device drivers and input/output
subsystems) use in a computer system.
MAPMeasurement Application Program
MIBManagement Information Base
MISManagement Information System
MLIMeasurement Layer Interface
OMGObject Management Group
ORBObject Request Broker: provides the means by which clients make and receive
requests and responses.
PMWGPerformance Management Working Group (PMWG).
This group was initially sponsored by UNIX Systems Laboratories (USL)
and is now sponsored by Computer Measurement Group (CMG).
POSIXA group of operating system interface and environment standards,
developed under the aegis of the Institute of Electrical
and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), and based on the UNIX operating
system documentation, which are designed to support application
portability at the source level.
psA UNIX environment command to display the status of current processes.
sadcdata collection process associated with sar.
sarsystem activity reporter - a tool in the UNIX environment.
sysinfoA UNIX environment structure that contains system information.
SNMPSimple Network Management Protocol: a protocol for managing networks
which use the Internet Protocol Suite (IPS).
UMAUniversal Measurement Architecture
UMADSUMA Data Storage
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