The system-report tool has two basic functionalities that it achieves:
- To be an interface and report aggregator
- To provide reports on subsystems
The user directly interacts with the interface and report aggregator, with the utilites providing reports on the subsystems.
This tool currently includes utilities for analyzing the following:
- Attached hardware (CPU, PCI, USB, memory, interrupts, and loaded kernal modules
- Installed software (deb, rpm packages, configured yum, zypper, apt, and opkg repositories)
- System logging facilities (systemd journal, dmesg, and syslog messages)
- Linux-specific kernel and networking facilities (kernel command line, kernel version, kernel config, lsb_release, network interfaces, and ip information
- General purpose Unix facilities (active mounts, running processes, and uname)
Automatically installed as part of the ni-daqmx rpm.
How to use:
This section covers how to use the different functionality the tool provides.