In this chapter, we focus on the methodology and steps needed to perform a successful first-level system debugging and analysis. We will be using system logs and statistics to try to understand the manifestation of a problem.
Profile the system status
Previous chapters have taught us the necessary models when approaching what may appear to be a problem in our environment. The idea is to carefully isolate the problem, reduce it to a minimal set of variables, and then use industry-accepted methods to prove and disprove your theories. Now, we will learn about the tools that can help us in our quest.
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