The dstat-logger service puts a lot of info into the syslog/journal. The --output command to write CSV files doesn't appear to suppress the console output, and I can't see a flag to make it do that. So redirect the stdout to /dev/null. Change-Id: Ib99f8199ebc3c9d89c2b3aa92dff5ff298d03e45
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Install, configure, and run a dstat logger
This is primarily useful for testing where we don't have instances hooked up to cacti. You can use this to get a csv log file at /var/log/dstat-csv.log in test jobs that records similar system performance information.