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![PCP](images/pcpicon.png)

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Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) provides a framework and services to support
system-level performance monitoring and management. It presents a unifying
abstraction for all of the performance data in a system, and many tools
for interrogating, retrieving and processing that data.

PCP is a feature-rich, mature, extensible, cross-platform toolkit
supporting both live and retrospective analysis. The distributed PCP
architecture makes it especially useful for those seeking centralized
monitoring of distributed processing.

See the [INSTALL](INSTALL.md) file for build, installation and configuration steps.
For more information and details on how to contribute to the PCP project
visit [pcp.io](https://pcp.io/community.html)