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mvemjsun
Occasional Visitor

sar output

Hi,
sar has sometimes a additional line of output.
What could that be ?

#sar

HP-UX server B.11.31 U ia64 07/02/09

00:00:00 %usr %sys %wio %idle
00:10:00 1 2 3 94
00:20:00 1 2 1 97
00:30:00 1 2 1 97
00:40:00 1 2 1 97
00:50:00 1 2 1 97
33 67 0 0
01:00:00 1 2 1 97
0 43 57 0
01:10:00 1 2 1 96
0 0 50 50
01:20:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 57 43
01:30:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 50 50
01:40:00 1 1 1 97
0 0 0 100
01:50:00 1 1 1 97
0 0 0 100
02:00:00 1 1 1 97
0 0 100 0
02:10:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 0 100
02:20:00 1 2 1 97
02:30:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 0 100
02:40:00 1 1 1 97
02:50:00 1 2 1 97
100 0 0 0
03:00:00 1 2 1 97
33 33 33 0
03:10:00 1 2 1 96
0 0 50 50
03:20:00 1 2 1 97
0 33 33 33
03:30:00 1 2 1 97
4 REPLIES
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: sar output

Shalom,

If you run sar with some parameters, you might get a summary and average at the end of the run.

But I can give it to you.

Your system is on average 95-97% idle. Its really not doing anything important.

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mvemjsun
Occasional Visitor

Re: sar output

Thanks for your answer,
I know that the system is quit ok.
But normaly the sar output looks like:
11:20:00 3 2 2 93
11:30:00 3 2 2 93
11:40:00 5 3 4 88
11:50:00 3 3 10 83
12:00:00 3 3 10 83
12:10:00 3 2 2 93
12:20:00 3 2 2 93
12:30:00 3 3 2 93
12:40:00 4 5 3 88

Average 3 2 2 92


and not like

11:30:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 100 0
11:40:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 0 100
11:50:00 1 2 1 97
0 100 0 0
12:00:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 0 100
12:10:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 50 50
12:20:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 0 100
12:30:00 1 2 1 97
0 0 0 100
12:40:00 2 4 2 92
0 0 0 100

Average 1 2 1 97



AL_3001
Regular Advisor

Re: sar output

Hi,

It seems this is to do with the display. Check you display setting, echo $TERM and if required set it to vt100.

export TERM=vt100
echo $TERM

See if this sorts it out.

Let us know.

Cheers,
AL
mvemjsun
Occasional Visitor

Re: sar output

there where two crontab entries for sar.
0 * * * * /usr/lbin/sa/sa1 600 6

we can close this issue
thanks for your replies