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Deeos
Regular Advisor

system table

Hi all,

How will you check hp-ux system table usage?

Deepak
5 REPLIES
James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: system table

Hi:

Use 'glance' and toggle the 't'able display.

Otherwise, depending on what it is your are evaulating, use 'sar' [see the manpages].

Regards!

...JRF...
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: system table

What HP-UX version are you using?
For 11.23 there is kcusage(1m) that will give you the info for about 25 tables.
Deeos
Regular Advisor

Re: system table

Hi Dennis,

I am using 11.23 ver. of HP-ux
here look over the output
.............................................

amdb01#kcusage
Tunable Usage / Setting
=============================================
dbc_max_pct 0 / 1
maxdsiz 16777216 / 2048000000
maxdsiz_64bit 43245568 / 34359738368
maxfiles_lim 41 / 8196
maxssiz 212992 / 134217728
maxssiz_64bit 81920 / 1073741824
maxtsiz 14524416 / 100663296
maxtsiz_64bit 1138688 / 1073741824
maxuprc 1 / 3687
max_thread_proc 34 / 3000
maxvgs 1 / 10
msgmni 2 / 4096
msgseg 0 / 32767
msgtql 0 / 4096
nfile 745 / 65536
nflocks 21 / 4096
ninode 817 / 60000
nkthread 381 / 8416
nproc 163 / 4200
npty 0 / 2024
nstrpty 1 / 1024
nstrtel 0 / 60
nswapdev 1 / 10
nswapfs 0 / 10
semmni 25 / 4096
semmns 27 / 8192
shmmax 17869512 / 10737419000
shmmni 7 / 1024
shmseg 3 / 1024
.............................................


is this system table you are telling me?


Regards
Deeos

Deepak
Raj D.
Honored Contributor

Re: system table

Deeos,

To see the system table usage use:
# glance -t

-It will give the System Table Usage report with the detail values, used and available . And percentage utilization.

Cheers,
Raj.
" If u think u can , If u think u cannot , - You are always Right . "
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: system table

>is this system table you are telling me?
>nfile 745 / 65536

Yes. And on this system nfile isn't full at all.