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how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

 
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how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

Hi All

My system is a rp4440 server running HP-UX 11i V1. Currently I getting some performance issue in occationally .So anybody can help me to find out Physical W/R IO hists against mount points in order to optimize load between mount points.

Thanks
Nirukshitha
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Re: how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

Do you have Glance/Plus ? ( including measureware )

swlist -l product|grep -i glance

If not you will need to either get it (or a trial from https://h10078.www1.hp.com/cda/hpdc/display/main/search_results.jsp?zn=bto&cp=54_4012_100__) or configure sar to gather stats.

man sa1


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Re: how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

Glance is a very good tol if you can keep an eye on the display.
If you don't have glance, or prefer background monitoring, look at "sar" (system activity reporting).
Take care directory /var/adm/sa exists, or create it if it doesn't exist, and then run for instance "/usr/lbin/sa/sa1 600 144".
This will log a general system activity report 144 times , every 600 seconds (10 minutes), so in total 24 hours.

You will find a file in directory /var/adm/sa that you can query with a command like "sar -f saxx [-option]"

Look at the sar manpage for the available options. You can query about everything.
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Re: how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

Glance Plus is the best option.
a warrior never quits
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Re: how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

Hi

As I know , glance plus is tool which can be used to monitor real time data. But I need to monitor it for period. Anybody knows any tool for this.

Regards
Nirukshitha
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Re: how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

If you really have Glance Plus then it includes MeasureWare. Measureware is the historical collector.

swlist -l product|grep -i measure

perfstat (to check the to see if the collectors are running)


review the utility and extract commands as mentioned previously.



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Re: how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

Hi

How does we view those analyzed report using mesureware? Do we need another tool to analyze it?

Regards
Nirukshitha
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Re: how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

type in extract then hit enter and follow the guided tours.


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Re: how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

Hi

I want to get it in a graphical mode. Is there a tool to view it in a graphical mode?

Regards
Nirukshitha
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Re: how to monitor pysicall W/R IO againt mount points

Then you need to use the OpenView Performance Manager.

This is a separate product for purchase.

Java based graphing utililty that can run on HPUX or Windows ( I am thinking around $10,000 list price, could be wrong ).

A trial version can be obtained from the HPOV website.