To get only the cpu info from the topas command terminal. pre AIX The topas tool is a full-screen tool and its output is not well suited for. TOPAS – NMON: TOPAS Reports selected local and remote system statistics. The topas command requires the and file sets to be. An interactive paper that provides help on understanding the fields from the AIX topas command and what commands can be used to dig deeper into a.
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When this number exceeds the number of network interfaces installed, only the installed network interfaces will be monitored and displayed.
Replaces the default display with the full-screen WLM class display. When you specify the flag with the – flag or the subcommand, file system is shown in two windows. Item Description Host The host name.
Item Description AQD The average number of requests that are waiting to be sent to the virtual target device or disk. Item Description Shr The number of shared processors.
The topas command reports selected statistics about the activity on the local system. Paging Space Used The size of the topqs space allocated to this process.
It is not necessarily useful to see what application is paged out as this is not as relevant as the fact that the system is paging and how much the system is paging.
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This includes page faults that do not cause paging activity. The first character indicates the CPU in the partition. The entries are always sorted from highest to lowest value. This can be considered an expression of the footprint of the process but does not include the memory used to keep the executable program and any shared libraries it may depend on.
The following data is displayed when you press the g key on the initial screen, which generates the cluster utilization view with detailed headers: The n key toggles the network interfaces subsection between a list of busiest interfaces, off, and the report on the total network activity of the system.
Though I’d say that trying to parse output of a command that is intended for a human use is a bad idea, in the first place.
The number of physical processors that are not allocated to any partition. When the topas command is running inside any cross partition view, press the p key to bring up the pool panel.
Activates the Cluster Utilization panel. Writes The number of write system calls per second executed over the monitoring interval. This includes paging activity associated topa writing to file systems. To list the paths of the disks, press the f key. A cluster is a group of related partitions or nodes. Default shared processor pool contains the physical processors that are available on the managed system.
The memory available to partition set.
Create The logical number of files creates. They are not matching though they gauge the same. The number of transfers per second that are issued to the adapter.
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This display shows a list of the busiest processes, similar to the process subsection on the default display, only with more columns showing more metrics per process. Execs The number of exec system calls per second that are run over the monitoring interval.
The results are structured. When the topas command is started, it displays all subsections for which hot entities are monitored. This automatically sorts the values by that field: The number of busiest processes displayed will depend upon the space available on the screen.
The second character indicates the memory mode of the partition.