Use the --type option of the monitor subcommand to specify the object for which you want to display data, such as httplistener, jvm, webmodule. If you use the monitor subcommand without specifying a type, an error message is displayed.
Output from the subcommand is displayed continuously in a tabular format. The --interval option can be used to display output at a particular interval (the default is 30 seconds).
A monitorable object must be configured for monitoring before you can display data on the object. See To Enable Monitoring.
Determine which type of monitorable object you want to monitor.
Your choices for 3.0.1 are jvm, httplistener, and webmodule.
Request the monitoring data by using the monitor(1) subcommand.
This example requests common data for type jvm on instance server.
asadmin> monitor --type jvm server UpTime(ms) Heap and NonHeap Memory(bytes) current min max low high count 9437266 8585216 619642880 0 0 93093888 9467250 8585216 619642880 0 0 93093888
You can also view the full syntax and options of the subcommand by typing asadmin help monitor at the command line.