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System Administration Guide: Advanced Administration     Oracle Solaris 11 Express 11/10
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Preface

1.  Managing Terminals, Modems and Serial Port Services (Tasks)

2.  Displaying and Changing System Information (Tasks)

3.  Scheduling System Tasks (Tasks)

4.  Managing System Processes (Tasks)

5.  Monitoring System Performance (Tasks)

What's New in Managing System Performance?

LatencyTOP Performance Tuning Utility

Where to Find System Performance Tasks

System Performance and System Resources

Processes and System Performance

About Monitoring System Performance

Monitoring Tools

Displaying System Performance Information (Task Map)

Displaying Virtual Memory Statistics (vmstat)

How to Display Virtual Memory Statistics (vmstat)

How to Display System Event Information (vmstat -s)

How to Display Swapping Statistics (vmstat -S)

How to Display Interrupts Per Device (vmstat -i)

Displaying Disk Utilization Information (iostat)

How to Display Disk Utilization Information (iostat)

How to Display Extended Disk Statistics (iostat -xtc)

Displaying Disk Space Statistics (df)

How to Display Disk Space Information (df -k)

Monitoring System Activities (Task Map)

Monitoring System Activities (sar)

How to Check File Access (sar -a)

How to Check Buffer Activity (sar -b)

How to Check System Call Statistics (sar -c)

How to Check Disk Activity (sar -d)

How to Check Page-Out and Memory (sar -g)

Checking Kernel Memory Allocation

How to Check Kernel Memory Allocation (sar -k)

How to Check Interprocess Communication (sar -m)

How to Check Page-In Activity (sar -p)

How to Check Queue Activity (sar -q)

How to Check Unused Memory (sar -r)

How to Check CPU Utilization (sar -u)

How to Check System Table Status (sar -v)

How to Check Swapping Activity (sar -w)

How to Check Terminal Activity (sar -y)

How to Check Overall System Performance (sar -A)

Collecting System Activity Data Automatically (sar)

Running the sadc Command When Booting

Running the sadc Command Periodically With the sa1 Script

Producing Reports With the sa2 Shell Script

Setting Up Automatic Data Collection (sar)

How to Set Up Automatic Data Collection

6.  Troubleshooting Software Problems (Tasks)

7.  Managing Core Files (Tasks)

8.  Managing System Crash Information (Tasks)

9.  Troubleshooting Miscellaneous System Problems (Tasks)

Index

Displaying System Performance Information (Task Map)

Task
Description
For Instructions
Display virtual memory Statistics.
Collect virtual memory statistics by using the vmstat command.
Display system event information.
Display system event information by using the vmstat command with the -s option.
Display swapping statistics.
Use the vmstat command with the -S option to display swapping statistics.
Display interrupts per device.
Use the vmstat command with the -i option to show the number of interrupts per device.
Display disk utilization.
Use the iostat command to report disk input and output statistics.
Display extended disk statistics.
Use the iostat command with the -xtcoption to display extended disk statistics.
Display disk space information.
The df -k command displays disk space information in Kbytes.