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Easy performance monitoring tools in Solaris?

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Easy performance monitoring tools in Solaris?
posted Jun 16, 2014 by Kuldeep Apte

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This command is used to know virtual memory statistics
$ vmstat n
n – Interval in seconds
$ vmstat –s {to know the system events since the last boot}
$ vmstat –S {to show the swapping statistics}
$ vmstat –i {to show the interrupts per device}

This command is used to display the statistics about disk input and output.
$ iostat 5
$ iostat –xtc { to show extended disk statistics}

This command is used to know the free space on the mounted disk.
$df –k {to show the disk space in kilobytes

answer Jun 17, 2014 by Parampreet Kaur
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