top button
Flag Notify
    Connect to us
      Facebook Login
      Site Registration Why to Join

Facebook Login
Site Registration

Easy performance monitoring tools in Solaris?

+1 vote
47 views
Easy performance monitoring tools in Solaris?
posted Jun 16, 2014 by Kuldeep Apte

Share this question
Facebook Share Button Twitter Share Button LinkedIn Share Button

1 Answer

0 votes

Vmstat
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}

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

df
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
Similar Questions
+1 vote

I'm in the middle of a hardware upgrade. The application expert has on our project work list "copy /opt/tomcat/* from old machine to new machine.

The old machine is a Sun V240, running Solaris 9 and the New machine is an Oracle (Sun) T4 server running Solaris 10. Tomcat version is Tomcat 6.

Can we do this? will it run? It seems to be a Java based product and it stands to reason that if the JDK is the same it would be fine. I'm worried about any C code compiled for Solaris 9. Why should we NOT do this ?

+2 votes

One of my teammate who runs Solaris 11.1 wants to modify file /etc/resolve.conf but modifying the file manually is not working since after a reboot the file is rewritten by some system process.

The following has some suggestions as what should be done in cases like this
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/servers-storage-admin/s11-network-config-1632927.html

Unfortunately, the commands do not work! So could you please give three commands so my friend can modify /etc/resolv.conf? Note he is using dhcp... And I dont have physical accesss to a Solaris 11.1 machine...

+3 votes

How to delete a symbolic link in Solaris ?

"ln -s" command is working fine to add a symbolic link. But how the symbolic link can be deleted ?
I tried like this, but its not working

ulink abc.xml
ulink: not found

I tried unlink command , but got the following message " command not found"

+1 vote

I have a perl script test.pl. I want to create desktop shortcut. While I click on this shortcut icon it will run my perl script and keep the terminal open.

I have tried the command

ln -s test.pl ~/Desktop/abc

while I click on this abc Icon from my desktop. It run and same time the terminal exit. Could you please help here?

My requirement is:

I want to create desktop shortcut for particular perl program. While I click on this icon from desktop, it should run and keep the terminal open.

Contact Us
+91 9880187415
sales@queryhome.net
support@queryhome.net
#280, 3rd floor, 5th Main
6th Sector, HSR Layout
Bangalore-560102
Karnataka INDIA.
QUERY HOME
...