MONITOR for AIX
MONITOR FOR AIX Copyright (C) All rights reserved: 1993-2011 Marcel J.E. Mol, MESA Consulting B.V., Netherlands 1991-1995 Jussi Maki, FinlandMonitor for AIX is an interactive performance monitor and capacity planning tool for AIX systems. Have a look at some screendumps to see how it looks like. Monitor can log its measured data that can be viewed in graphs for capacity planning purposes.
Januari 2011: Released Monitor 2.5 for registered users!
User visible changes: * Monitor does not need root priviledges anymore. * Add reports for diskpaths and diskadapters. * Support entitlement reporting and cpu usage relative to entitlements * CPU usage reporting based on new PURR counters * removed support for AIX < 5.2. * Add RRD reporting facilities via web interface. Version 2.4: * Differentiate between read and write iorates if supproted (AIX 5.3) * Graphing scripts define their own output filenams * -x command line option to show just one process in top * Updated Makefile for easy selection of compiler and 32/64-bit mode * Basis WLM statistics (Z command, only for AIX 5) * Show number of active disk in extended disk stats * Show CPU speed in cpu detail report in AIX 5 (s command) * T command to sort top on process starttime * NFS v3 statistics * Show more details NFS stats when screen is large enough * Perl scripts to process monitor logfiles (see script directory) * several small bugfixes, optimisations and cosmetic fixes Version 2.3: * Support for AIX 5 (up to 5.2). * Support for 64-bit kernels in AIX 5. * K command to kill processes. * S command to Set priority of a process (renice). * -z command line option (z command) to normalise cpu% (to 100%). This is only usefull for SMP systems where total CPU% can be 100 times the number of cpus. * -D command line option (D command) to sort disk statistics on throughput. The option optionally accepts a number to specify the max number of disks to show. * -w command line option (w command) to hide kernel wait process in top. * Added major and minor pagefaults and repages to top output. * Added P command to sorttop on major page faults. * Added per process thread count to top output. * -k command line option (k command) to hide all kernel processes in top. * -W command line option (W command) to show process arguments in top. * Added numios, page steals and page scans on main page. * Added some more sample script in the script directory to process monitor logfiles. * The fps program ported to higher AIX versions. * Network statistics in detailed mode now show error-, collision- and baud-rate. * Monitor now refuses to start when it is run on a different architecture than it is compiled for (e.g. 32 versus 64 bit kernels).
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