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BruceSpencer
BruceSpencer
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Pinned topic Recording WPAR Performance with NMON

‏2013-12-06T15:47:40Z |

Is it possible to split out the WPAR data in the nmon.csv file similar to the "wlmstat -@" output?

# wlmstat -@ 10
   CLASS    CPU    MEM   DKIO
wnc71051   0.19   1.61   0.00
wnc71050   0.82   6.70   0.00
wnc71039  13.47   2.17   0.05
wnc71040  10.56   2.79   0.00
wnc71049  11.63   7.79   0.00
wnc71041  10.68   2.20   0.00
wnc71042  10.38   2.37   0.00
wnc71043  10.86   3.36   0.00
   TOTAL  68.59  28.99   0.05
 

The problem is that the WPAR data is embedded in the "^TOP" section.  It's broken down by wlmclass and command, which isn't easy to extract.

I think I'm using the right flags:


topas_nmon  -x -I1 -LMNPYS^@V -k hdisk0,hdisk1 -F /var/nmon/nmon.csv -s 120 -c 720

Am I missing something?

 

 

  • nagger
    nagger
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    Re: Recording WPAR Performance with NMON

    ‏2013-12-16T13:09:59Z  

    Possibly -W but that might default in with the -S

    Send me your nmon output file.

    Cheers, Nigel Griffiths