How to know the total resources consumpted by a user


 
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Old 10-22-2009
How to know the total resources consumpted by a user

Hi,

In AIX, how to know the total resources(cpu, memory) consumpted by each user? any command can do that?

Thanks!
Victor
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Old 10-22-2009
I recommend reading the AIX Performance redbooks but for starters check out topas, nmon, ps, svmon.
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