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Please help with command to check the busy % for a hard disk device like hdisk5
Vishal (7 Replies)
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anyone know how to derive the value for the total disk busy % (shown in topas ) ?
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I have a 300GB ROOTVG volume groups with one filesystem /backup having 200GB allocated space
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Discussion started by: filosophizer
Am doing an enhancements related to monitoring a Linux disk I/O statistics.
The /proc/diskstats file is used to get the each disk I/O statistics. But, It returns the raw value.
How to calculate the Disk Queue Length and Disk Busy time from the raw values.
Guide me. (1 Reply)
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I'm posting my question here as I fele that what I am about to try to do must have been done already, and I don't want to re-invent the wheel.
I have recently become responsible for monitoring disk space usage for a large file system.
I would like to geenrate reports that will summise... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: littleIdiot
For any command(say tar command) I am getting 100% busy for my hdisk.
But my CPU and Memory is not busy and have more idle also.
Please advice for any performance analysing.
Thanks in Advance, (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: npcrao