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Noticed that asvc_t values in iostat command outputs are mostly more than 100 in our previous iostat analysis.
Also found the following detail from an alternate site IO Bottleneck - Disk performance issue - UnixArena
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data file contains
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I'm confused and can't explain. Help please.
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iostat -e gives the soft, hard and transport error information in Solaris.
What is the equivalent command in the other flavors of Unix AIX HP Linux.
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