Unix Equivalent of Windows NT Diagnostic (Winmsd) report


 
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Old 09-12-2001
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Hi Guys,

Is there a way I can generate a Diagnostic Report for Unix app server/database server (for sun solaris and aix) similar to the system diagnostic report in Windows NT(winmsd).

Basically I am looking for the following details below in a single comprehensive report. If there is no default diagnostic tool, is it possible to gather all these details, if yes then what are the individual commands.
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OS Version Report
System Report
Drives Report
Memory Report
Services Report
Drivers Report
IRQ and Port Report
System Environment Variables
Network Report
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Thanks for the help.
Neer
# 2  
Old 09-12-2001
Re: Unix Equivalent of Windows NT Diagnostic (Winmsd) report

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Originally posted by neer

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OS Version Report ............. use UNIX uname -a
System Report ............. use UNIX dmesg
Drives Report ............. use UNIX df
Memory Report ............. use UNIX top
Services Report ............. use UNIX ps
Drivers Report ............. use LINUX /proc filesystem (linux)
IRQ and Port Report ........... use LINUX /proc filesystem (linux)
System Environment Variables .......... use UNIX env
Network Report ........... use UNIX netstat
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The command on the right side can/could be used for the info on the left side. Hope this helps. There are other ways as well
# 3  
Old 09-13-2001
Put these commands in a script and you just wrote your own diagnostic program. Smilie

Isn't there anything on freshmeat.net ?
 
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