In our last article, we have learned about installing and upgrading the sysstat package and understanding briefly about the utilities which comes with the package. Sysstat – Performance and Usage Activity Monitoring Tool For Linux 20 Sysstat Commands for Linux Monitoring Today, we are going to work with some interesting practical examples of mpstat, pidstat, iostat and sar utilities, which can help us to identify the issues. We have different options to use these utilities, I mean you can fire the commands manually with different options for different kind of work or you can create your customized scripts according to your requirements. You know Sysadmins are always bit Lazy, and always tried to find out the easy way to do the things with minimum efforts. mpstat – Processors Statistics 1. Using mpstat command without any option, will display the Global Average Activities by All CPUs. [email protected] ~ $ mpstat Linux 3.11.0-23-generic (tecmint.com) Thursday 04 September 2014 _i686_ (2 CPU) 12:23:57 IST CPU %usr %nice %sys %iowait %irq %soft %steal %guest %gnice %idle 12:23:57 IST all 37.35 0.01 4.72 2.96 0.00 0.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 54.88 2. Using mpstat with option ‘-P‘ (Indicate Processor Number) and ‘ALL’, will display statistics about… Read full this story
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