10-28-2010 01:41 PM
What is the most widely used monitoring tool we use on HP-UX for measuring metrics like CPU,Memory,I/O, Virtual memory and networks ? How do we collect historical data from single and different servers to view in single screen ? Is there any tool to view them in web or GUI ?
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10-28-2010 01:45 PM
Both cost $$$ and need to be purchased from your HP reseller.
And no, they're not cheap.
10-28-2010 01:52 PM
Glance is the BEST, and widely used monitoring tool in HP-UX for CPU, memory,I/O, virtual memory and netoworks.
10-28-2010 02:54 PM
As already noted, 'glance' is probably the best tool for HP-UX. It is architected for and to understand the HP-UX kernel. A nice overview is present in this presentation:
In my option, the price you pay to license 'glance' is worth every penny (or whatever currency you use).
10-28-2010 03:34 PM
Or you purchase the Glance products and look at the nice graphs.
10-28-2010 07:59 PM
To view real time performance monitoring: HP Glance Plus (Motif GUI and Terminal console)
To get the real time performance data of remote nodes: cpsh and mpadv (Available as part of Glance Plus installation)
To collect the historical system performance data: HP Performance Agent
To view historical data of different servers in a single node: HP Performance Manager (Web Interface)
10-28-2010 10:48 PM
Insight remote support (IRS)
System fault management (SFM)
System management homepage (SMH)
System Insight Manager (SIM)
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10-30-2010 09:22 PM
And it illustrate them on Graph...
Also it is a open-source software which you can receive for free...
11-01-2010 04:13 AM
HP-UX provides the nettl command to perform network tracing and logging. By default, a basic level of tracing and logging is activated at boot time:
# nettl -status
All Subsytem Tracing:
# nettl -start
Initializing Network Tracing and Logging...
# nettl -traceon all -entity all -f /manoj/mytrace
# nettl -stop
And yoÄ±u can read via formatted output with netfmt
11-09-2010 10:54 AM
This is the best answer i can give. Glance and gpm are the best real time monitoring tools. Perfview and MeasureView are good Data Collection performance tools. ipcs/ipcrm, mount, nice/renice are good performance administration tools. So it depends on what kind of monitoring you want to do.