[hobbit] Aix client script
Al.Jeffcoat at orhs.org
Tue Aug 2 18:22:25 CEST 2005
If you need any help with any of the AIX stuff, I'd be glad to help out
From: Henrik Stoerner [mailto:henrik at hswn.dk]
Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2005 11:17 AM
To: hobbit at hswn.dk
Subject: Re: [hobbit] Aix client script
On Tue, Aug 02, 2005 at 11:11:55AM +0200, FIGARO Nicolas wrote:
> So I copied the script from sunOS and replaced the command with the
> (prtconf also exists but the result isn't the same).
prtconf on Solaris is used to pick up the amount of RAM installed.
For AIX your script should include this:
vmstat 1 2
which runs the bootinfo tool to determine the amount of RAM installed,
vmstat to determine the amount of free RAM, and pstat to determine the
swap statistics. (I don't know one bit about AIX, but this is what the
bb-memory add-on uses).
If the other information provided by "bootinfo" might be useful, you
can leave out the "-r" option as long as the RAM size is included in
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