We have Solaris 10 servers and CA APM 10.2 I need to monitor CPU and memory and looking scripts for EPAgent.
You can either use my plugins for EPA or use APM Infrastructure Agent's Host Monitor extension.
My Solaris plugins are available on https://www.github.com/ca-apm.
Moved this to the APM community where it will get the attention of the right people!
I am still looking EPAgent memory script for Solaris 10.
yes, I'm sorry about that. I thought I had built a vmstat script also.
I will add this to the repo shortly.
Please run the following command on your server and send me the text file.
Do not copy the output from your shell/terminal session since it will lose all of the whitespace characters that I need to parse.
vmstat 1 2 >vmstat.txt
Below is the output:
kthr memory page disk faults cpu r b w swap free re mf pi po fr de sr s4
s5 s6 s7 in sy cs us sy id 0 0 0 92753096 122824160 550 4119 14 40 29 0 0 -0 6 6 -2260 6135 13642 6777 2 1 97 0 0 0
88826504 117550576 1422 1319 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5595 5710 5364 1 1 98
Please find the attached txt file.
Thanks. I will get this turned around for you.
I'm attaching the plugin here, but it will be uploaded to my repo and forked to the CA APM repo (https://www.github.com/ca-apm). I'm going to clean up some things with the repo before I upload since I've also reconfigured things to work with APMIA.
Instructions for setup are in the POD/Header section of the program. Please place all of the plugins in <epa_home>/epaplugins/solaris.
Thanks for your help.
I want to know “Disk I/O (in IOPS) versus Disk Response Time.” Can the EPAgent capture that?
The value for 'tps' from 'iostat' is the same thing as IOPS.
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