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Old 10-01-2012, 06:06 AM   #1
rammohantv
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Question Not capturing and analyzing data with nmon


I have installed nmon tool in linux server. It works fine with frontend. But when i am using commands like "nmon -f -s2 -c 60" not capturing the data. Could you please help me to sort out this issue:

The out put look like below:

AAA,progname,nmon
AAA,command,nmon -f -s2 -c 60
AAA,version,14g
AAA,disks_per_line,150
AAA,max_disks,256,set by -d option
AAA,disks,17,
AAA,host,xxxx
AAA,user,root
AAA,OS,Linux xxxxxxxx
AAA,runname,xxxxxxx
AAA,time,07:04.31
AAA,date,01-OCT-2012
AAA,interval,2
AAA,snapshots,60
AAA,cpus,1
AAA,proc_stat_variables,8
AAA,note0, Warning - use the UNIX sort command to order this file before loading into a spreadsheet
AAA,note1, The First Column is simply to get the output sorted in the right order
AAA,note2, The T0001-T9999 column is a snapshot number. To work out the actual time; see the ZZZ section at the end
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