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Old 01-04-2013, 10:00 AM   #1
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sar command on Oracle Linux

Hi all,

Just started working a small bit on Oracle Linux. I found a difference when using the sar command. I've been looking through the man pages but I find nothing.

On OL, it gives me 10 hours of information in one block. It gives me a reading for every 10 minutes where as normally, it should display readings for every minute. How do I make the sar command display activity to the minute rather that every 10 minutes.

Thanks in advance.


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