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iostat question

In Solaris or any UNIX version for that matter will I get correct info (or an error) with the below command string:

iostat -xn -T d
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Rhiaanon44
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Rhiaanon44
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farzanjCommented:
I don't know what option -T is.

This should work like

iostat -xn -d
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Rhiaanon44Author Commented:
Hi thanks. Is the -T option for timestamp?
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arnoldCommented:
You might mean -t for iostat though have not used solaris recently nor have access to test the iostat option which should be the same.
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Joseph GanSystem AdminCommented:
The command in Solaris

# iostat -xn -d -t

will display extended status of network and disk I/O statistics with timestamp information.
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arnoldCommented:
-x -n are mutually exclusive options.
and when both are used the output is equivalent to iostat -x -dt
You do not have to separate each argument you can get the same results using iostat -xtd.
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Rhiaanon44Author Commented:
Thank you experts! Arnold the -t option was it. Thanks!
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