AIX, idle over 10 second intervals

Posted on 2012-09-13
Last Modified: 2012-09-13
I can not use dstat on AIX

... and I cant make topas operate over 10 second intervals

How can I get an average of the CPU idle over 10 second intervals ?
Question by:Los Angeles1
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    >>  I cant make topas operate over 10 second intervals <<

    Why not?

    topas -i10

    will do the trick.

    Besides that, you can always use

    vmstat 10
    or, to measure by logical CPU
    mpstat 10

    In both reports it's the "id" column.

    Further, there is nmon:

    export NMON=c; nmon -s10


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