Features for HPUX
Germain monitors the uptime and performance of HPUX operating systems. Using Germain, you can gain valuable insights into the availability, responsiveness, and overall performance of your HPUX environment. Key features and capabilities of Germain for monitoring HPUX include:
Track the duration of system uptime to ensure the HPUX operating system remains available and stable.
Monitor the CPU utilization of the HPUX system to assess the overall system load and identify any performance issues or resource bottlenecks.
Monitor the memory consumption of the HPUX system to ensure efficient utilization and identify any memory-related issues or constraints.
Monitor the available disk space on the HPUX system's storage devices to ensure sufficient space for data storage and system operations.
Monitor the network connectivity of the HPUX system to ensure uninterrupted communication and identify any network-related issues or performance degradation.
Monitor the running processes on the HPUX system to identify any anomalies, excessive resource consumption, or potential performance bottlenecks.
Monitor the system logs for errors, warnings, and other relevant information that can help diagnose issues and ensure the smooth operation of the HPUX system.
By monitoring these aspects of HPUX operating systems, Germain provides insights into the uptime, performance, and health of your HPUX environment. This enables proactive monitoring, timely issue detection, and efficient troubleshooting, ensuring optimal performance and stability of your HPUX systems.
Each of these commands can be individually configured and also disabled, if for some reason it is undesirable to collect any one of the OS metrics.
/opt/perf/bin/glance -f /tmp/gout -m -j 1 -iterations 2
/usr/bin/sar -q 1
vmstat 1 4
/usr/bin/sar -d 1 4
netstat –f inet
/usr/bin/netstat -i -w
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Feature Availability: 8.6.0 or later