• CPUstat – application that provides CPU status. Provides access to CPU performance counters, enabling admins to look at individual CPU performance as total CPU, per-processor CPU, in one-minute and five-minute load averages.
• Netstat – application that provides network status. Netstat furnishes statistics and network performance metrics in a fashion similar to the native "netstat" program of the Windows platform. Enhanced statistics are provided for Ethernet, IP, ICMP, TCP, and UDP network protocols.
• Memstat – application that provides memory status. Memstat furnishes statistics on memory usage of the platform, including percent memory used, physical memory, virtual memory, page memory, and page rates for performance monitoring and resource management.
• SVR – application that provides server performance statistics. Provides access to data points on current configuration values, system and session error counters, file system and disk information, processes, threads, active sessions and server throughput values.
• Diskmon – application that provides disk status. Diskmon delivers disk usage values, allowing the operator to view the disk size, disk amount used, disk amount free, and disk percent used for each mounted disk on the managed platform.
• Pslist – application that provides a list of processes. Pslist permits an operator to list the currently-running processes of a platform, including the process name, ID, user-owner, and CPU usage for each process.
• Svclist – application that lists services on a platform. Svclist permits an operator to list, in real-time, the currently configured services of the platform, including the brief service name, full service name, service state, and any flags associated with the service.
• GMI Quickstart Package – starter package that includes the GMI universal software agent, a command-line manager and utility with documentation to get started using the agent and applications. The Quickstart package is freeware and there is no charge to download and use, and there is no trial expiry date.
The VPP download from the VAX is just 604 kilobytes. VPP takes just a few seconds to download and less than a minute to install. Deploying the GMI Agent is equally simple. A single IT resource can deploy the agent to hundreds of devices within minutes. After deploying the agent, any single resource can then start using VPP to manage the performance of their entire network. The UI is a command-line program and consumes just a few kilobytes of system resource.
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