- Command line interface (as opposed to a GUI - graphical user interface)
- Used to execute programs - Commands are small programs that do something useful
- There are many commands already included with Windows, but we will use a few.
- A filepath is where you are in the filesystem
• C: is the C drive
• C:\user\Documents is the Documents folder
• C:\user\Documents\hello.c is a file in the Documents folder
Further: use can user svmon command to monitor memory usage as follows;
(A) #svmon -P -v -t 10 | more (will give top ten processes)
(B) #svmon -U -v -t 10 | more ( will give top ten user)
Compatibility note: This document is based upon Sparc Solaris 10
All the following commands are to be run from the OBP and not the OS. They are only valid on Sparc hardware that uses the openboot _rmware.
The eeprom command can be used from the OS to view or set openboot _rmware variables.
iostat -xzn 5
Look at the wait: This is the number of IO operations that are waiting to be serviced.
In other words: “wait” tells you the waiting queue length.
If the wait time is in the single digit range,then your problem may be elsewhere.
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