nmon

nmon

TLDR

Start nmon

$ nmon
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Save records to file ("-s 300 -c 288" by default)

$ nmon -f
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Save records to file with a total of 240 measurements, by taking 30 seconds between each measurement

$ nmon -f -s [30] -c [240]
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DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents briefly the nmon command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.

nmon is is a systems administrator, tuner, benchmark tool. It can display the CPU, memory, network, disks (mini graphs or numbers), file systems, NFS, top processes, resources (Linux version & processors) and on Power micro-partition information.

OPTIONS

nmon follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). nmon [-h] [-s <seconds>] [-c <count>] [-f -d <disks> -t -r <name>] [-x] A summary of options is included below.

-h

FULL help information

Interactive-Mode: read startup banner and type: "h" once it is running For Data-Collect-Mode (-f)

-f spreadsheet output format [note: default -s300 -c288]

optional

-s <seconds> between refreshing the screen [default 2]
-c <number> of refreshes [default millions]
-d <disks> to increase the number of disks [default 256]
-t spreadsheet includes top processes
-x capacity planning (15 min for 1 day = -fdt -s 900 -c 96)

AUTHOR

nmon was written by Nigel Griffiths <nag@uk.ibm.com>

This manual page was written by Giuseppe Iuculano <giuseppe@iuculano.it>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

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