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1 Sun Management Center Agent Titlepage Supports Management Module SM-SUN1000 Device Management

2 Copyright Notice Document Copyright April 2002 Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States government is subject to the restrictions set forth in DFARS (c)(1)(ii) and FAR Liability Disclaimer Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. ( Aprisma ) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice. In all cases, the reader should contact Aprisma to inquire if any changes have been made. The hardware, firmware, or software described in this manual is subject to change without notice. IN NO EVENT SHALL APRISMA, ITS EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AGENTS, OR AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS MANUAL OR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN IT, EVEN IF APRISMA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF, HAS KNOWN, OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Trademark, Service Mark, and Logo Information SPECTRUM, IMT, and the SPECTRUM IMT/VNM logo are registered trademarks of Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., or its affiliates. APRISMA, APRISMA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES, the APRISMA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES logo, MANAGE WHAT MATTERS, DCM, VNM, SpectroGRAPH, SpectroSERVER, Inductive Modeling Technology, Device Communications Manager, SPECTRUM Security Manager, and Virtual Network Machine are unregistered trademarks of Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., or its affiliates. For a complete list of Aprisma trademarks, service marks, and trade names, go to All referenced trademarks, service marks, and trade names identified in this document, whether registered or unregistered, are the intellectual property of their respective owners. No rights are granted by Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., to use such marks, whether by implication, estoppel, or otherwise. If you have comments or concerns about trademark or copyright references, please send an to we will do our best to help. Restricted Rights Notice (Applicable to licenses to the United States government only.) This software and/or user documentation is/are provided with RESTRICTED AND LIMITED RIGHTS. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the government is subject to restrictions as set forth in FAR (June 1987) Alternate III (g)(3) (June 1987), FAR (June 1987), or DFARS (c)(1)(ii) (June 1988), and/or in similar or successor clauses in the FAR or DFARS, or in the DOD or NASA FAR Supplement, as applicable. Contractor/manufacturer is Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. In the event the government seeks to obtain the software pursuant to standard commercial practice, this software agreement, instead of the noted regulatory clauses, shall control the terms of the government's license. Virus Disclaimer Aprisma makes no representations or warranties to the effect that the licensed software is virus-free. Aprisma has tested its software with current virus-checking technologies. However, because no anti-virus system is 100 percent effective, we strongly recommend that you write-protect the licensed software and verify (with an anti-virus system in which you have confidence) that the licensed software, prior to installation, is virus-free. Contact Information Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. 273 Corporate Drive Portsmouth, NH Phone: U.S. toll-free: Web site: Device Management Page 2 Sun Management Center Agent

3 Contents INTRODUCTION 5 Purpose and Scope...5 Required Reading...5 Supported Devices...6 The SPECTRUM Model...7 TASKS 9 DEVICE VIEW 10 Interface Icons...11 Interface Icon Subviews Menu...12 Secondary Address Panel...13 DEVICE TOPOLOGY VIEW 14 APPLICATION VIEWS 15 Main Application View...15 Supported Applications...16 Common Applications...16 Device-Specific MIBs...17 Device-Specific Applications...18 PERFORMANCE VIEWS 19 CONFIGURATION VIEWS 20 Device Configuration View Client Configuration View HOST SYSTEM HEALTH 22 CPU Health Information View CPU Fault Statistics View CPU Interrupts View CPU I/O Statistics View CPU Miscellaneous Information View CPU Page Statistics View CPU Process In States Group View CPU Process Statistics View CPU Register Window Statistics View CPU System Calls View CPU Utilization Times View File System Information View NFS Client Information (BASIC) RPC Client View NFS Server Information (BASIC) NFS File System View (AMS) Disk Transactions View (AMS) UFS File System (AMS) File & Scan Information View (AMS) Disk Service Times View (AMS) VXFS File System View (AMS) System Memory Information View Device Management Page 3 Sun Management Center Agent

4 Contents Contents Link Information Statistics View (AMS)...45 Queue Cache Group View (AMS)...45 Qband Cache Group View (Basic)...46 Stream Head Cache Group View (BASIC)...46 Streams Event Cache Statistics View (BASIC)...47 Streams Msg Group View (BASIC)...47 Syncq Cache Group View (Basic)...48 Physical Memory (BASIC)...48 Ram Mem Paging (BASIC)...48 System Information View...49 Load Averages (BASIC)...49 User Information (AMS)...49 Swap Space Statistics (BASIC)...49 MODEL INFORMATION VIEW 51 INDEX 52 Device Management Page 4 Sun Management Center Agent

5 Introduction This section introduces the SPECTRUM Device Management documentation for the Sun Management Center Agent. This introduction contains the following topics: Purpose and Scope Required Reading Supported Devices (Page 6) The SPECTRUM Model (Page 7) Purpose and Scope Use this document as a guide for managing the Sun Management Center Agent devices described on Page 6 with SPECTRUM management module SM-SUN1000. This document describes the icons, menus, and views that enable you to remotely monitor, configure, and troubleshoot Sun Management Center Agent devices through software models in your SPECTRUM database. Information specific to SM-SUN1000 is what is primarily included in this document. For general information about device management using SPECTRUM and explanations of SPECTRUM functionality and navigation techniques, refer to the topics listed under Required Reading. Required Reading To use this documentation effectively, you must be familiar with the information covered by the other SPECTRUM online documents listed below. Getting Started with SPECTRUM for Operators Getting Started with SPECTRUM for Administrators How to Manage Your Network with SPECTRUM SPECTRUM Views SPECTRUM Menus SPECTRUM Icons SPECTRUM Software Release Notice Device Management Page 5 Sun Management Center Agent

6 Introduction Supported Devices SPECTRUM management module SM-SUN1000 currently lets you model Sun workstations running the Sun Management Center Agent. There are three individual packages of the Sun Management Center: Basic Package - Provides basic hardware management and monitoring. Advanced Systems Monitoring - Provides full kernel reader functionality, Solaris health monitoring, file system monitoring, directory size monitoring, process monitoring, and log viewing. Premier Management Applications - Provides a web interface to the Sun Management Center Agent, group operations, modules configuration propagation, a command line interface, import/export data functionality, and data view. Supported Devices installed, you will be able to see the views labeled BASIC in the Host System Health (Page 22) section. If either the Advanced Systems Monitoring or the Premier Management Applications packages are installed, you will be able to see the views labeled ASM in addition to those available in the Basic package. Note: The current version of SM-SUN1000 does not allow you to launch the Sun Management Center Console. It also currently supports only those devices that have the Sun Management Center Agent running. It is anticipated that later versions of SPECTRUM will support other Sun devices and agents as well as the ability to launch the console. This management module supports all three packages. The views and information you will be able to see depend on which package they have installed on their system. With the Basic package Device Management Page 6 Sun Management Center Agent

7 Introduction The SPECTRUM Model The model type for the Sun Management Center Agent devices is Host_Sun. Modeling results in the creation of Device icons that represent the devices and Application icons that represent their supported applications. The Device icons contain double-click zones and provide access to Icon Subviews menus that let you perform device management activities such as those listed in Tasks on Page 9. As Figure 1 shows, the appearance of the Device icons varies slightly depending on the kind of view it appears in. Model Name SunMC Figure 1: Large Device icon appears in Device Topology, Location, and Device Interface views. Device Icons Small Device icon appears in Topology and Application views Model Name SunMC The SPECTRUM Model The device-specific Icon Subviews menu options available from the Device icon are listed below. Option Fault Management Accesses the... Opens the Fault Management View. For information on this, refer to How to Manage Your Network with SPECTRUM. Device Device View (Page 10) DevTop Device Topology View (Page 14) Application Application Views (Page 15) Configuration Configuration Views (Page 20) Host System Health Host System Health (Page 22) Sun MC Web Interface > Configure Sun MC Web Interface > Launch Client Configuration View (Page 21) Sun Management Center Web Interface. This element manager allows you to monitor the Host_Sun device online. Model Information Model Information View (Page 51) Primary Application Menu option that lets you select MIB-II as the primary application. The rest of this document covering management module SM-SUN1000 is organized as follows: Device Management Page 7 Sun Management Center Agent

8 Introduction The SPECTRUM Model Tasks (Page 9) Device View (Page 10) Device Topology View (Page 14) Application Views (Page 15) Performance Views (Page 19) Configuration Views (Page 20) Host System Health (Page 22) Model Information View (Page 51). Device Management Page 8 Sun Management Center Agent

9 Tasks This section contains an alphabetical list of device management tasks, with each task providing one or more links to views that let you perform the task. Administrative Information (check) Model Information View (Page 51) Alarm Thresholds (set) Interface Icon Subviews Menu (Page 12) Configuration Information (check) Configuration Views (Page 20) CPU Faults Statistics (check) CPU Fault Statistics View (Page 25) Host System Health (check) CPU Health Information View (Page 23) File System Information View (Page 39) System Memory Information View (Page 45) System Information View (Page 49) Network Type (check) Network Type Label (Page 12) Performance (check) Device View (Page 10) Interface Icons (Page 11) Performance Views (Page 19) Process Information (check) CPU Health Information View (Page 23) CPU Miscellaneous Information View (Page 29) Topology (check) Device Topology View (Page 14) SMC Web Interface (configure) Client Configuration View (Page 21) IP Address (find/change) Device View (Page 10) Secondary Address Panel (Page 13) Device Management Page 9 Sun Management Center Agent

10 Device View This section describes the Device view and subviews available for models of Sun Management Center Agent devices in SPECTRUM. Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Device. This view (Figure 2) uses icons and labels to represent the device and its components, such as modules, ports, and applications. The view provides dynamic configuration and performance information for each of the device s serial and network I/O ports, which are represented by Interface icons in the bottom panel of the view. The middle panel of the view displays a Device icon, which lets you monitor the device operation and access other device-specific views. Figure 2: Device View SpectroGRAPH: Router Device: Model Name File View Tools Bookmarks Help Model Name Contact Description Location Model Name SunMC 1 ON 2 ON SFTWARLPBK lo0 ethernet hme0 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 0:0:1D:F:FD:B Network Address Primary Application Find Phy Addr Interface Description Device Icon MIB-II Sys Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Interface Options Panel Interface Icons Model Name of type Host_Sun of Landscape node: Primary Device Management Page 10 Sun Management Center Agent

11 Device View Interface Icons Figure 3 shows a close-up of an Interface icon from the Device view. Most of the informational labels on the icon also provide double-click access to other views, as explained in the following label descriptions. Figure 3: a b c d e f a Interface Icon b 1 ON ethernet fxp0 0:0:1D:F:FD:B Interface Number Label IF Status Label Interface Type Label Network Type Label Physical Address Label IP Address Label c d e f Interface Icons Interface Number Label This label displays the interface (port) number. IF Status Label This label displays the current status of the interface for the primary application selected, e.g., MIB-II App. Table 1 lists the possible label color representations. Note that the color of the label also depends on the interface s current Administrative Status, which you set in the Interface Configuration view. This view can be accessed by double-clicking the Interface Type label. Table 1: Color Interface Status Label Colors Operational Status Administrative Status Green up up ON Blue down down OFF Yellow down up OFF Label Text Red testing testing TEST Interface Type Label This label identifies the interface type (Ethernet, ATM, etc.). Double-click this label to access the Interface Configuration view, see the SPECTRUM Views documentation. Device Management Page 11 Sun Management Center Agent

12 Device View Network Type Label This label identifies the type of network to which the interface is connected. Double-click the label to open the Model Information view for the interface. Physical Address Label This label displays the physical (MAC) address of the interface. Double-click this label to open the IF Address Translation Table. IP Address Label This label displays the IP address for the interface. Double-click this label to open the Secondary Address Panel (Page 13), which lets you change the address and mask for the interface. Interface Icon Subviews Menu Table 2 lists the device-specific interface Icon Subviews menu options and the views to which they provide access. Detail Table 2: Option IF Configuration Address Translation Table Secondary Address Panel Thresholds Model Information Trap Configuration Interface Icon Subviews Menu Interface Icon Subviews Menu Accesses the... Interface Detail view, which displays packet, error, and discard breakdown statistics for the interface. Interface Configuration view (see SPECTRUM Views). Address Translation Table (AT) (see SPECTRUM Views). Secondary Address Panel (Page 13). Interface Threshold view, which lets you set the on/off alarm thresholds for load, packet rate, error rate, and % discarded for the interface. Model Information View (Page 51). Interface Trap Configuration view (see How to Manage Your Network with SPECTRUM). Device Management Page 12 Sun Management Center Agent

13 Device View Secondary Address Panel Secondary Address Panel Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface icon in the Device view, select Secondary Address Panel. This panel provides a table of IP addresses and masks obtained from the Address Translation table within the device s firmware. You can change the current address displayed in the IP Address field by selecting an entry from the table in this panel and clicking the Update button. Device Management Page 13 Sun Management Center Agent

14 Device Topology View This section describes the Device Topology view available for models of the Sun Management Center Agent devices. Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Device Topology. The Device Topology view (Figure 4) shows the connections between a modeled device and other network entities. The lower panel of the view uses Interface icons to represent the device s serial, network, and I/O ports. These icons provide the same information and menu options as those in the Device View (Page 10). If a device is connected to a particular interface, a Device icon appears on the vertical bar above the Interface icon along with an icon representing the network group that contains the device. Refer to the SPECTRUM Views documentation for details on Device Topology view. Figure 4: Device Topology View SpectroGRAPH: Device Topology: Model Name File View Tools Bookmarks Help Graphic of Sun Mgt. Center Agent Device Model Name SunMC 1 ON 2 ON SFTWARLPBK lo0 0:0:1D:F:FD:B6 ethernet hme0 0:0:1D:F:FD:B Model Name of type Host_Sun of Landscape node: Primary Device Management Page 14 Sun Management Center Agent

15 Application Views This section describes the main Application view available for models of Sun Management Center Agent devices in SPECTRUM. Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Application. Figure 5: Main Application View Main Application View When a device model is created, SPECTRUM automatically creates models for each of the major and minor applications supported by the device. The main Application view identifies all of these application models, shows their current condition status, and provides access to application-specific subviews. Figure 5 shows this view in the Icon mode. If you prefer the List mode, which displays applications as text labels, select View > Mode > List. For more information on this view, refer to the MIBs and the Application View documentation. SpectroGRAPH: Application: Model Name File View Tools Bookmarks Model Name Contact Description Location Network Address System Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Model Name Host_Sun 6E132_25 Help Model Name of type Host_Sun of Landscape node: Primary Device Management Page 15 Sun Management Center Agent

16 Application Views Supported Applications SPECTRUM s applications can be grouped within two general categories as follows: Applications associated with non proprietary MIBs. See Common Applications below. Applications associated with device-specific MIBs. See Device-Specific MIBs (Page 17). Common Applications For the most part, these applications represent the non proprietary MIBs supported by your device. Listed below (beneath the title of the SPECTRUM document that describes them) are some of the common applications currently supported by SPECTRUM. Note: The documents listed below (in bold font) are available for viewing at: Routing Applications - Generic Routing - Repeater - AppleTalk - DECnet - OSPF - OSPF2 - BGP4 - VRRP - RFC 2932 Bridging Applications - Ethernet Special Database - Spanning Tree - Static - Transparent - PPP Bridging - Source Routing - Translation - QBridge MIB II Applications - SNMP - IP - ICMP - TCP - System2 - UDP Transmission Applications - FDDI - Point to Point - DS1 - DS3 - RS-232 Supported Applications Device Management Page 16 Sun Management Center Agent

17 Application Views - WAN - Frame Relay - Token Ring - Ethernet - Fast Ethernet - RFC 1317App - RFC 1285App - RFC 1315App App - SONET Technology Applications - APPN - ATM Client - DHCP - DLSw - PNNI - RFC 1316App - RFC RFC RFC RFC 2925 DOCSIS Applications - DOCSISCblDvApp - DOCSISQOSApp - DOCSISBPI2App - DOCSISBPIApp - DOCSISIFApp Supported Applications Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Applications - ADSL Device-Specific MIBs SPECTRUM imports the following device-level proprietary MIBs into its database: file-scan.mib health-monitor-mib.mib kernel-reader-mib.mib nfsmon-mib.mib nfsstat-mib.mib print-spool-mib.mib process-details-mib.mib process-monitor.mib trap-mib.mib These MIBs can be used in conjunction with SPECTRUM s optional customization products (referred to as the Level I Tool Kits) to create application models and views that display the condition of selected MIB objects. Device Management Page 17 Sun Management Center Agent

18 Application Views Supported Applications Note: Aprisma Management Technologies can provide training, technical assistance, and custom engineering support services for creating application models and their associated views. Device-Specific Applications SPECTRUM management module SM-SUN1000 currently does not support any device-specific applications. Device Management Page 18 Sun Management Center Agent

19 Performance Views This section introduces the Performance view. For details concerning this view, refer to the SPECTRUM Views documentation. Performance views display performance statistics in terms of a set of transmission attributes, e.g., cell rates, frame rates, % error, etc. A typical view is shown in Figure 6. The instantaneous condition of each transmission attribute is recorded in a graph. The statistical information for each attribute is presented in the adjacent table. Figure 6: Performance View SpectroGRAPH: Type Routing File View Tools Bookmarks Model Name Contact Description Location Network Address Primary Application System Up Time Manufacturer Device Type Serial Number Generally, you determine performance at the device level through Performance views accessed from the Device and Application icons. You determine performance at the port/interface level through Performance views accessed from Interface icons. 0:40:0 0:30:0 0:20:0 Value Average Peak Value Log * Frame Rate % Delivered % Forwarded % Transmit % Error % Discarded 0 *Frames per second Graph Properties Scroll to Date-Time Detail IP Address of Host_Sun Landscape node: Primary Device Management Page 19 Sun Management Center Agent

20 Configuration Views This section describes the various Configuration views available for models of the Sun Management Center Agent devices in SPECTRUM. Configuration views let you see and modify current settings for the modeled device and its interfaces, ports, and applications. The following Configuration views are available for models of Sun Management Center Agent devices: Device Configuration View (Page 20) Client Configuration View (Page 21) Model Name Figure 7: File View Tools Bookmarks Description Location Device Configuration View SpectroGRAPH: Model Name Contact Manufacturer Sys Up Time Configuration View Net Address Device Type Serial Number Help Device Configuration View Contact Status Number of Interfaces Interface Address Table Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Configuration. A typical Device Configuration view is shown in Figure 7. Generally, this view includes a few fields that display device information as well as an Interface Configuration Table that lists interface parameters, some of which can be changed (see SPECTRUM Views). Some Device Configuration views include one or more buttons that provide access to device-specific configuration information. Sort Find Update Interface Configuration Table Index Type Physical Address Oper Status Admin Status IP Address of type Host_Sun of Landsape node: Primary Device Management Page 20 Sun Management Center Agent

21 Configuration Views Client Configuration View Client Configuration View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select SMC Web Interface > Configure. This view allows you to enter the host name and port number of the web server running the Sun Management Center (SMC) software. This allows you to configure SPECTRUM so when you select the SMC Web Interface option, it will connect you to the appropriate host and TCP IP port number. Host Name The system name where Sun Management Center is running. TCP Port Number The TCP IP port number to which the PC is connected. Device Management Page 21 Sun Management Center Agent

22 This section describes the various Host System Health views available for models of the Sun Management Center Agent devices in SPECTRUM. Host System Health views and subviews let you view system health information for the modeled device. The following Host System Health views are available for models of Sun Management Center Agent devices (see Supported Devices on Page 6 for more information about the Sun Management Center Agent): CPU Health Information View (Page 23) File System Information View (Page 39) System Memory Information View (Page 45) System Information View (Page 49) Views labeled BASIC in this section can be seen if you have the Basic package installed. If either the Advanced Systems Monitoring or the Premier Management Applications packages are installed, you will be able to see the views labeled ASM in addition to those available in the Basic package. Note: Double-clicking on a table entry in most Host System Health views accesses a single screen view containing all the information for that table entry. This is so you don t have to scroll to the right in tables with many columns. Device Management Page 22 Sun Management Center Agent

23 CPU Health Information View Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon, select Host System Health > CPU. Note: While the CPU Health Information view containing the Process Table is available to users with the Basic package of the Sun Management Center installed, its button-accessed subviews are only available if either the Advanced Systems Monitoring or the Premier Management Applications packages are installed. This view contains a Process Table and button access to CPU health subviews. The table and buttons are described below. The Process Table shows monitoring information for processes running on the host. Each row in this table corresponds to a process. This table contains the following information. UserId The user ID of the process owner. ProcessID The process ID of the process. CPU Health Information View ParentProcessID The parent process ID of the process. StartTime The starting time of the process, given in hours, minutes, and seconds. ControlTTY The controlling terminal for the process. When there is no controlling terminal, this value will be?. ExecutionTime The cumulative execution time for the process. Address The memory address of the process. Command The command name by which the process was started. CommandLine The full command line, with command arguments, by which the process was started. EgroupID The effective group ID of the process. EUserID The effective user ID of the process. GroupID The group ID of the process owner. Device Management Page 23 Sun Management Center Agent

24 Nice Nice value, used in computing priority. Only processes in the time-sharing class have a value for nice. PercentCPUTime Percent of CPU time being consumed by the process. PercentMemory Percent of memory being consumed by the process. Priority The priority of the process. Higher numbers mean higher priority. ProcessGroupID Process group ID of the process. SchedulingClass Scheduling class of the process. SessionID Session ID of the process. Size The image size (in number of pages) of the swappable process in the main memory. State The state of the process as shown in Table 3. O S R I Z T X CPU Health Information View Table 3: Process State Process States Description Process is running on a processor. Sleeping: process is waiting for an event to complete. Runnable: process is on run queue. Idle: process is being created. Zombie state: process terminated and parent not waiting. Traced: process stopped by a signal because parent is tracing it. SXBRK state: process is waiting for more primary memory. UserName The user ID of the process owner. This is the login name of the process owner. Device Management Page 24 Sun Management Center Agent

25 WaitChannel The address of an event for which the process is sleeping, or in SXBRK state. If the process is running, this value is blank. CPU Fault Statistics View Faults This button opens the CPU Fault Statistics view. The following fields appear in this view. Instance The CPU number. Minor hat_faults The rate of the number of minor page faults via hat_fault(). The number of minor page faults via hat_fault() is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Minor as_faults The rate of the number of minor page faults via as_fault(). The number of minor page faults via as_fault() is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is CPU Health Information View X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Major Page The rate of the number of major page faults. The number of major page faults is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - CopyOnWrite The rate of the number of copy-on-write faults. The number of copy-on-write faults is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Protection The rate of the number of protection faults. The number of protection faults is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Device Management Page 25 Sun Management Center Agent

26 SW Lock The rate of the number of faults due to software locking req. The number of faults is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - as_faults The rate of number of as_faults() in kernel addr space. The number of as_faults() in kernel addr space is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - CPU Interrupts View Interrupts This button opens the CPU Interrupts view. The following fields appear in this view. Instance The CPU number. Context Switches The rate of the number of context switches. The number of context switches is calculated at CPU Health Information View different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Traps The rate of the number of traps. The number of traps is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Device The rate of the number of device interrupts. The number of device interrupts is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Threads The rate of the number of interrupts as threads. The number of interrupts as threads is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Device Management Page 26 Sun Management Center Agent

27 Locked Preempted Released The rate of the number of interrupts locked, preempted, or released. The number of interrupts locked, preempted, or released is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - CPU I/O Statistics View I/O Statistics This button opens the CPU I/O Statistics view. The following fields appear in this view. Instance The CPU number. Phy Blks Read The rate of the number of physical blocks read. The number of physical blocks read is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - CPU Health Information View Phy Blks Write The rate of the number of physical blocks written (sync or async). The number of physical blocks written is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Log Blks Read The rate of the number of logical blocks read. The number of logical blocks read is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Log Blocks Write The rate of the number of logical blocks written. The number of logical blocks written is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Raw I/O Reads The rate of the cumulative number of raw I/O reads. The cumulative number of raw I/O reads is calculated at different times, either when the Device Management Page 27 Sun Management Center Agent

28 refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Raw I/O Writes The rate of the cumulative number of raw I/O writes. The cumulative number of raw I/O writes is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Bytes Read The rate of the number of bytes read by rdwr(). The number of bytes read by rdwr() is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Bytes Written The rate of the number of bytes written by rdwr(). The number of bytes written by rdwr() is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - CPU Health Information View Term Input Chars The rate of the number of terminal input characters. The number of terminal input characters is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Canonical Mode Chars The rate of the number of characters handled in canonical mode. The number of characters handled in canonical mode is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Term Output Chars The rate of the number of terminal output characters. The number of terminal output characters is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Phy Blks Async Write The rate of the number of asynchronous physical block writes. The number of asynchronous Device Management Page 28 Sun Management Center Agent

29 physical block writes is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - CPU Miscellaneous Information View Misc Info This button opens the CPU Miscellaneous Information view. A Process Information table and the following fields appear in this view. CPUs Total number of CPUs. Running Number of processes in the run queue. Waiting Number of processes blocked for resources. Swapped Number of processes runnable but swapped. Spins on Mutexes The sum of spins on mutexes (where a lock is not acquired on the first try) for all CPUs. Instance The CPU number. CPU Health Information View Context Switches The rate of the number of context switches. The number of context switches is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - thread_creates The rate of the number of thread_create() calls. The number of thread_create() calls is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Migrations The rate of the number of CPU migrations by threads. The number of CPU migrations by threads is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Device Management Page 29 Sun Management Center Agent

30 Xcalls The rate of the number of xcalls to other CPU. The number of xcalls to other CPU is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Failed Mutex Calls The rate of the number of failed mutex enters. The number of failed mutex enters is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - RW Reader Fails The rate of the number of rw reader failures. The number of rw reader failures is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - RW Writer Fails The rate of the number of rw writer failures. The number of rw writer failures is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is CPU Health Information View reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Module Loads The rate of the number of times loadable modules loaded. The number of times loadable modules loaded is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Module Unloads The rate of the number of times loadable modules unloaded. The number of times loadable modules unloaded is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - RW Lock Tries The rate of the number of tries to acquire rw lock. The number of tries to acquire rw lock is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Device Management Page 30 Sun Management Center Agent

31 CPU Page Statistics View Page Info This button opens the CPU Page Statistics view. The following fields appear in this view. Instance The CPU number. Page Reclaims The rate of the number of page reclaims including pageout. The number of page reclaims including pageout is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Free List Reclaims The rate of the number of page reclaims from free list. The number of page reclaims from free list is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - PageIns The rate of the number of page ins. The number of page ins is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a CPU Health Information View manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - PagedIns The rate of the number of pages paged in. The number of pages paged in is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - PageOuts The rate of the number of page outs. The number of page outs is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - PagedOut The rate of the number of pages paged out. The number of pages paged out is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Device Management Page 31 Sun Management Center Agent

32 SwapIns The rate of the number of swapins. The number of swapins is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Swapped In The rate of the number of pages swapped in. The number of pages swapped in is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - SwapOuts The rate of the number of swapouts. The number of swapouts is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Zero Filled The rate of the number of pages zero filled on demand. The number of pages zero filled on demand is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is CPU Health Information View X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Freed The rate of the number of pages freed by daemon or auto. The number of pages freed by daemon or auto is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Scanned The rate of the number of pages examined by pageout daemons. The number of pages examined by pageout daemons is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Daemon Hand Revs The rate of the number of revolutions of the page daemon hands. The number of revolutions of the page daemon hands is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Device Management Page 32 Sun Management Center Agent

33 Pager Run The rate of the number of times pager was scheduled. The number of times pager was scheduled is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - CPU Process In States Group View Process States This button opens the CPU Process In States Group view. The following fields appear in this view. Number of CPUs Total number of CPUs. Proc Blocked Number of processes blocked for resources. Proc In Run Queue Number of processes in the run queue. Proc Ready In Swap Number of processes runnable but swapped. CPU Health Information View CPU Process Statistics View Process Stats This button opens the CPU Process Statistics view. The following fields appear in this view. Row Status The row status. Entry Name The process entry name that is unique within the table. This name represents process(es) grouped depending upon process user id and regular expressions for process command name and process argument. Command NameRX The process command name regular expression pattern. This is used as a filter expression to select the processes having a command name matching this expression. ArgumentRX The process argument regular expression pattern. This is used as a filter expression to select the processes which have an argument that matches this expression. UID spec User ID of the process. Device Management Page 33 Sun Management Center Agent

34 Entry Desc The description of the process entry. Monitoring State The monitoring state of the entry. The value is ON when the row entry is enabled and OFF when the row entry is disabled. Pct CPUTime The percent CPU used by all the processes in this group. Command Name The process command name. Size The total size of all the processes in this group. RSS The resident size of all the processes in this group. Count The number of the processes in this group. CPU Health Information View CPU Register Window Statistics View RegisterWindow This button opens the CPU Register Window Statistics view. The following fields appear in this view. Instance The CPU number. User OverFlow The rate of the number of register window user overflows. The number of register window user overflows is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - User UnderFlow The rate of the number of register window user underflows. The number of register window user underflows is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Device Management Page 34 Sun Management Center Agent

35 System OverFlow The rate of the number of register window system overflows. The number of register window system overflows is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - System UnderFlow The rate of the number of register window system underflows. The number of register window system underflows is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Total OverFlow The rate of the number of register window system user overflows. The number of register window system user overflows is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - CPU Health Information View CPU System Calls View System Table This button opens the CPU System Calls view. The following fields appear in this view. Instance The CPU number. Calls The rate of the number of system calls made. The number of system calls made is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Reads The rate of the number of system reads using read() and readv(). The number of system reads using read() and readv() is calculated at different times, either when the refresh interval is reached or when a manual refresh is issued. If at time T1 the value is X and at time T2 the value is Y then this field returns a value equal to (Y - Writes The rate of the number of system writes using write() and writev(). The number of system writes using write() and writev() is calculated at different Device Management Page 35 Sun Management Center Agent

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