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Hi Guys, Im a newbie on SLES10 and am currently running vmstat to a file to monitor our vmware server manually each day. I need to find out how to ...
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    vmstat help!


    Hi Guys,

    Im a newbie on SLES10 and am currently running vmstat to a file to monitor our vmware server manually each day.

    I need to find out how to schedule the vmstat or better still have the vmstat running 24/7 saving to a new file each day.

    Are any of the above possible?

    Thanks in advance.

    Terry

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    I'm not familiar with the tool, how do you normally run it? Is it a command line program?

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    Yes the command I currently run is "vmstat -n 60 > [filename]"

    This basically takes a snapshot of performance every 60 seconds and logs it to a file.

    I need to find out if this can be scheduled to save to a new file each day?

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