In the last episode (Mar 16), Alfred Perlstein said:
> > > In the last episode (Mar 16), Sergey A. Osokin said:
> > > > What do you think about add to libdevstat in/out/other
> > > > statistics? I think transfer great too, but sometimes that's
> > > > not enough.  iostat can't show read and write stats separatly,
> > > > because compute_stats from libdevstat simply sum up all results
> > > > (in/out/other).
> I think what he's saying is that libdevstat is OK, it's just that the
> tools that use it sum up the stats instead of displaying them
> inidividually.
> I would look at fixing iostat because libdevstat seems to provide all
> the data needed.

Yep, that's what I meant.  If anyone is planning on adding features to
iostat, Solaris has some nice features to copy:

 -x  rotates the output so each drive gets its own line, with the
     following info:
              r/s  w/s  kr/s   kw/s wait actv  svc_t  %w  %b

So "iostat -x n 23 2" prints a full-screen display of the first 23
drives in your system, updated every 2 seconds.

        Dan Nelson

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