>> with sed,grep and awk possible:
>> /usr/bin/prstat -LZ -n 1,10 1 1 | sed '1,3d' | grep -v Total
>> 0 216 111M 139M 6.8% 0:09:05 0.1% global
>> 20 100 40M 23M 1.1% 0:00:32 0.0% v0136
> Potential improvements on that are:
> $ ps -Leo zone | sort | uniq -c | sort -n
> 1 ZONE
> 110 z1
> 319 global
> $ ps -Lz z1 -o pid= | wc -l
> The reason that these are improvements are:
> - We don't force ps to do any name lookups. If name lookups are
> broken for some reason (e.g. ldap server failure), you want to
> minimize the amount of monitoring that breaks.
> - No use of imprecise grep patterns that could match process names or
> substrings of other zones.
> - If you have a lot of zones, prstat may not list the least active ones.
thanks a lot
evening saved, and learned something ;-)
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