mpstat, topas -P, w, lparstat, ps, iostat -tT 1, tprofy, curty
vmstat, svmon, ps -o fields , topas, ipcs -m
[ent|tok|fddi|atm]stat, netstat, netpmony, topas -E
iostat, fcstat, lvmstat, filemony, fileplace, topas -D
truss, probevue, tprofy, svmon -P pid , ps -o fields -p pid
topas - The ~ character toggles to nmon-mode in topas
Check for disk stat history collection
lsattr -HEl sys0 -a iostat
Enable historical disk statistic collection
chdev -l sys0 -a iostat=true
Comprehensive detail monitoring
In order to produce a deep and very detailed monitoring, a background nmon process can be run which will collect the data included in the all of the commands above. However the data received this way has to go through an nmon parser to get the data look like something readable. the command syntac for nmon is:
nmon -fT -c <number> -s <number of seconds between samples> -m <file_directory>
What this will do, is put nmon into background and collect data <count> number of times each separated by <numeber of seconds between samples>.
nmon -fT -c 3600 -s 10 -m /tmp
Will create a file *.nmon in /tmp and store there 3600 samples of system data each separated by 10 second interval.