22 August 2007

AIX Diagnostics

I have a personal diagnostic list to exactly make a QA (Quality Assurance) or to do a detailed diagnostic. Its very useful if you have a lot of machines to see. Here we go (its nice if you can make a script and use it, I have one, of course)

Model name

lsattr -E -l sys0 | grep modelname

AIX Version

oslevel –fr

Filesets

instfix -i | grep AIX

Processors

lsdev | grep proc

Memory

svmon –G

Disk Space

lsvg –o | lsvg –i

Mirroring

lsvg –o | lsvg –i –l

Boot

bootlist –m normal –o

Hardware configuration

lscfg

Diagnostic

diag

Users

cat /etc/passwd

Detailed errorlog

errpt -a

Inittab

cat /etc/inittab

Dump device

lslv –l <dump device>

Physical disks

lspv

Volume Groups

lsvg

Logical volumes

lsvg –o | lsvg –i –l

Mount

mount

Paging Space

lsps –a

Inetd

cat /etc/inetd.conf

Configured network interfaces

ifconfig –a

NFS

exportfs

Kernel

bootinfo –y

Multithread

smtctl

Filesets

lppchk –v


I/O and VM Diags


topas

vmstat 1 10

iostat 1 10

2 comments:

  1. Oh brother, reminds me of when I tried porting a rather large application to AIX. Without knowing anything about it. Boy did I not have fun with that.

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  2. Hi there...

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