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cpu.sh is not working in new unix app

Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

CPU.sh is required to populate some of the dashboards in the unix app. Unfortunately, when I run cpu.sh manually nothing happens. How do I get this running. I'm using a vanilla install of centOS.

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Re: cpu.sh is not working in new unix app

Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Well, Dimitri, it sounds like quite the problem. 🙂

You may want to make sure that the sysstat package, which includes sar, is installed. Cpu.sh has a dependency on that and unfortunately, until that's installed, you're stuck.

yum -y install sysstat

Once that's installed, restart Splunk and you'll be in good shape.

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Re: cpu.sh is not working in new unix app

Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Thanks Dimitri. And Dimitri.

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Path Finder

Your the man!!! you made my day dude!!!

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New Member

How will this work on SPARC/Solaris11 as there is no sysstat package on Solaris 11?

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Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

systat is only required for linux operating systems. For Solaris, the scripted inputs (top.sh, vmstat.sh, etc) should work with the solaris tools such as prstat, etc.

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Contributor

Thanks......

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New Member

Thank you

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