Deployment Architecture

AIX / *NIX standard monitor scripts

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The standard *INX scripts, CPU, MEM, DISK, etc. work fine on my linux servers.

But, Not at all on my AIX servers (AIX 5.3); just says "No result data".

Are there different versions of the cpu.sh etc... scripts for AIX?

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below is CPU's script for AIX (our SE rewrote base on splunk's original *NIX apps)

#!/bin/sh
# Copyright (C) 2005-2009 Splunk Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
# Vainstein K 15may2009
# Jacky Ho, Systex 28oct2009 ( AIX v1.0 )

. `dirname $0`/common.sh

HEADER='CPU    pctUser    pctNice  pctSystem  pctIowait    pctIdle'
HEADERIZE="BEGIN {print \"$HEADER\"}"
PRINTF='{printf "%-3s  %9s  %9s  %9s  %9s  %9s\n", cpu, pctUser, pctNice, pctSystem, pctIowait, pctIdle}'

if [ "x$KERNEL" = "xLinux" ] ; then
    queryHaveCommand sar
    FOUND_SAR=$?
    queryHaveCommand mpstat
    FOUND_MPSTAT=$?
    if [ $FOUND_SAR -eq 0 ] ; then
        CMD='sar -P ALL 1 1'
        FORMAT='{cpu=$(NF-6); pctUser=$(NF-5); pctNice=$(NF-4); pctSystem=$(NF-3); pctIowait=$(NF-2); pctIdle=$NF}'
    elif [ $FOUND_MPSTAT -eq 0 ] ; then
        CMD='mpstat -P ALL 1 1'
        FORMAT='{cpu=$(NF-9); pctUser=$(NF-8); pctNice=$(NF-7); pctSystem=$(NF-6); pctIowait=$(NF-5); pctIdle=$(NF-1)}'
    else
        failLackMultipleCommands sar mpstat
    fi
    FILTER='/Average|Linux|^$|%/ {next} (NR==1) {next}'
elif [ "x$KERNEL" = "xSunOS" ] ; then
    if [ $SOLARIS_8 -o $SOLARIS_9 ] ; then
        CMD='mpstat -p 1 2'
    else
        CMD='mpstat -q -p 1 2'
    fi
    assertHaveCommand $CMD
    FILTER='(NR<=2) {next} ($1 == "0") {inBlock=1} (!inBlock) {next}'
    FORMAT='{cpu=$1; pctUser=$(NF-4); pctNice="?"; pctSystem=$(NF-3); pctIowait=$(NF-2); pctIdle=$(NF-1)}'
elif [ "x$KERNEL" = "xAIX" ] ; then
    queryHaveCommand sar
    FOUND_SAR=$?
        if [ $FOUND_SAR -eq 0 ] ; then
        CMD='sar -P ALL 1 1'
        FORMAT='{sub("^-", "all", $1); cpu=$(NF-4); pctUser=$(NF-3); pctNice="?"; pctSystem=$(NF-2); pctIowait=$(NF-1); pctIdle=$NF}'
        fi
    FILTER='/System|AIX|^$|%/ {next}'
elif [ "x$KERNEL" = "xDarwin" ] ; then
    CMD='sar -u 1'
    assertHaveCommand $CMD
    FILTER='($0 !~ "Average") {next}'
    FORMAT='{cpu="all"; pctUser=$2; pctNice=$3; pctSystem=$4; pctIdle=$5; pctIowait="?"}'
elif [ "x$KERNEL" = "xFreeBSD" ] ; then
    CMD='iostat -C -c 2'
    assertHaveCommand $CMD
    FILTER='(NR<4) {next}'
    FORMAT='{cpu="all"; pctUser=$(NF-4); pctNice=$(NF-3); pctSystem=$(NF-2); pctIdle=$NF; pctIowait="?"}'
fi

$CMD | tee $TEE_DEST | $AWK "$HEADERIZE $FILTER $FORMAT $PRINTF"  header="$HEADER"
echo "Cmd = [$CMD];  | $AWK '$HEADERIZE $FILTER $FORMAT $PRINTF' header=\"$HEADER\"" >> $TEE_DEST

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Splunk Employee

Instead of
queryHaveCommand sar
FOUND_SAR=$?
if [ $FOUND_SAR -eq 0 ] ; then
...
fi

, just say

assertHaveCommand sar

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