UNIX Resources Performance Counters

The following default measurements are available for the UNIX machine:

Measurement
Description
Average load
Average number of processes simultaneously in Ready state during the last minute
Collision rate
Collisions per second detected on the Ethernet
Context switches rate
Number of switches between processes or threads, per second
CPU utilization
Percent of time that the CPU is utilized
Disk rate
Rate of disk transfers
Incoming packets error rate
Errors per second while receiving Ethernet packets
Incoming packets rate
Incoming Ethernet packets per second
Interrupt rate
Number of device interrupts per second
Outgoing packets errors rate
Errors per second while sending Ethernet packets
Outgoing packets rate
Outgoing Ethernet packets per second
Page-in rate
Number of pages read to physical memory, per second
Page-out rate
Number of pages written to pagefile(s) and removed from physical memory, per second
Paging rate
Number of pages read to physical memory or written to pagefile(s), per second
Swap-in rate
Number of processes being swapped
Swap-out rate
Number of processes being swapped
System mode CPU utilization
Percent of time that the CPU is utilized in system mode
User mode CPU utilization
Percent of time CPU is utilized in user mode

Note: In the Linux Kernel Statistics dialog box, selecting the Recover Connection check box enables the Controller to try to recover a broken connection to a monitored Linux server. If the Recover Connection check box is not selected, a broken connection will be maintained until the end of the Controller session, and as a result server details will not be received from the monitored server. By default, the Recover Connection check box is selected.

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