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SOS Screen Selection Menu

Screen Selection Menu Screen

To access the Screen Selection Menu screen from any SOS display screen, type s at the SOS Enter command: prompt.




Figure 6.1 SOS Screen Selection Menu
To return to the SOS program from the Screen Selection Menu screen, press the Enter key.

Screen Selection Commands

To view one of the screens listed in the Screen Selection Menu, type the screen’s corresponding command key at the Enter screen ID: command prompt. Each screen is described briefly in Table 6.1. More detailed explanations are presented later.


NOTE All command keys are case-sensitive.


Table 6.1 SOS Screen Selection Menu command keys
Key
Screen Title
Description
g
Global Summary
Displays a basic, overall picture of your system’s performance. See "SOS Global Summary".
c
CPU Summary
Reports the general state of one or more CPUs. See "SOS CPU Summary".
m
Memory Summary
Provides a more detailed look at memory performance data. See "SOS Memory Summary".
d
Disk I/O Summary
Displays a summary of performance data for all disks on the system. See "SOS Disk I/O Summary".
r
Disk Controller I/O Summary
Provides a summary of the different kinds of disk read and write actions performed per second for each disk controller. The read and write actions are categorized as physical, user, system, virtual memory, or raw. See "SOS Disk Controller I/O Summary".
v
Volume Summary
Displays information for each logical volume and volume group. See "SOS Volume Summary".
i
Global I/O Summary
Provides information about local and remote I/Os from a system-wide perspective. See "SOS Global I/O Detail".
f
Files System I/O Summary
Displays the logical and physical read and write rates for each file system. See "SOS File System I/O Summary".
s
File System Space Summary
Shows the block and fragment size, space usage, and inode usage for each file system. See "SOS File System Space Summary".
l
Network Summary
Displays network performance information, including protocol data and network interface information. See "SOS Network Summary".
n
NFS Summary
Provides information about the Network File System (NFS). See "SOS NFS Summary".
w
Swap Summary
Provides information on system swap space utilization. See "SOS Swap Summary".
u
User Summary
Reveals how each user is utilizing system resources. See "SOS User Summary".
t
Terminal Summary
Displays information about the activity of the individual terminals. See "SOS Terminal Summary".
b
System Table Summary
Reports the configuration and utilization of several system tables and caches. See "SOS System Table Summary".
y
System Configuration
Shows significant system configuration parameters. See "SOS System Configuration Summary".
h
Device Configuration
Provides a listing of hardware and pseudo devices that are configured on your system. See "SOS Device Configuration Summary".
p
Pulse Points
Lists the key indicators of performance that appear on the Global Summary screen and categorizes each level of performance as acceptable, questionable, or unacceptable. See "SOS Pulse Points Summary".
k
Workload Definitions
Displays the application workload definitions (workdefs) file. See "SOS Workload Definitions".
P
Process Detail
Displays the performance of one process in detail. See "SOS Process Detail".
F
Process File Usage
Lists all of the files currently accessed by a process. See "SOS Process File Usage".
M
Process Memory Regions
Displays information about the process’ memory and virtual memory address space usage. See "SOS Process Memory Regions".
W
Workload Detail
Provides detailed information about a specific workload. See "SOS Workload Detail".
D
Disk Detail
Provides detailed performance data about a specified disk. See "SOS Disk Detail".
V
Volume Detail
Provides detailed performance numbers for a specified volume group or logical volume. See "SOS Volume Detail".
O
Oracle Main
Lists all Oracle instances, and shows some important metrics for each, as well as some aggregate statistics (summed over all instances). See "SOS Oracle Main".
L
Oracle Detail Latches
Provides latches statistics. See "SOS Oracle Detail Latches".
A
Oracle Detail Database Activity
Shows statistics related to database activity, locking, sorts, table scans, and changes. See "SOS Oracle Detail Database Activity".
N
Oracle Detail Mem and Net
Contains statistics about memory allocation and network transfers. See "SOS Oracle Detail Memory and Network".
K
Oracle Detail Rollback
Provides statistics about rollback segments. See "SOS Oracle Detail Rollback Segments".
C
Oracle Detail Cache
Displays the most important statistics related to Oracle cache management. See "SOS Oracle Detail Cache".
E
Oracle Detail Events
Shows statistics related to database events. See "SOS Oracle Detail Events".
B
Oracle Detail DBWR
Shows statistics about DBWR, the process that writes the modified buffers into a database. See "SOS Oracle Detail DBWR".
S
Oracle Detail Datafiles
Displays the first 10 data files in order of their activity (the most active first). See "SOS Oracle Detail Datafiles".

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