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pmgr - Performance Manager
[-Vf] [-s "category command"] [-D session] [-h] [-r] [-l]
Performance Manager monitors nodes in a distributed computer
environment. Each node to be monitored must run a Performance Manager
- -D session
Specifies the session file name to be loaded. If not specified, the default
session file is loaded.
Prevents the identity screen from being displayed. Instead, the GUI's main
window is displayed.
Displays a usage message that includes all of the available flags. The
GUI is not displayed.
- -s "category command"
Specifies a command to run. (See the Execute menu in Performance Manager's
main window for a list of available commands.) Each command belongs to one
or more categories, and the category name is required.
Verifies that the GUI installed properly. Use this during the
installation verification procedure (IVP).
Returns the version number of Performance Manager.
Changes the log for Performance Manager.
This command also uses the standard X Window options. See
If you do not use the -display option (see
your DISPLAY environment variable must be set to the node on which you want to
use Performance Manager. This node should be a Digital UNIX node running the
Common Desktop Environment (CDE) window server, or a PC with Digital eXcursion.
Nodes running other operating systems and other window servers might work, but
only Digital UNIX and CDE are guaranteed to work.
This command should be issued from a
account. If not, the permissions on the GUI's log file,
must be changed so non-root users can write to it. For example:
# chmod 666 /var/opt/pm/log/pmgr_gui.log
Soft link to
Performance Manager log file
Performance Manager message file
Directory containing Performance Manager files
Performance Manager default session
Performance Manager User's Guide
- SEE ALSO
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