RE: Need some ideas to create a disk IOPS profile for a RHEL 5.3 64bit system

How are you generating the load ?  Orion is a good tool in that regard.

 

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[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Taylor, Chris David
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Subject: Need some ideas to create a disk IOPS profile for a RHEL 5.3
64bit system

 

Ok, 

 

The subject pretty much says it all - I need some ideas on how to create
an IO profile (specific to the disk I/O) for a server over "x" amount of
time under the following constraints:

 

1.)    Grid Control is not installed, but DBConsole is

2.)    I have access to all standard system tools such as iostat, sar,
etc

3.)    I have access to the database itself with AWR data collection
enabled

 

I need to capture average reads & writes along with queue amounts and
times.

 

I have used sar -dp for short intervals, but I have to modify the output
with vim and then import into excel to get it in a nice readable format.
There has got to be a better way.

 

Thanks,

 

Chris

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