[Orca-users] Orca on AIX 5.3 with LPAR

David Michaels dragon at raytheon.com
Tue Jan 31 11:13:22 PST 2006

Lots of folks are having trouble downloading the Perl script, because 
when they click on the link, the web server tries to run it as a CGI 
('cause of the .pl extension).  You can get around this by 
right-clicking and selecting 'save as' but some folks are having 
problems with that, too, so I'm just going to go ahead and attach it to 
this message. :)


Dave "Dragon" Michaels wrote:

> GKP Tharan wrote:
>> Greetings!
>> We are running Orca 0.28  (Dev 385) on Solaris 9. The Sun system
>> collects the orcallalotor data from AIX & Sun to publish it.
>> For AIX 5.3, I am using the following orca.pl (script). Then the 
>> percollotar data is copied to the Sun by using rsync.
>> Is  there any latest version of this script that does support AIX 5.3
>> & LPAR?
> Yes, I have a newer version of the script that I've modified from 
> Rajesh's last change.  He and I are using it now (at least, I think 
> he's using it), and I'm pretty sure we have a 5.3 machine running it 
> as well.
> Here is the location for the AIX script we're using.  Note: though it 
> mentions "tsm", it won't include those stats unless you have TSM 
> installed.  You will have to manually modify some variables near the 
> top of the file to fit your environment (OUT_ROOT, INTERVAL, and 
> http://rooth.org/orca/orca-aixtsm-stat.pl
> Here's the RC script I use to launch it at boot, in 
> /etc/rc.d/rc2.d/Sorca :
> http://rooth.org/orca/run-aix-collector.rc
> The script still needs a bit of refining, but you should find it useful.
> Cheers,
> --Dragon
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