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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       dxsysinfo - Monitors system information such as CPU activity,
 memory, swap space, and file system usage

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       /usr/bin/X11/dxsysinfo [options]

OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

       Displays the CPU Activity meter.  Shrinks  the  window  so
       that  only  the  General  Information area is visible. The
       -dashview option is ignored when it conflicts  with  other
       options  or  when  all  of  the  components in the General
       Information area were deselected in a previous  invocation
       of  the  System  Information  application.  This option is
       incompatible with the -fs option. If -dashview  is  specified
  with  -fs,  -dashview is ignored.  Displays the File
       System area.  Displays warning lights for file systems and
       swap  space  that have exceeded the recommended threshold.
       Displays the In-Use Memory meter.  Displays the  Available
       Swap meter.

       When  these options are used on the command line, only the
       specified parts of the application are displayed.

       A user preferences file is  created  in  the  user's  home
       directory  the first time the application runs. It records
       user-specified options and any customizations  made  while
       running  the  application.  If  any  of  the  command line
       options other than the -dashview option are used, the System
  Information  application does not read the View state
       settings in the user preferences file.  If  the  -dashview
       option  is  used  on  the  command  line without any other
       options, the application reads the View state settings  in
       the user preferences file, $HOME/.sysman/Dxsysinfo.

       System  Information  accepts all of the standard X Toolkit
       command line options, which are documented  in  the  X(1X)
       reference page.

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       Use  the  System  Information  application, dxsysinfo, to:
       Obtain general information about the operating system  and
       version,  amount  of  RAM,  and number of CPUs Monitor CPU
       activity, in-use memory, available swap  space,  and  file
       system usage Set and modify file system thresholds

       To  start  dxsysinfo  from  the  CDE desktop: Click on the
       Application Manager icon on the CDE front  panel.   Double
       click  on the System_Admin application group icon.  Double
       click on the DailyAdmin application  group  icon.   Double
       click on the System Information application icon.

EXAMPLES    [Toc]    [Back]

       To  start System Information from the command line, enter:

   Online Help    [Toc]    [Back]
       For additional information about the graphical user interface,
  see the online help volume. To open the online help
       volume from within System Information, run the application
       and choose Overview from the Help menu in the main window.

       You can view the System  Information  online  help  volume
       without running the application. To open the System Information
 help volume from the command line, enter  the  following
   command:   /usr/dt/bin/dthelpview  -helpVolume  \

FILES    [Toc]    [Back]

       Contains user preferences that control the  appearance  of
       the  application,  file  system  information,  and  device
       information Contains  the  System  Information  executable
       Contains  the  System Information help volume Contains the
       default values for the application's X resources

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       Commands:  df(1),  ps(1),  showmount(8),  swapon(8),  sysman_intro(8), uname(1), vmstat(1), X(1X)

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