Expose performance bottlenecks for your IBM AIX operating system in just a few minutes—instead of days or weeks. Galileo’s AIX performance monitoring tools help you identify and correct any configuration discrepancies across your environment by providing vital configuration information. This information includes firmware and operating system levels, installed devices, processor and memory configuration, and entitlement data.
Plus, you’ll gain the instant insights you need to more effectively size, allocate, or reallocate compute capacity. The tools also lets you pinpoint when server resources are exhausted or underutilized. And, it offers the factual insight you need to isolate problems before they become critical issues.
View server configuration and capacity data for each filesystem type—right in your Galileo dashboard—without having to leave the Galileo portal.
System p Frame Configuration Data
Access key frame configuration information for IBM AIX OS on IBM Power Systems right from your Galileo portal—including system model and serial number, firmware revisions, processor type and speed, and other detailed CPU information.
At-a-Glance Physical Server Dashboard GUI
Access your performance data from anywhere in the world via Galileo’s intuitive Web-based interface. Customize your date ranges, select by LPAR or Physical-Server (AIX Module), and get online help quickly and easily. Tailor your own personal dashboard, grouping the charts that are most important to you.
Servers Physical CPU Utilization
Get a closer look at system performance with expandable thumbnail charts that you can customize via a wide-range of tools. Identify potential problems, such as under- or over-utilized servers.
Servers Real Memory Used
Examine the aggregate physical memory usage of entire servers via customizable charts and tools.
LPARs CPU Utilization
Quickly identify issues, such as LPARs, that are heavy consumers of the Virtual/Logical CPUs they have defined.
LPAR CPU Usage vs. Entitlement
Instantly check LPAR CPU Usage vs. Entitlement chart to discover the physical CPUs in use by the LPAR, and how they compare to the virtuals assigned and set entitlement. Track LPAR changes over time.
LPARs Disk Service Times
Identify disks with poor service times or a group of disks with the same data spread that would reflect the same service times if tuned properly.
- LPAR CPU Usage vs. Entitlement
- Shared Pool Utilization
- Top Processes
- Huge/Large Page Support
- CPU Utilization
- Run Queue
- LPAR Weight
- VMM, Virtual, and Real Memory Use
- System and Filesystem Paging
- Memory Scan/Free Ratio
- Processes (Context Switch/System Calls)
- Disk Read/Write Throughput, Transfers, and Summary
- Network Packets and Throughput
- I/O Adapter Read/Write and Transfer Summary
- Multiple Shared Processor Pools (MSPP)
- Physical CPU Utilization
- Real Memory Allocation and Used
- Disk Read/Write Throughput and Transfers
- Network Read/Write and Packet Throughput