Topics: AIX, System Admin

Proper vmstat output

Often when you run vmstat, the output may be looking very disorganized, because of column values not being shown properly under each row. A very simple solution to this issue is to run the same command with the "-w" flag, which will provide you with a wide vmstat output:

# vmstat -w

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