Running the data collector from the command line

You can use the best1collect command from the command line to collect system and subsystem (ARM, SQL) performance data.

Note

On UNIX, you must first set the environment variables (BEST1_ HOME and BEST1_COLLECT_HOME) to the directory:  /usr/adm/best1_versionNumber.

To collect data, specify the full path to the best1collect command. For example, on UNIX:

 /usr/adm/best1_<versionNumber>/bgs/scripts/best1collect [options]

On Windows, you can enter the command from the command prompt:

 best1collect [options]

Note

For a description of the available options, refer to the online Help for best1collect using the following command: best1collect -h

Examples

The following is an example of the command entered on UNIX that runs for one hour and writes the data to the /opt/best1/data directory:

/usr/adm/best1_<versionNumber>/bgs/scripts/best1collect -d /opt/best1/data

The following is an example query, on UNIX, to show the status of the collect request:

/usr/adm/best1_<versionNumber>/bgs/scripts/best1collect -Q
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