We have a proprietry system, which runs on Tru64 Unix. It is a terminal based system. We are able to use the login 'vmstat' to the system which brings up a vmstat-like view. However, the information displayed is slightly different from the standard vmstat.
10:27 up 36 days, 20:18, 797 users, load average: 15.75, 15.52, 14.94 Virtual Memory Statistics: (pagesize = 8192) procs memory pages intr cpu r w u act free wire fault cow zero react pin pout in sy cs us sy id 27 2K 335 9M 129K 874K 105G 581M 9G 135M 1G 13M 2K 125K 13K 23 11 66 33 2K 336 9M 131K 874K 114K 4331 59K 3362 9729 334 2K 156K 15K 33 11 56 26 2K 333 9M 130K 873K 89798 2147 50K 157 5481 60 2K 128K 14K 30 8 62 34 2K 332 9M 121K 873K 86165 2474 40K 4107 5709 71 2K 220K 14K 35 12 53 28 2K 328 9M 139K 873K 99686 3071 43K 7362 7029 140 2K 177K 14K 38 11 51
The 'r' for processes is part of the standard vmstat layout, but not 'w' or 'u'. I cannot find any references to this kind of vmstat layout on google. According to linuxcommand.org I should get the layout:
r b swpd free buff cache si so bi bo in cs us sy id wa
r w u act free wire fault cow zero react pin pout in sy cs us sy id
Is anybody able to shed any light as to why mine is different? Or at least what each of the fields mean?