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System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices
WLM offers command-line interfaces, which allow system administrators
- Create, modify, and delete superclasses and subclasses, using the mkclass, chclass,
and rmclass commands. These commands
update the file's classes, shares and
- Start, stop, and update WLM, using the wlmcntrl command.
- Check the WLM property files for a given configuration and determine to
which class (superclass and subclass) a process with a given set of attributes
is assigned using the wlmcheck command.
- Monitor the per-class resource utilization using the wlmstat (ASCII) command. Most of the
performance tools, such as those started by the svmon and
topas commands, have extensions to take into account the WLM
classes and provide per-class and per-tier statistics using new command-line
- Flags in the ps command allow the user to
display which class a process and its application tag is in. The
ps command also allows the user to list all the processes belonging
to a given superclass or subclass.
- There is no command line interface to manage the assignment rules.
You must use the SMIT or Web-based System Manager administration tools, or a
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