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nmon -f -T -^ -s 15 -c 12
NMON Data collector , DQME log on to appma569 as root cd /tmp nmon -f -T -^ -s 15 -c 12
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Steps for nmon process for appma569_appma571.txt

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2013-07-22 08:32:48

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