MWA(1)MWA(1)NAMEmwa - performance tool script for starting and stopping data collection
SYNOPSISmwa [action] [subsystem] [parms] on HP-UX systems
mwa [-dce|-ncs] [action] [subsystem] [parms] on Sun Solaris, IBM/AIX
and Tru64 UNIX systems.
DESCRIPTIONmwa is a script that is used to start, stop, and re-initialize HP Per‐
formance Agent processes. On Sun Solaris, IBM/AIX and Tru64 UNIX sys‐
tems, depending on which communication protocol is installed and run‐
ning, you can choose a protocol selector (ncs or dce).
-? List all mwa options. If your shell interprets ? as a
wildcard character, use an invalid option such as -xxx
instead of -?.
start Start all or part of HP Performance Agent. (default)
stop Stop all or part of HP Performance Agent.
restart Reinitialize all or part of HP Performance Agent. This
option causes some processes to be stopped and
status List the status of all or part of HP Performance Agent
version List the version of the all or part of HP Performance
all Perform the selected action on all HP Performance Agent
scope Perform the selected action on the scopeux collector.
The restart operation causes the scopeux collector to
stop, then restart. This causes the parm and ttd.conf
files to be re-read.
server Perform the selected action on the HP Performance Agent
server components. This affects the coda daemon, data
repositories and the alarm generation subsystem. The
restart operation causes coda and all repository server
processes to terminate and restart. This causes the
datasources/perflbd.rc and alarmdef files to be re-read.
alarm Perform the selected action on the HP Performance Agent
server alarm component. Restart is the only valid
option if you are using alarmgen and it causes the alar‐
mdef file to be reprocessed.
db Perform the selected action on the HP Performance Agent
server db component. This is the separately purchaseable
Database Probes product.
Provide the midaemon with parameters to initiate it with
other than default parameters. (midaemon is not avail‐
able on Tru64 UNIX systems)
SEE ALSOmidaemon(1) (Not supported on Tru64 UNIX).