Display paging space details

# lsps -a
Page Space      Physical Volume   Volume Group    Size %Used Active  Auto  Type
hd6             hdisk1            rootvg        8192MB     1   yes   yes    lv
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Memory module details :

# lscfg -vp | egrep “Memory DIMM|Size”
      Memory DIMM:
        Size……………………1024
      Memory DIMM:
        Size……………………1024
      Memory DIMM:
        Size……………………1024
      Memory DIMM:
        Size……………………1024
      Memory DIMM:
        Size……………………1024
      Memory DIMM:
        Size……………………1024
      Memory DIMM:
        Size……………………1024
      Memory DIMM:
        Size……………………1024
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Subsystem mangement : The below command will be list, stop and start subsystems.

# lssrc -a  (List all service subsystems)
Subsystem         Group            PID          Status
 syslogd          ras              200938       active
 inetd            tcpip            213152       active

# startsrc -s sendmail  (Start a subsystem)
0513-059 The sendmail Subsystem has been started. Subsystem PID is 241798.
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# stopsrc -s sendmail (Stop a subsystem)
0513-004 The Subsystem or Group, sendmail, is currently inoperative.
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# refresh -s inetd (Refresh a daemon, similar to kill -HUP)
0513-095 The request for subsystem refresh was completed successfully.
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Virtual memory snapshot:  svmon command can be used to monitor virtual memory. Below command list top 10 cpu intensive process.

# svmon -P -v -t 10

——————————————————————————-
     Pid Command          Inuse      Pin     Pgsp  Virtual 64-bit Mthrd  16MB
  225468 xmwlm            19596     7918        0    19480      N     N     N

     PageSize      Inuse        Pin       Pgsp    Virtual
     s   4 KB      14508       7918          0      14392
     m  64 KB        318          0          0        318

    Vsid      Esid Type Description              PSize  Inuse   Pin Pgsp Virtual
       0         0 work kernel segment               s  11774  7915    0 11774
   6f0ad         d work shared library text          m    318     0    0   318
   182a1         c work shared memory segment        s   1480     0    0  1480
   382a5         2 work process private              s   1038     3    0  1038

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