Generate CPU, Memory and I/O report using SAR command

11 Responses

  1. Ravi Shankar Mittal says:

    tramendous editorials about sar.

    good work team

  2. Shafiulla says:

    Thanks for the Information Sharing. Appreciate it Pradeep.

  3. Mandrake says:

    Great Info.

    Thanks a lot.

  4. houman says:

    thanks for your sharing information

  5. kalyan says:

    How to get one month logs with a single command for Ram and CPU

  6. Sumit says:

    Great tutorial. Next step could be to analyze sar report to get charts and aggregated data. For that we can follow ‘’

  7. Anjum Yaseen says:


    I got results if I use “sar 2 6” . This works perfectly fine.

    But if I just say sar , it shows “LINUX RESTART” message.

    The file in /etc/cron.d/sysstat looks fine to me. Not sure whats the issue? Anyone has the same issue?


  8. sainath says:

    command to generate the SAR report for the last one month

  9. Jayanth Reddy says:

    Can some please explain what indicates 4 and 4 in this command sar -d -p 2 4

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