onstat -g ntt vs onstat -u 
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 onstat -g ntt vs onstat -u

The output of "onstat -g ntt", is showing that the last read and write
was an hour ago. However, the output of "onstat -u", shows that
the reads are still going up. Any explanation is appreciated!

Thanks



Sun, 06 Jun 2004 02:55:00 GMT
 onstat -g ntt vs onstat -u

AFAIK ntt refers only to the network traffic

Quote:

> The output of "onstat -g ntt", is showing that the last read and write
> was an hour ago. However, the output of "onstat -u", shows that
> the reads are still going up. Any explanation is appreciated!

> Thanks

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Sun, 06 Jun 2004 04:07:25 GMT
 
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