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System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
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Administering the Extended Accounting Facility (Task Map)



For Instructions

Activate the extended accounting facility.

Use extended accounting to monitor resource consumption by each project running on your system. You can use the extended accounting subsystem to capture historical data for tasks, processes, and flows.

How to Activate Extended Accounting for Processes, Tasks, and Flows, How to Activate Extended Accounting With a Startup Script

Display extended accounting status.

Determine the status of the extended accounting facility.

How to Display Extended Accounting Status

View available accounting resources.

View the accounting resources available on your system.

How to View Available Accounting Resources

Deactivate the process, task, and flow accounting facility.

Turn off the extended accounting functionality.

How to Deactivate Process, Task, and Flow Accounting

Use the Perl interface to the extended accounting facility.

Use the Perl interface to develop customized reporting and extraction scripts.

Using the Perl Interface to libexacct

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