From: anthony smith <>
Date: Fri Jul 29 2005 - 02:27:49 EDT
well it seems that it was a simple solution :-) and that is that i was
running sar without any arguments.... thanks to Jeff Barratt-McCartney.
Peter van Gemert summarised my problem nicely. Also thanks to the input
of Brad Heck,Srinivasa Cherukuri for their suggestions of editing the sys
crontab ... i think though this is if you want to use the history part of
sar.. Also Andrew Rotramel suggested touching the files it was referring
to in my error msg referring to /usr/adm/sa/sa28. This though i think is
also related to the history part of sar.So sar is working ... thanks for
everyone's imput anthony
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