I had one response, from Benno <firstname.lastname@example.org>, with a
great list of web resources. Thanks!
I ended up on the phone with Sun, and they answered the question. The
problem was that I wanted to see the date/time before spitting out the
iostat info, so I used a quick while loop in shell that ran date and then
Problem: I always get the same numbers.
Reason: iostat requires an interval over which to report. Without any
such interval, you'll get the statistics from boot time.
Solution: write a small perl script that opens a pipe from iostat -x 2 and
print the date and time every y seconds before spitting out the stuff from
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