How to compare processes/threads on system with sar ‘plist-sz’ output from apache prospective

Here are the steps of step to identified and compare/check  processes/threads on system with sar ‘plist.sz’ details and ps -eLf

1-         sar output –
uspvldmzlx25:~# sar -q | tail -30
07:20:02 AM         6       309      0.61      0.91      0.95
07:22:01 AM         0       292      0.82      0.99      0.98
07:24:01 AM         0       288      0.86      1.01      0.99
07:26:01 AM         0       285      1.24      1.15      1.04
07:28:01 AM         0       284      0.86      1.07      1.02
07:30:02 AM         5       293      0.64      0.95      0.98
07:32:01 AM         0       288      0.86      1.03      1.01
07:34:01 AM         1       290      1.01      1.00      1.00
07:36:01 AM         1       286      1.39      1.15      1.05
07:38:01 AM         0       289      1.24      1.19      1.07
07:40:01 AM         5       294      2.09      1.59      1.23
07:42:01 AM         0       285      1.49      1.68      1.32
07:44:01 AM         0       289      0.94      1.39      1.25
07:46:01 AM         0       295      2.08      1.69      1.37
2 –   Processes/Threads
test5:~# ps -eLf | wc -l
311
test5:~#
Note – If you compare the IInd column ( plist-sz)  of sar –q command it will show the same or near by value of ‘ps –eLf’
So its clear now that sar –q shown the process/thread , it will help us to analyze apache server max client issue if occurs any point of time.
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