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answered How do I get apt-get to reinstall a package and run the set up scripts?
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comment SNMP - Value of CPU processor load not reflecting reality
@erkko Look at the values I'm posting. They are all very low numbers, not anywhere near 25% nor 100%. That's what my question is about.
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comment SNMP - Value of CPU processor load not reflecting reality
Licensed version of VMWare. I'll be using RRD to generate graphs. How do I access the data programatically?
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comment SNMP - Value of CPU processor load not reflecting reality
@Rikih OK, I can't compare it directly. But there should be at least some correlation between them. There is no change in the CPU values I'm getting at all, in any of them.
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comment SNMP - Value of CPU processor load not reflecting reality
But I need to plot performance of the physical machine. It might not have any guests on it at a given time. Why does that not make sense?
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comment SNMP - Value of CPU processor load not reflecting reality
the ESXi itself
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comment SNMP - Value of CPU processor load not reflecting reality
Sorry, should have made it clearer. It's running against the SNMP agent running on the machine itself, not against the iLO. The iLO itself (as far as I could see) doesn't offer any CPU load data.
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comment SNMP - Value of CPU processor load not reflecting reality
However, there is a definite correlation between when I start the CPU-intensive process and the spike in the graph. So why don't I see any change in the metrics of any of the 4 CPUs?
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comment SNMP - Value of CPU processor load not reflecting reality
This is the graph shown for the machine on vCenter, under "Performance" in the "Monitoring" tab. It doesn't specify what exactly it's showing, but there's a specific correlation between when I start the CPU-intensive process and the spike in the graph
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comment SNMP - Value of CPU processor load not reflecting reality
So what does this chart actually show?
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comment Accessing temperature data on ESXi5.1?
fantastic answer, I'm going to use the iLO directly.
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