I am new to UMP, CCC and CCR at the moment so if this is a naïve question then please forgive me. Is there any way in UMP, CCC or CCR to generate graph for lets say top N (be it 5, 10 or anything) CPU or memory consumers/processes within a server? To explain it more, let me take an example. Lets say we have a server A which is running hot on CPU. How can I get information from UMP/CCC/CCR to identify which process is using maximum amount of CPU? Can I somehow specify in the tool to generate graphs for top 3 processes which are using maximum amount of CPU for the problematic server?
Can anybody please let me know whether this is feasible or not?
Any response is highly appreciated.
Erik_Bresnihan DirkBleyenberg Jim.Tokarz can one of you guys help out Vikas. Thank you.
What do you mean UMP?
By saying UMP, I meant Unified Management Portal
I'm not sure on the UMP but for CCR you may be able to export the report to a CSV file and
alter the data there perhaps..
See if anyone else has any ideas
I am not sure where in CCR we can see CPU used by processes on the server. Please help me in finding that graph so that I can check that.
I think this should be doable in UMP but I am not sure how and that is the reason I posted this question in front of experts on this forum.
I am attaching an example output which I am looking from UMP/CCR/CCC. It shows the kind of data which I am after. In attached example, I have removed server name but in general the data shown is format of "Server_Name, User_Name under which process is running + Process_Name".
Please let me know if this is doable in CA toolset.
I don't think Capacity Managment can do this, what product are you referign to by
the name Unified Management Portal, What product does this tool belong to
Apologies for delay in responding back. Unified Management portal is tagged as Unified Infrastructure management in "CA Infrastructure Management" in CA communities. So I believe this falls under Infrastructure management category. Have I answered your question? I will try posting this question in that community as well to see if I am able to get any answer for this.
perhaps they can assist in the function that you require
UMP is indeed the portal used by UIM , Capacity manager is using CCR which is based on NETQQS portal .
To get back to your question from the capacity manager site , This would not be possible as we are not collecting
data for the process level . So in CCR there is no option to report the cpu usage for a process itself .
CCR and Capacity manager is done on the server level .