Tracking cpu usage android

 

This document describes how to troubleshoot CPU usage concerns, primarily due to interrupts, on the new Cisco IOS ® -XE platform. Additionally, the document introduces several new commands on this platform that are integral in order to troubleshoot such problems.

It is important to understand how Cisco IOS-XE is built. With Cisco IOS-XE, Cisco has moved to a Linux kernel and all of the subsystems have been broken down into processes. All of the subsystems that were inside Cisco IOS before - such as the modules drivers, High Availability (HA), and so on - now run as software processes within the Linux Operating System (OS). Cisco IOS itself runs as a daemon within the Linux OS (IOSd). Cisco IOS-XE retains not only the same look and feel of the classic Cisco IOS, but also its operation, support, and management.

The show process cpu command naturally displays how the CPU currently looks. Notice that the Cisco Catalyst 3850 Series Swtich uses four cores, and you see the CPU usage listed for all four cores:

Tracking cpu usage android

OBIEE provides Usage Tracking as part of the core product functionality. It writes directly to a database table every Logical Query that hits the BI Server, including details of who ran it, when, and information about how it executed including for how long, how many rows, and so on. This in itself is a veritable goldmine of information about your OBIEE system. All OBIEE deployments should have Usage Tracking enabled, for supporting performance analysis, capacity planning, catalog rationalisation, and more.

What Usage Tracking doesn't track is interactions between the end user and the Presentation Services component. Presentation Services sits between the end user and the BI Server from where the actual queries get executed. This means that until a user executes an analysis, there's no record of their actions in Usage Tracking. There is this audit data available, but you have to manually enable and collect it, which can be tricky. This is where Enhanced Usage Tracking comes in. It enables the collection and parsing of every click a user makes in OBIEE . For an overview of the potential of this data, see the article here and here .

Today we're pleased to announce the release into open-source of Enhanced Usage Tracking! You can find the github repository here: https://github.com/RittmanMead/obi-enhanced-usage-tracking .

This document describes how to troubleshoot CPU usage concerns, primarily due to interrupts, on the new Cisco IOS ® -XE platform. Additionally, the document introduces several new commands on this platform that are integral in order to troubleshoot such problems.

It is important to understand how Cisco IOS-XE is built. With Cisco IOS-XE, Cisco has moved to a Linux kernel and all of the subsystems have been broken down into processes. All of the subsystems that were inside Cisco IOS before - such as the modules drivers, High Availability (HA), and so on - now run as software processes within the Linux Operating System (OS). Cisco IOS itself runs as a daemon within the Linux OS (IOSd). Cisco IOS-XE retains not only the same look and feel of the classic Cisco IOS, but also its operation, support, and management.

The show process cpu command naturally displays how the CPU currently looks. Notice that the Cisco Catalyst 3850 Series Swtich uses four cores, and you see the CPU usage listed for all four cores:

Is there an easy way to track who is running a given report in SSRS 2005, and at what time they are running that report? We have about 80 reports in our SSRS implementation, and are trying to see if there's any that we can safely put out to pasture. If we could easily see somehow which reports aren't being used, that would help us. Any ideas?

One thing to note is that by default the execution log will only keep 2 months worth of data. You can control this behaviour with the ExecutionLogDaysKept server property, see this technet article .

I know this question is so old it has whiskers, but the code below will list each report once with the last time it was run. I highly recommend you create a new folder called "obsolete reports" and move old reports there rather than delete them. That will remove the clutter but still keep them available in case the Accounting Department comes after you for that report they obviously need to run once every 3.26 years.

This short video helps explain the benefits of running your High Performance Computing cluster jobs on Amazon Web Services. The video covers the basic benefits of running cloud infrastructure, as well as some of the unique benefits of running in the AWS cloud. You'll learn about getting instant access to thousands of Intel Xeon processors with Enhanced Networking, and learn about tools to help you easily create your HPC cluster, all with a pay as you go, no upfront costs required, pricing model.

HPC workloads are enabled on AWS by a range of available instance types, including Compute-Optimized (C family), General-purpose (M family), and Memory-optimized (R and X families) instances, as well as GPU (P family) and FPGA (F Family) instances. You can use these instance types just like other EC2 instances, but they also have been specifically engineered to provide high performance networking coupled with modern, high-performance CPU architectures. Using these instance types, you can scale to hundreds, thousands, or tens of thousands of CPU, GPU, or FPGA cores on-demand.

C4 instances are the latest generation of Amazon EC2 Compute-optimized instances. C4 instances are designed for compute-bound workloads, such as high-traffic front-end fleets, MMO gaming, media processing, transcoding, and High Performance Computing (HPC) applications.

Using sar, you can also collect all performance data on an on-going basis, store them, and do historical analysis to identify bottlenecks.

Sar is part of the sysstat package.

This article explains how to install and configure sysstat package (which contains sar utility) and explains how to monitor the following Linux performance statistics using sar.

First, make sure the latest version of sar is available on your system. Install it using any one of the following methods depending on your distribution.