VMWARE Lab's

VMware Lab 18: Monitoring VM’s performance

Task 1 Create CPU Workload

First of all, we need to log in to the VM console and then run a CPUBusy script, thus making the CPU busy.

Run the CPU script to making it busy; 1.PNG

Task 2: Use Performance Charts to monitor CPU Utilization

For this we are going to the check the CPU charts, for this we need to click on the VM, and then Monitor and Performance. As seen below.

Reatime useage of the Cpu; 2.PNG

After this We need to change the chart metrics, for this, we need to get into chart metrics as seen in blue. For this part, we are going to deselect our VM, and then unselect all of the counters.

selecting chart optiomns and deslecting myself and then selecting none; 3.PNG

Next step would be to select Ready and Used as below.

Delecting ready and used; 4.PNG

Now we can see the change’s we have made, and this is the real-time CPU useage.

New realtime cpu useage; 4.PNG

Now we need to go back and do it for the second VM.

 

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Now we can go and run the CPU Busy script and compear the different graphs, noteing the different leaves.

Ambers01:

Record of CPU valiue; ambers01; 9.PNG

Ambers02:

Record of CPU valiue; ambers02.PNG

Now we have checked this we are going to go back and stop this script, thus making the CPU quite again.

Ambers01:

without running the CPU busy Ambers01; 10.PNG

Ambers02:

without running the CPU busy Ambers02; 10, b.PNG

Task 3: Undo Changes made to the VM’s.

For this, we are going to change the Infinity back to nothing As seen being done on each VM.

 

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