1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 15, 2014 8:19 AM by Steffen Kreis

    NSH Command : nps

      Hello Team,

       

      I am using nps command to retireve process and CPU usage information from the host.

      Command used to retrieve CPU usage is : nps -h hostname. When I executed command in our environment I found following output.

      HOSTNAME          USER                PID    CPU    MEM    VSIZE        RSS  PRI        START        TIME  COMMAND 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan      8088  59.3    0.0    21632    26980      0      00:54:47  22:08  SthMupd.exe 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan      3356  46.8    0.0    22012    27320      0      00:56:47  20:19  SthMupd.exe 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan      6376  43.7    0.0    21848    27140      0      01:00:47  17:42  SthMupd.exe 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan      3740  37.5    0.0    21736    27080      0      00:52:47  22:39  SthMupd.exe 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan      7528  34.3    0.0    21288    26628      0      01:02:48  15:40  SthMupd.exe 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan      6104  34.3    0.0    20068    25396      0      01:08:48  12:35  SthMupd.exe 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan      4224  31.2    0.0    21616    26984      0      00:50:46  23:20  SthMupd.exe 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan      7480  28.1    0.0    21980    27292      0      00:58:47  18:03  SthMupd.exe 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan        996  28.1    0.0    20744    26052      0      01:06:48  13:35  SthMupd.exe 

      HOSTABC          ShahiSan      7876  21.8    0.0    21116    26412      0      01:04:48  14:14  SthMupd.exe

       

      Kinldy have a look at 4th column which displays CPU usage information. If we do summation on CPU column, it is  > 100.

       

      Can you please comment on it?

       

      Thanks,

      Rahul