Monitor your Linux Performance
Performance scanning is very important when it comes to managing your network and its users. When users start complaining about things being slow, performance counters make it easier than ever to locate the cause. Identify which servers or workstations are overloaded and don't have enough resources. Additionally, migration projects can also use performance counters. Determine how much resources your servers need to so you can set the correct requirements for a cloud or virtual migration project.
This overview shows Linux machines and their performance statistics from the last 14 days along with the minimum, maximum and average values for CPU usage, RAM utilization, disk usage and network utilization.
Performance Statistics Linux last 14 days Query
Select Top 1000000 a.AssetID, Min(a.AssetName) As AssetName, Min(a.Domain) As Domain, Min(Coalesce(os.Image, at.AssetTypeIcon10)) As icon, Min(a.IPAddress) As IPAddress, Min(ipl.IPLocation) As IPLocation, Min(ac.Manufacturer) As Manufacturer, Min(ac.Model) As Model, Min(ls.OSRelease) As OsName, Min(a.Lastseen) As Lastseen, Min(a.Lasttried) As Lasttried, Min(pcm.Name) As MetricName, Min(pcm.Unit) As Unit, Round(Cast(Avg(pcsm.Value) As float), 0) As Average, Min(pcsm.Value) As MinValue, Max(pcsm.Value) As MaxValue, Min(pcsmi.Name) As Identifier From tblAssets a Inner Join tblAssetCustom ac On a.AssetID = ac.AssetID Inner Join tsysAssetTypes at On at.AssetType = a.Assettype Inner Join tsysIPLocations ipl On ipl.LocationID = a.LocationID Inner Join tblState On tblState.State = ac.State Left Join tsysOS os On os.OScode = a.OScode Left Join tblLinuxSystem ls On ls.AssetID = a.AssetID Inner Join tblPerformanceCountersScan pcs On pcs.AssetId = a.AssetID Inner Join tblPerformanceCountersScanMetric pcsm On pcsm.PerformanceCountersScanId = pcs.Id Inner Join tsysPerformanceCounterMetric pcm On pcm.Id = pcsm.Metric Left Join tblPerformanceCountersScanMetricIdentifier pcsmi On pcsmi.Id = pcsm.PerformanceCountersScanMetricIdentifierId Where tblState.Statename = 'Active' And pcs.ScanDateTime > GetDate() - 30 And a.Assettype = 11 Group By a.AssetID, pcm.Id, pcsmi.Id Order By AssetName, MetricName