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Amitkmr1979
Fluorite | Level 6

Dear Friends,

I have been tasked with finding the CPU Utilization of our SAS Windows Servers hosted on AWS. We basically access it through JumpBox as usual and I am not having environment manager installed. 

 

Please can you help me to find a way or code to get the CPU Utilization retrospectively or at least current state which I can record over a month. 

We do have process explorer, but I am not sure if I can use it and how to record the utilization for the day. 

 

Any pointers or code to capture it will be helpful

 

Best Regards

 

 

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Patrick
Opal | Level 21

Never used it but might be worth looking into Amazon CloudWatch

If I read this right then it should already be collecting metrics that you can report on.

Amitkmr1979
Fluorite | Level 6

Thanks Patrick, but I am not able to access the cloud watch with my existing credentials. Not sure if my account needs to be added to AWS service. I just access Jumpbox and I do not have any AWS access as such.

Patrick
Opal | Level 21

If you're an admin then it might eventually be worth to investigate how you can get access to the AWS tools. 

If you're not an admin then I suppose you might not have the necessary permissions for such tasks. You could try the normal Windows Performance Monitor - but I believe this would only allow you to collect statistics going forward. 

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