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From Bharat Kumar <>
Subject Re: Fault percentage value of CPU usage in Cloud Platform
Date Mon, 21 Nov 2016 16:20:48 GMT

There may be a difference in what you have allocated and what is being actually used. The
dashboard shows what is allocated.


On 11/21/16, 9:44 PM, " on behalf of Will Stevens" <
on behalf of> wrote:

>You will have to contact Accelerite for support with ACP (previously CCP).
>We have no visibility into the ACP code or how to support you.
>Best of luck...
>Lead Developer
>On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 3:44 AM, anil lakineni <
>> wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> On CloudPlatform dashboard our CPU usage is showing wrong (high -91%) value
>> which in-turn not allowing us to provision new VMs. But, the fact is only
>> 40% of the available CPU is utilized and Even in the Dashboard only
>> percentage calculation is showing false metric value, But Cpu usage value
>> is showing accurate(800/2000 GHZ).
>> In addition to that when we go to check the CPU status at Zones level we
>> are seeing the accurate CPU usage percentage in all Zones, Only we are
>> getting false usage percentage at dashboard level(which leads to fail the
>> new deployments).
>> - Our CCP version is 4.5.0
>> - Hypervisors are Xen 6.2 & 6.5
>> Please help me to sort out this issue and also let me know if any
>> additional information needed.
>> Best Regards,
>> Anil.

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