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Difference between Average Vs. Real time CPU and Memory utilization

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Created by Hamza Fahey, last modified by Gerald.Prado on Sep 12, 2017

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This article provides information about reviewing a historical average resource/view/node or interface details page to check CPU and Memory utilization.  

Note: The values presented are not in real time but these are the average values over the time period selected for review.


All versions of NPM

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For example, we can confirm the above by comparing polled (via NPM) historical data of any related node or interface from the Web Console and then task manager for a Windows node.


The same comparison can be done via many other command line/UI/GUI based solutions for each type of node/interface in use.


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