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VM with 1 CPU and average CPU load above 100 percent

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Updated: August 28, 2017

Overview

In some cases, you may encounter an issues when average CPU values exceed 100%. This is a known issue, caused by aggregation of inaccurate data from VMWare.

Environment

  • VIM 7.2

Detail

Even though the Recommendations are calculated correctly and other data also display correctly, data provided by VMWare aggregates inaccurately. This causes the CPU to show an average load above 100%.

 

 

 

 

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