RE: Finding out historical cpu-usage

From: John Hallas <>
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 10:48:38 +0100
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That is a very good presentation Iordan, lots of things to investigate and try and implement. The UDM facility is very powerful and often under-utilised.


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From: [] On Behalf Of Iotzov, Iordan Sent: 11 October 2011 14:54
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Subject: RE: Finding out historical cpu-usage

If you use Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM), you can find numerous OEM metrics related to CPU utilization. They are under "CPU Usage" and "Load" metrics groups for the host.

You can have access to that data with simple SQL as well - all you need is to look at the OEM repository structures (

Iordan Iotzov

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