VERDE Console Reporting - What does Utilization mean?

VERDE Console Reporting - What does %Utilization mean?

Product Line:  VERDE


ISSUE:  The purpose of this parameter available in the reporting section of the VERDE Management Console is to provide information about the system load. The %Utilization value is calculated with this formula.

Utilization% = (L / (T * D)) * 100


L=1 minute load average (per /proc/loadavg).

T=number of CPU threads (including hyperthreads) as reported by /proc/cpuinfo.

D=2 (arbitrary divisor to better reflect the "real world").

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