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How to record CPU performance in a script/file?

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Hi, I am using Apache JMeter tool for load testing. I am using tomcat & mysql located on different servers. I use an application named Putty, through which I can see CPU performance for tomcat & mysql. My problem is, I cannot get this CPU performance later for further analysis of test results. For most of the time CPU reaches to 99.9 % or sometimes varies between 20 - 60 %. I need this all records in a file, so that I can use them for further analysis. If you know how this can be achieved, please let me know.
If you need more details, kindly let me know.

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There is a (free) tool called Jamon that might be useful for you.

Or, if you have the resources, a commercial tool called YourKit
that I had a chance to use in one of my previous projects and
that I know for sure is able to record the cpu performance.
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Hello friends,

That seems to be the case with me as well,i hads been working on the apache master and still having some main throttled problesn and on many occasions my account get suspended for the performance.


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