Using SMI tables to monitor virtual processors

You can get information from system-monitoring interface (SMI) tables to use to monitor virtual processors.

You must connect to the sysmaster database to query the SMI tables. Query the sysvpprof SMI table to obtain information about the virtual processors that are currently running. This table contains the following columns.

Column Description
vpid ID number of the virtual processor
class Class of the virtual processor
usercpu Seconds of user CPU consumed
syscpu Seconds of system CPU consumed

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