Category: esxtop

  • Using esxtop and sending output logs to CSV

    Continuing from the previous blog about using esxtop to monitor ESXi processes, let’s take a look at how to export esxtop logs to CSV. Here’s the official KB on how to use and leverage export logs to CSV: If you’re wondering how to view syntax and commands, it’s easy, just type “esxtop -h” to […]

  • Using esxtop to monitor ESXi processes

    Using the top utility is pretty awesome. I’ve used top for years on *nix boxes, both at home and on the job to monitor and troubleshoot system performance and issues. What’s really cool, is that ESXi has it’s own version of top installed called “esxtop”. Here’s a link to the official doc on how to […]