0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 14, 2016 1:14 AM by KjeldFlarup

    esxtop csv format

    KjeldFlarup Lurker

      I've been trying to figure out how esxtop works

       

      esxtop -b -n 1 > e.csv

       

      Parsing this file with PHP reveals that it has 26766 colums, far to much to enter into a spreadsheet

      It seems like every process running on the ESXI is getting it's own colums in the output, plus there is some system things.

      Is there a good guide to what can be found in that file?

       

      What is a good tool to analyze such a csv file with.