Workload measures how hard an object must work for resources. Resources include CPU, memory,
disk I/O, or network I/O. Workload is a measurement that calculates the demand for a resource
divided by the capacity of an object
Thanks for the reply.
Does this article look right as far as defining what all the metrics that contribute to workload?
Where i'm heading with this is being able to identify which metric(s) are causing the red.
BryanTabbNZ I have never really understood the inner working is this chart either until I stumbled upon the attached video and blog post... it is DEF worth a watch, he explains how the hourly slots work and how its all calculated using the stress value.
Awesome thanks for that !