Once this is done, then we can play with the collectd config to get more information. That is why I explicitly set certain properties as false.
Collectd, by default, gives the CPU utilization per core in units of jiffies. I set the Interval as 10 to get the CPU utilization for every 10 seconds.
To collect all the performance test related metrics (test results server metrics) while we run the performance test using JMeter JMeter server-agent does not send the data to the DB directly unless we modify the source code & come up with our own implementation.
So, We will be using Collectd which will be running as the daemon to collect server metrics.
If you are using the tool for SCCM, the script will use the current machine name as the SCCM site server name, if this is run on a different machine delete this and type in your site server name.
Following on from the success of the Dell, HP and Lenovo Driver Download Tools I have posted over the past couple of months here is the new multi-vendor version.
The script generates a Power Shell GUI to automate the processes of downloading, extracting and importing driver packages for all three of the previous vendors and I hope to add more with time.
Please ensure that you have rights to the SCCM server and shares specified under the account you are using.
Change Log – Automation Tool This is a community tool and as such please by patient when sending over requests or tweets.