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Matt Williamson

Multiple WMI Classes in Datasource

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Can I define multiple WMI classes in a datasource and create my datapoints from those? If so, how would I do this? I am currently attempting to divide my process CPU utilization (Win32_PerfRawData_PerfProc_Process) by the number of available cores (Win32_ComputerSystem) rather than seeing utilization for only 1 core, which looks wonky because the value is often higher than overall OS CPU utilization.

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THis is not currently possible -we were just discussing internally today that we need to do this by having WMI helper classes that can be called in scripts, the same way we do for SNMP and JMX.

So... you can't for now, but stay tuned....

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Has this been put on the roadmap or introduced yet?

 

You can obviously do this via groovy or powershell custom datasources but a native feature would be great

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