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I want to get into esxtop

To do that I have to get into the host service console according to the documentation

How do I get into the host service console.  I do not see a console tab for the Host

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esxtop is the tried-and-true means of collecting every performance stat  needed and making it available in a way that is conducive to analysis.  

The best source of information on launching esxtop can be found in the Resource Management Guide (page 159).
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