I need to measure cpu usage of a process for performance qa.
I would like to get an indication that would be relevant in different machines with different resources and numbers of cpu's. The value of % cpu is not good enough , because testing in a different environment [with more cpu's] will give a different value.
Is there some way [maybe a program] to get number of cpu threads or something of the sort [similar to amount of memory usage value] ?
I do not mean to seem argumentative but wanted to kick this around a bit. You have an application that you are wanting to measure on differing types of systems with different processors, single core vs.
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