cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Community_Admin
Community Team Member
Community Team Member

Question

I would like to be able to track memory consumption of my ElastiCubes, but I can't find an easy way to link the process ID of  my ElastiCube to the cube name.

Answer

If you open the Task Manager, go to the Details tab and right-click on one of the columns then click on the Select columns option. Find the Command line option.

 

Still on the Details tab, if you search for ElastiCube.exe processes, you can see the ElastiCube name as one of the process arguments (dbname😞

Community_Admin_0-1634390814957.png

 

You can use the following PowerShell (make sure to run as Admin) script to extract all of these into a CSV file:

$process = "elasticube.exe"

Get-CimInstance Win32_Process -Filter "name = '$process'" | Select CommandLine | Export-Csv -Path "c:\temp\reports.csv"



Version history
Last update:
‎10-16-2021 06:27 AM
Updated by:
Contributors
Community Toolbox

Recommended quick links to assist you in optimizing your community experience:

Need additional support?:

Community Support Request