On March 5th, 2020 I posted a blog titled Slice and Dice esxtop -b output in this blog I promised another version of the tool with a fault finder
Here I am fulfilling that promise.
In this blog I will introduce you to the latest version of esxtopdrill tool. The tool has evolved from a command line based utility first posted in my blog Using python to review esxtop -b output to a full-blown GUI based application
You must be expecting lines of code, like most of my blogs. This one is a bit different. The code is too long to post in a blog. If you are interested in the code of this project please visit the GitHub repository for this project
For those of you who do not want the hassle of setting up the python and dependence you can use the MSI to install as a application
How to install?
The install is quite simple. Download the MSI and follow the installation wizard. Below is a short video about the install
How to use?
The use of the tool is quite straightforward. However, the output produced by the tool assumes that you are aware of esxtop and the various matrices. The benefit of using this tool is the time needed to reach a conclusion.
Below is a short video about consuming the tool