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Identifying bully workloads involved in an incident

In OnCommand Performance Manager, you can identify which workloads have the highest deviation in activity or utilization for a cluster component in contention.

Before you begin

There are new or obsolete incidents.

About this task

The Incident Details page displays a ranked list of the user-defined and system-defined workloads with the highest activity or utilization on the component or most impacted by the incident. The values are based on the peaks that Performance Manager identified when it detected and last analyzed the incident.


  1. On the Dashboard, in the Incidents table, click link for an incident ID.
    Note: For older or obsolete incidents, search on the incident ID. The Search bar requires at least three characters before the results can display the names of objects that contain those characters.
    The Incident Details page is displayed.
  2. In the Workload details table, click the down arrow on the Utilization or Activity column and select Peak Deviation in Utilization or Peak Deviation in Activity.
    Note: By default, the table is sorted on the Peak Response Time Impact column. When the Workload details table is sorted by peak deviation in activity or utilization, workloads with very little change in activity are not displayed in the table.
    The workloads with the highest change in activity or utilization are displayed at the top of the table.
  3. Click the name link of a volume workload to view detailed information about its current and historical performance activity on the Volume Details page.