Lists the values of some statistic on one or more systems.

Cloudmin collects numerous statistics about each system that it manages, such as CPU load, memory used and disk space free. This command outputs some or all data samples for one or more systems, selected using the standard flags like --host or --type. You must use the --stat flag followed by a statistic name to select the information to display.

By default all historic stats are shown, but you can select a different ime range with the --start and --end flags. Each must be followed by either a date in yyyy-mm-dd format, or a number of days into the past from the current date like -5. To switch the output to a more easily parsed format, use the --multiline flag.

Example usage

  cloudmin list-system-history --host xencentos.home
  Time                 Value                                   
  -------------------- ----------------------------------------
  06/Oct/2008 13:55    0.25 cores used                         
  06/Oct/2008 14:00    0.07 cores used                         
  06/Oct/2008 14:01    0.10 cores used                         
  06/Oct/2008 14:05    0.01 cores used                         
  06/Oct/2008 14:10    0.49 cores used                         
  06/Oct/2008 14:15    0.01 cores used                         
  06/Oct/2008 14:20    0.01 cores used                     

Command Line Help

Lists the values of some statistic on one or more systems.

cloudmin list-system-history --stat name
                             [--start yyyy-mm-dd(:hh:mm)]
                             [--end yyyy-mm-dd(:hh:mm)]
                             [--all-hosts] | [--host name]*
                             [--group name]*
                             [--type real|kvm|gce|this]*
                             [--os oscode]*
                             [--owner name]*
                             [--status status-code|"up"|"wm"|"bad"]
                             [--host-on name]