GET /virtual_machines/:virtual_machine_id/cpu_usage

Gets CPU usage statistics of specified virtual server

Define a shorter period by setting Start and End time in the API call:
GET /virtual_machines/:virtual_machine_id/vm_stats.json?period[startdate]=YYYY-MM-DD+hh:mm:ss&period[enddate]=YYYY-MM-DD+hh:mm:ss&period[use_local_time]=1


Response Parameters

cpu_time -

created_at - the timestamp in DB when this record was created

id -  the statistics ID

stat_time - the particular hour for which these statistics were generated

updated_at - the time stamp in DB when this record was updated

user_id - the ID of the VS owner

virtual_machine_id - ID of the VS

JSON Request example

 curl -i GET -u user:userpass --url <api_url>/virtual_machines/:virtual_machine_id/cpu_usage.json

JSON Response

        "cpu_hourly_stat": {
            "cpu_time": 5,
            "created_at": "2015-08-26T21:00:12Z",
            "id": 639251,
            "stat_time": "2015-08-26T21:00:00Z",
            "updated_at": "2015-08-26T21:00:12Z",
            "user_id": 337,
            "virtual_machine_id": 509

XML Request example

 curl -i GET -u user:userpass --url <api_url>/virtual_machines/:virtual_machine_id/cpu_usage.json

XML Response example

 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<cpu_hourly_stats type="array">
    <cpu_time type="integer">18</cpu_time>
    <created_at type="datetime">2015-01-06T10:00:18Z</created_at>
    <id type="integer">935848</id>
    <stat_time type="datetime">2015-01-06T10:00:00Z</stat_time>
    <updated_at type="datetime">2015-01-06T10:00:18Z</updated_at>
    <user_id type="integer">1</user_id>
    <virtual_machine_id type="integer">1701</virtual_machine_id>