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Edmund K. asked ·

AWS CPU Steal Time

Hi,

I have a sandbox environment with CPU usage almost hitting 100%. When I were to zoom in further it seems that the CPU cycles are been stolen by the hypervisor (Steal Time 100%) while CPU user or CPU system is near 0%.

Does this mean that the sandbox is idle, hence the hypervisor is stealing CPU and allocate it to other instances ? If this is the case, then this should not have been highlighted as a problem in Dynatrace.

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Yos N. answered ·

Hi guys

Check out this blog post https://www.dynatrace.com/resources/ebooks/javaboo... for steal time and much more

Yos

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Moritz B. answered ·

@Edmund K. I am also having this issue. Did you investigate this further?

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