This article explains how to check your vCPU tier allocation using the New Relic Infra tab on Observation for Adobe Commerce. Observation for Adobe Commerce is a New Relic nerdlet which shows the state of your Adobe Commerce site, current and past time views.
Affected products and versions:
Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure, 2.3.0-2.3.7-p1, 2.4.0-2.4.3
Check vCPU tier allocation with Observation for Adobe Commerce:
To access and log in to the New Relic Observation for Adobe Commerce nerdlet:
- From the New Relic home page, click Apps.
- Click Observation for Adobe Commerce.
- The Observation for Adobe Commerce nerdlet opens.
- Click on the Select an account dropdown and select an account.
- You can fill in the project id, the New Relic account number or account name, or browse through the list of accounts.
- Click on the light blue dropdown menu with the clock icon (toward the top right of the nerdlet window).
- If you are trying to identify the cause of an event/issue, select a time prior to the ticket date and time to see if there were any preceding events/data. You can use the preset time frames or set a custom time frame by selecting Set custom.
- On the tabs click Infra. There are three vCPU tier graphs:
- The first graph shows vCPU tier view over timeline GREATER 2 weeks (You will need to select a timeline GREATER than 2 weeks). NOTE: The sample rate will be per day. If cluster upsizes/downsizes occur on a day, the ending tier size will be displayed on the following day.
- The second graph shows vCPU tier view over timeline (need to select a timeline GREATER than 24 hours but not greater than 2 weeks).
- The third graph shows the vCPU tier view over timeline BY NODE, should look at timeline LESS than 24 hours.
- Observation for Adobe Commerce overview in our support knowledge base.