Basically our current Oracle database servers running with oracle 11g R2 databases and EBS R12 applications. We are planning to add another EBS R12 instance so before to add In this server
is capable to handle these environment load? in that basis we are looking for the server utilization that shows the CPU,RAM,Disk I/o, network,horse power,space...etc this should shows some value to our client and decides wether they want to upgrade this server or buy new servers to install the other environments.
searching for the 'host' target for your database and then clicking on that should give you some nice graphs of all of that stuff - is that what you want? It's the same as in grid control but the screens just look a little different.
Thos graphs will give the results of just today's looks to me last 12-24 hrs period and didn't see option to save in a file . We are looking over the average utilization of servers.. like monthly/weekly.. etc.. so that it can give some good input of how much the server is been utilized.
Seems the screens changed a little - in grid control there was a nice hosts summary page where it would show you exactly what you wanted - clound control seems to have the same information but only for a short time period that can't be changed.
Have you tried host->monitoring->cpu details from the left hand drop down when you have the host selected - this allows you to go back a month (well it would if it worked - seems not to be working correctly on 18.104.22.168 - we are patching this week....).
If that doesn;t work you can write your own based on tables in the repository but thats a bot more of a pain to do.