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  • #11
    Originally posted by onlyLinuxLuvUBack View Post
    • Look for information on specific tools or services offered by Google Cloud for monitoring power usage, such as Cloud IoT Core mentioned in result [4]. This may require setting up and configuring the tool/service to get accurate power usage information.
    • Explore third-party tools or services that integrate with Google Cloud and provide features for tracking or monitoring power usage. This may involve researching and evaluating different options to find a solution that fits your specific needs.
    • [4] Contact Google Cloud customer support for assistance on getting power usage information. They may be able to provide guidance on the best approach based on your specific use case and requirements.
    Power use on a cloud system is pointless. You'd just be seeing how busy the system is overall based on other customers activity on the same physical machine as the one you happen to currently be assigned to.

    It's not difficult to find reviews of whole physical servers if you want to find out the general power efficiency. Most servers are capped at the same power usage, so you can just divide that by the # of cores.