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TeamCity provides handy ways to estimate build agents efficiency and help you manage your system:

Load Statistics Matrix

The Matrix available at the Matrix tab on the Agents page provides you with a bird's-eye view of the overall Build Agents workload for all finished builds during the time range you selected.
By taking a look at the build configurations compatible with a particular agent, you can assign the build configuration to particular Build Agents and significantly lower the idle time. This helps you adjust the hardware resources usage more effectively and fill the discovered productivity gaps.

  1. Specified time range. Click Update to reload the matrix.
  2. Agent pool. Clicking a link opens the pool's page.
  3. Individual agents. Clicking a link opens the agent's details page.
  4. Total build duration during the specified time.
  5. Total build duration for a particular build configuration during the specified time range.
  6. Total duration for a particular build configurationof builds that were run on the particular build agent during the specified time period.
  7. The build agent is compatible with the build configuration, but no builds were run during the specified time range.
  8. The build agent is incompatible with the configuration, or disconnected.

Build Agents' Workload Statistics

TeamCity provides a number of visual metrics, namely, statistics of Build Agents' activity and their usage during a particular time period. These information is available at the Statistics tab on the Agents page.

You'll find this feature helpful in:

  • your daily administration activities aimed at lowering your company's network workload
  • locating and eliminating the gap between the most frequently used computers and those which are often idle
  • reducing the cost of your hardware resources ownership

See also:

Concepts: Build Agent
Installation and Upgrade: Installing and Running Additional Build Agents

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