You can view the monitoring charts of a scaling group. This helps you understand the resource usage of the scaling group within a month.


  1. Log on to the Auto Scaling console.
  2. Go to the Monitoring Details page of the scaling group.
    1. In the left-side navigation pane, click Scaling Groups.
    2. In the top navigation bar, select a region.
    3. Find the scaling group and use one of the following methods to open the details page of the scaling group:
      • Click the ID of the scaling group in the Scaling Group Name/ID column.
      • Click Details in the Actions column.
    4. In the upper part of the page, click the Monitoring Details tab.
  3. Select the time range of the monitoring charts.
    Configure the time range
    • Time range: You can select 1 Hour, 6 Hours, 12 Hours, 1 Day, or 1 Week, or specify a time period within a month.
    • Auto refresh: If you turn on Auto Refresh, the system automatically refreshes the monitoring data every 5 seconds.
  4. View the monitoring charts.

    The following figure shows the CPU, Memory, and Load Metrics monitoring charts.

    • You can click a monitoring dimension such as Average or Maximum in the upper part of the monitoring chart to hide or show relevant data in the chart.
    • You can click the Zoom in icon in the chart to enlarge the current chart. You can also select a time range in the enlarged chart to view data of that time period.
    • If a monitoring chart has no data, you have not created an event-triggered task for the corresponding metric. Create an event-triggered task as prompted. For more information, see Create event-triggered tasks.