I am running several virtual machines (around 7 or so) inside VMWare Workstation on a Windows host.
In the Windows Task Manager, I see there is a vmware-vmx.exe process created for every virtual machine that I have. All fine and dandy.
Occasionally, I see some of the vmware-vmx.exe processes shooting up in CPU usage (because certain virtual machines are doing some heavy-duty processing)...
My question: is there a way (without actually going into each VM and checking for CPU usage) to find out the offending VMs? How can I find out the mapping between each vmware-vmx.exe process (that is listed in the Task Manager) and the corresponding VM?