-c    : use vsi-cache  instead of live kernel
    	 -t    : specify the output type from the following list
    	          :    vcpu-state-times
    	          :    vcpu-run-times
    	          :    vcpu-state-counts
    	          :    vcpu-run-states
    	          :    vcpu-alloc
    	          :    vcpu-migration-stats
    	          :    vcpu-load
    	          :    vcpu-comminfo
    	          :    vcpu-node-run-times
    	          :    ncpus
    	          :    cpu
    	          :    pcpu-stats
    	          :    pcpu-load
    	          :    overhead-histo
    	          :    sys-service-stats
    	          :    run-state-histo
    	          :    wait-state-histo
    	          :    coSched-stats
    	          :    groups
    	          :    power-pstates
    	          :    power-cstates
    	          :    numa-clients
    	          :    numa-migration
    	          :    numa-cnode
    	          :    numa-pnode
    	          :    numa-global
    	 -f          : ignore version check
    	 -w          : only show stats of the specified world
    	 -g          : only show stats of the specified group
    	 -p          : only show stats of the specified pcpu
    	 -m          : only show stats of the specified module
    	 -r          : reset scheduler statistics
    	 -s  : 1 to enable advanced cpu sched stats gathering, 0 to disable.
    	 -l , : comma separated list of ids to restrict the report to;
    	                (not supported by all reports)
    	 -k          : check the correctness of scheduling stats
    	 -v          : verbose
    	 -h          : print friendly help message
    	Sched-stats reads the stats data from vmkernel for each vcpu one
    	by one via the VSI interface. Since the scheduling stats may
    	continue to change during the VSI calls, what's reported by
    	sched-stats is not a consistent snapshot of the kernel stats.
    	But the inconsistency is expected to be small.

Designed by SanjuD(@ngineerbabu)