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Process metrics graph

Process metrics graph

Hi all,

In CODA DB all process metrics are stored.

We need to be able to graph process metrics in Performance Dashboard.

A nice to have will be TOP 10 Process component as graph, pie ...

BR

Thomas

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: New Idea

Hi,

You can already graph process metrics in perfromance dashboard, there is an ootb dashboard as well or you can create your own graphs. What is missing?

Thanks & Regards,

Moderator, OpsB IdeaX

tbriet Super Contributor.
Super Contributor.

We are able to graph many metrics as APPLICATION, CPU, DISK but PROCESS are not available in class menu.

We do not understand why there is a limitation with PROCESS Metrics

BR

Thomas

 

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Hi Tbriet, did you checked the /avr/opt/perf/parm file? are the settings there correct?

# The following log parameter controls the type of data logged by
# the oacore process. Choosing to log or not log each class of
# data does not generally affect any of the other classes. For example, if
# you are not going to use filesystem (FS_* metrics) data, you could
# choose not to log filesystem class of data, thus saving overhead in the
# performance data store. Use the utility program's scan function, after collection
# has been active for a few days, to see how the different classes of data
# are using space and adjust collection to best meet your needs.
#
# When running on a host (or an AIX LPAR), you can choose to enable guest
# performance data logging by adding the 'logical' keyword. See additional
# instructions for enabling the BYLS_ class of metrics in the Perf Agent
# installation guide found under <PERFDIR>/paperdocs/ovpa/C directory.

#log global application process device=disk,cpu,filesystem transaction   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
log global application process device=all                                                          <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hi Thomas @tbriet ,

I understand the issue you are facing - when you try to create a new dashboard, you do not see the process class of metrics. Yes, this is by design as the number of process instances during any time-period could be very large. You can either use/edit the ootb process drill down dashboard for process metrics visualization.

Do let me know if this addresses your ask.

Thanks & Regards,

Moderator, OpsB IdeaX

Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor
Status changed to: Waiting for Votes
 
tbriet Super Contributor.
Super Contributor.

Hi,

Process drill down is really unusefull. We have just a list of values.

BR

 

Thomas

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hi Thomas,

Then what is your expectation w.r.t. process metrics? What kind of graphs would you like to create?

Thanks & Regards,

Moderator, OpsB IdeaX

tbriet Super Contributor.
Super Contributor.

Hi,

 

I want to be able to graph CPU or memory of specifics processes (tomcat, httpd ...) or have a graph with top 10 process ..

Maybe some pie charts to know which processes consume CPU or Memory during a period.

BR

Thomas

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