Hello! Good afternoon! Here in my Introscope I can not find the metric Requests Per IntervalServer: IBM HTTP SERVERIs it okay to appear in performance?
Per the wiki doc link Hal provided see section "Apache-based performance metrics"
By default only 2 Performance metrics will be displayed which are the ones you see:
You need to enable ExtendedStatus on the web server to see the other 3 metrics including Requests Per Interval:
See ExtendedStatus on this page:
Install and Configure CA APM for Web Servers - CA Application Performance Management - 10.5 - CA Technologies Documentat…
Hope that helps
Are you using APM for Web Servers. If so, look at the following:
See CA APM for Web Servers Metrics - CA Application Performance Management - 10.5 - CA Technologies Documentation
All metrics appear in the Introscope Investigator tree under the Web Servers node.
There are two top-level nodes under the Web Servers node: Discovered Servers and Monitored Servers.
"Requests Per Interval" should be a Performance metric, per the following FAQ:
CA APM for Web Servers FAQs - CA Application Performance Management - 9.6 - CA Technologies Documentation
Q. I have a new web server that is not yet available for access to anyone but the CA APM for Web Servers agent. I enabled performance metrics and for metrics such as Requests per Interval, or NotFoundErrors, I see some constant values. Is this behavior normal?
A. Yes, it is normal. To get the performance metrics from a web server, we establish a connection with the server at a defined frequency. This results in some of those metrics with values.
Hi, Lynn Williams!
thank you very much for the information. That's what I needed!I'll check this information on the server
Hi! Lynn Willimans! Just one more detail!
Just one more detail!If I activate ExtendedStatus, can this compromise the performance of Introscope?AttPotterMan
The effect will be to increase the metrics being monitored/processed by agent and sent to EM. So it will increase resource usage by both agent & EM but effect should be minimal as only extra 3 metrics are involved.
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