Welcome to the Application Performance Management Blog, where you can read the perspectives from APM experts. This Blog provides insights into the Application Performance Management solution, as well as technical details about specific IBM products.
ITCAM Agents for WebSphere Messaging 7.3.0 FP1 is available! It contains a some important fixes related to APARs IV68211 - QUEUE DEFINITIONS NODE ON TEP IS MISSING WITH VERSION 7.3.0 IV76825 - MQ AGENT ON IBM SYSTEM I FAILS TO START AFTER SEPT 6, 2015 IV64689 - MQ AGENT MAY TERMINATE WHEN CHANNEL STATUS RETURNS VALUES FOR BYTSSENT OR BYTSRCVD IV69292 - MQ AGENT COULD TERMINATE OR CAUSE HIGH CPU WHEN COLLECTING DATA FOR "CURRENT QUEUE MANAGER STATUS" WORKSPACE OR SITUATION. This level of the agents is based on ITM 630 FP2... [More]
Annette, the level 2 operator, receives an e-mail to indicate that the WASHighResponseTime situation has triggered for an application. Annette navigates to the Tivoli Enterprise Portal and notices in the Application Server Summary workspace, the icon for the application is displaying a critical icon. The flyover for the application indicates that the Average Response time (ms) is high. Annette needs to determine how long the response time has been high. ... [More]
This set of blogs will be short entries about issues seen recently and have been solved. Just generally anything that might be useful. Each blog will be on one subject. Reverting the ci, ax, ue and ui components or Installed MQ Agent support for 7.3 agent and ITM 6.23 on AIX? It is documented that the MQ agent needs 6.3 FP02 to work correctly but if you have installed the support on to your 6.23 AIX ITM... [More]
1. The two ways to integrate the RT WRT agent with Tx Tracking agents are : Agent-based and AgentLess ******************************************************************************************************************* - "Agent-based" : This is enabled by selecting the "Enable Transactions Tracking Integration" option during WRT agent configuration. It will cause the WRT (t5) agent to send TTAPI events to a designated Tx Collector (tu) agent. This option populates the regular Servers, Components, Applications,... [More]
This set of blogs will be short entries about issues seen recently and have been solved. Just generally anything that might be useful. Each blog will be on one subject. Using SOAP and needing to use two CT_reset commands to close alert. Came across this the other day, where a customer had upgraded to a 6.3 ITM version, and was using soap to create their own alerts. The CT_Alert and CT_Acknowledge worked fine, but using CT_Reset did not close the alert. The alert... [More]
This is a brief discussion of monitoring of alert log messages using ITCAM Extended Oracle Agent. Hopefully you will be able to answer following questions after reading this entry. How can the agent be used to get an alert when specific message ID appears in the alert log? Why are some messages in Oracle alert log not being displayed by the agent? How... [More]
The "IBM Monitoring Academy Seminars" are a series of LIVE video blogs presented by Mark Leftwich, Shaun Rodger and Wale Shoyinka The series is designed to be slightly less formal and give you the latest monitoring information directly from the hands on experience of our subject matter experts. We work on the products daily, work on site with customers and are always up to speed with the latest information on the products. We are now passing this information on directly to you in a nice easy to... [More]
-- just 6 easy steps: 1. Click this Agent Builder link . 2. Right-click Agent Builder and select Add this topic and its subtopics to a new collection. 3. Click My Collections . 4. Click Sign In and enter your IBM ID and password (not your Intranet ID & password). 5. Under My Collections , click Agent Builder , and then click Create PDF File . 6. Enter the name of the file and click Save . There you have it! You can create a PDF for any topic in KC.
One of the most common errors received when using the Server Dashboard in the JazzSM environment, is the message: CTJSD201E - Unable to establish communications with the data provider server It is a generic message issued when the connector fails reaching the data provider, in our case TEPS, but it may have indeed several root causes. 1) ITM Data provider not available Most common cause is that the data provider on TEPS side is really not available. In order to verify this option, you can run a quick test directly... [More]
The "IBM Monitoring Academy Seminars" are a series of LIVE video blogs presented by Mark Leftwich, Shaun Rodger and Jens Helbig The series is designed to be slightly less formal and give you the latest monitoring information directly from the hands on experience of our subject matter experts. We work on the products daily, work on site with customers and are always up to speed with the latest information on the products. We are now passing this information on directly to you in a nice easy to... [More]
In today's installment I am demoing how simple and easy it is to post your technical questions to IBM Developerworks community *** For any IBM product! *** The video below video provides you everything you need to know to post a question, in under 5 minutes! Topics covered: As this is the monitoring academy, I couldn't end there... Here are customised links to take you straight to the the monitoring posts:... [More]
Exciting news - t oday we are announcing the next beta program for the on-premises offerings of the IBM Performance Management portfolio. The portfolio is composed of IBM Monitoring (application-aware infrastructure monitoring), IBM Application Performance Management (resource, end user, transactions tracking of application environments), IBM Application Diagnostics (deep dive diagnostics) and IBM Application Performance Management Advanced (the most complete APM solution for your application environment). The beta includes... [More]
In this new blog I'm going to cover the installation/configuration the TEPS on HACMP cluster and “overall” what to check to be sure it was configured correctly. Obviously if our TEPS starts and failover without any problem then it is a great indication that it was well :-)))) but it may be interesting to know what files are modified in case, for example, we have to change the hostname or find files making reference to the physical name making us to think about If TEPS was configured well or not . When... [More]