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vin.app
vin.app
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Pinned topic Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

‏2009-06-12T12:38:35Z |
Question on websphere portal CacheManagerService : Are there any tools/portlet to monitor these caching activities (PUMA, PAC activities) ?. I used CacheMonitor.ear. But looks like it doesn't monitor this (looks like it just monitors the portlet fragments caches).

Thanks
Updated on 2012-11-18T07:02:47Z at 2012-11-18T07:02:47Z by SystemAdmin
  • fang
    fang
    769 Posts

    Re: Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

    ‏2009-06-14T03:24:12Z  
    As far as I know, there is not a public tool to look into portal caches. CacheMonitor app only can monitor those in the Application servers.

    -FF

    The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    30895 Posts

    Re: Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

    ‏2009-06-15T15:34:38Z  
    • fang
    • ‏2009-06-14T03:24:12Z
    As far as I know, there is not a public tool to look into portal caches. CacheMonitor app only can monitor those in the Application servers.

    -FF

    The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.
    Hello,
    If you send me email, then I can send you a Portal Cache Viewer portlet.

    yang@us.ibm.com

    There is no official support for the Portal Cache Viewer portlet; it is currently a work in progress and provided "as-is".

    CacheMonitor.ear will show detailed information on one cache on one page.

    The Portal Cache Viewer portlet will show generic information on all WebSphere Portal caches on one page.

    Thank you,
    David Yang
    WebSphere Portal support

    The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of IBM.
  • vin.app
    vin.app
    44 Posts

    Re: Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

    ‏2009-06-18T12:59:47Z  
    Hello,
    If you send me email, then I can send you a Portal Cache Viewer portlet.

    yang@us.ibm.com

    There is no official support for the Portal Cache Viewer portlet; it is currently a work in progress and provided "as-is".

    CacheMonitor.ear will show detailed information on one cache on one page.

    The Portal Cache Viewer portlet will show generic information on all WebSphere Portal caches on one page.

    Thank you,
    David Yang
    WebSphere Portal support

    The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of IBM.
    Thanks David, i already received from you.

    • Vinod
  • PeterK2
    PeterK2
    20 Posts

    Re: Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

    ‏2009-09-23T14:38:58Z  
    CacheMonitor, Exteneded Cache Monoitor does not work on Websphere 7.0.0.1 unless you install a fix

    http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/downloads/cache_monitor.html

    Servlet caching (via cachespec.xml) is not enabled by default.
    <components xmi:type="applicationserver.webcontainer:WebContainer" xmi:id="WebContainer_1226808168345" sessionAffinityTimeout="0" defaultVirtualHostName="default_host" enableServletCaching="true">

    Need this fix:
    http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=180&uid=swg1PK78286
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    30895 Posts

    Re: Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

    ‏2012-11-18T07:02:47Z  
    Hello,
    If you send me email, then I can send you a Portal Cache Viewer portlet.

    yang@us.ibm.com

    There is no official support for the Portal Cache Viewer portlet; it is currently a work in progress and provided "as-is".

    CacheMonitor.ear will show detailed information on one cache on one page.

    The Portal Cache Viewer portlet will show generic information on all WebSphere Portal caches on one page.

    Thank you,
    David Yang
    WebSphere Portal support

    The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of IBM.
    Could you please help me in setting up this Cache Monitor Service
  • SamiSam
    SamiSam
    1 Post

    Re: Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

    ‏2015-08-17T17:18:48Z  

    Hello,

     

    yang@us.ibm.com is no longer valid.  Can someone supply a URL or provide the portlet app by any chance?

     

    thank you

  • Marcelo V Araujo
    Marcelo V Araujo
    4 Posts

    Re: Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

    ‏2017-12-19T16:44:37Z  
    • SamiSam
    • ‏2015-08-17T17:18:48Z

    Hello,

     

    yang@us.ibm.com is no longer valid.  Can someone supply a URL or provide the portlet app by any chance?

     

    thank you

    hi people. i have six websites running on websphere 8.5 server. how i can setup the cache to clean the cache for one specific website? in cache viewer i only have this link: "Clear all caches"; its possible, to setup cache to work only with blog website, as an eg? tks!

  • jim.barnes
    jim.barnes
    986 Posts

    Re: Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

    ‏2017-12-20T13:59:13Z  

    hi people. i have six websites running on websphere 8.5 server. how i can setup the cache to clean the cache for one specific website? in cache viewer i only have this link: "Clear all caches"; its possible, to setup cache to work only with blog website, as an eg? tks!

    if you get the enhanced cache monitor servlet you should be able to clear caches with a more specific request

    https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/downloads/cache_monitor.html

  • Marcelo V Araujo
    Marcelo V Araujo
    4 Posts

    Re: Monitoring Cache (CacheManagerService) in Portal

    ‏2017-12-20T14:05:27Z  

    if you get the enhanced cache monitor servlet you should be able to clear caches with a more specific request

    https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/downloads/cache_monitor.html

    Hi Jim. I will verify if it resolves for me. Thanks a lot!