I would like to use Performance Monitoring Infrastructure(PMI) on WebSphere Application Server.
Does XC10 Appliance supports PMI?
I tryed to use PMI by following eXtremeScale guide,
but the entry were grayouted and I couldn't choose it.
Pinned topic Monitoring with WebSphere Application Server PMI
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Updated on 2012-08-22T18:46:07Z at 2012-08-22T18:46:07Z by dacleyra2
babatch 0100003C9F6 Posts
Re: Monitoring with WebSphere Application Server PMI2012-08-13T13:27:19ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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I am discussing capacity plan of WAS session persistence to XC10.
Now I have to measure the size of the session object serialized and wrote to XC10 via network.
First, I set PMI counter ExternalWriteSize to enabled.
But it remained the value 0 on the TPV even HitCount sample counts up the value.
Next, I set PMI counter ObjectMap statistics, but the values of those statistics on TPV also remained 0.
So I would like to ask questions:
1. I suppose the reason of the first case was: WAS default session manager was altered by the WXS client provided session manager, is it right?
2. I understand Brian has answered to the Masahiro's question that XC10 doesn't support PMI. Now I have 220.127.116.11 firmware, does it still not support PMI?
dacleyra2 0600013NNB2 Posts
Re: Monitoring with WebSphere Application Server PMI2012-08-22T18:46:07ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.The ExternalWriteSize is currently not available when using WXS or XC10
You can use the XC10 GUI Stats or the client utility xscmd.sh -c showMapSizes to get information about the amount of data in the grid.