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.
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4 replies Latest Post - 2012-08-22T18:46:07Z by dacleyra2
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Updated on 2012-08-22T18:46:07Z at 2012-08-22T18:46:07Z by dacleyra2
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Re: Monitoring with WebSphere Application Server PMI2012-08-13T13:27:19Z in response to bkmartinI have some related question.
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 126.96.36.199 firmware, does it still not support PMI?
dacleyra2 0600013NNB2 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Monitoring with WebSphere Application Server PMI2012-08-22T18:46:07Z in response to SystemAdminThe 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.