This lightweight demo tool's purpose is to graphically demonstrate the key elements of pureScale WLB graphically and in real time on any pureScale database and without changing the databse or application running. It is not for production use!
psMon allows for platform independent monitoring of a pureScale cluster to graphically demonstrate the key elements of pureScale WLB graphically and in real time. PsMon provides the user with a view of a number of useful pieces of data regarding the current operating status of a pureScale cluster. The data displayed is broken down into two graphs:
- A view of the system resources (CPU, memory, and the current pureScale priority) .
- The current transaction throughput, optionally broken down to show commits and rollbacks.
In addition to the graphs, tables below the system resource graphs provide information on what applications are using the highest amounts of system resources.
The entire client application is built in Java and is therefore platform independent. It is a lightweight executable JAR file that can easily be run from almost any computer and can connect to any machine on which the PSMServer application has been deployed.