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How to monitor the performance of a WebSphere application server

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In the left panel of the WebSphere web console, expand Monitoring and Tuning and select Performance Monitoring Infrastructure (PMI). Select a node, server, or cluster. By default, PMI is enabled in Basic mode.

 

In the left panel of the WebSphere web console, expand Monitoring and Tuning > Performance Viewer, and select Current activity. Select a node, server, or cluster. This will display the Tivoli Performance Viewer.

 

There is no need to select the Start Logging button to watch the collection of performance metrics in real time. The Start Logging button justs writes the events to a log file so that you can "replay" the monitoring later. For more on Start Logging, check out this article. In this example, the Snoop Servlet of the Default Application was refreshed twice to generate some monitoring data.

 

Tuning suggestions can be viewed by selecting Advisor in the Tivoli Performance Viewer. In this example, there are 5 tuning suggestions.



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