IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager for Application Diagnostics, Version 188.8.131.52
Configure the Server Statistics Overview page
Configure the Server Statistics Overview page by selecting the resources to display on the detail page. In addition, set the warning threshold for certain resources by selecting the desired function from the list box.
Configure the Server Statistics Overview page:
- From the top navigation, click...
Availability > Server Statistics Overview > Customize | resource_name
- To show a warning (color the table cell yellow) when a statistic is above or below a certain threshold, select an operator from the list box, and enter the threshold limit in the field next to it.
- Click Save. For each data element on the Server Statistics Configuration page, set the range between 0-99999.
You can select the following statistics:
- Volume Delta.
- Total Volume.
- Group name: the name of the group to which the server belongs
- Uptime: the time since the server was last rebooted
- Start Time: the time when server monitoring was started; this is usually the time the server was started
- Paging Rate
- Total CPU%: the current CPU load on the server
- Platform: the operating system that the server runs
- Live Sessions: the number of sessions currently open on the server
- Platform CPU Delta: the amount of CPU time spent since the last sample
- Application Server Platform
- Volume Delta per Second (If this value is >.5, it is rounded up to 1.)
- JVM/Region CPU Delta
- JVM/Region CPU%
- IP Address
- Average Response Time (1 min).
- data collector Uptime: the time since the data collector was started or restarted.
- JVM/Region (DSA,EDSA) Memory Usage.
- Delta Normal CP time: for z/OS servers, the amount of normal central processor time spent since last sample.
- Delta zAAP time: for z/OS servers, the amount of zAAP (additional CPU used exclusively for Java applications including WebSphere; requires z/OS 1.6 or above) time spent since last sample.
- Delta zAAP-eligible time on CP: for z/OS servers, the amount of normal central processor time since last sample that was spent on tasks eligible for a zAAP; this happens when a zAAP is not present or busy. High values of this statistic can mean that an additional zAAP would be beneficial.
- Delta zAAP-eligible time: for z/OS servers, the amount of processor time (regardless of processor type) since last sample that was spent on tasks eligible for a zAAP. This is a sum of Delta zAAP time and Delta zAAP-eligible time on CP.
Parent topic:Server Statistics Overview