Disable Files metrics collectionBy default metrics are collected for Files. You can disable metrics collection in the files-config.xml properties file.
Before you beginTo edit configuration files, use the IBM WAS wsadmin client. See Starting the wsadmin client for information about how to start the wsadmin command-line tool.
About this taskFor Files, two sets of metrics are collected each day: one for personal files and another for community files. One day of metrics is stored in one row in the database. Metric data only requires a few kilobytes of space, so in most cases there is no need to disable metric collection. You might want to disable metrics if collecting them affects performance. But if you disable metric collection there is no way to retrieve data from the days on which it was disabled.
- Start the wsadmin client.
- Start the Files Jython script interpreter.
- Access the Files configuration files:
If you are asked to select a server, you can select any server.
- Check out the Files configuration files using the following command:
- <working_directory> is the temporary working directory to which the configuration XML and XSD files are copied. The files are kept in this working directory while you make changes to them.
Note: AIX and Linux™ only: The directory must grant write permissions or the command will not run successfully.
- <cell_name> is the name of the WAS cell hosting the IBM Connections application. This argument is required. If you do not know the cell name, you can determine it by typing the following command in the wsadmin command processor:
- Optional: To view the current configuration settings use the following command:
- To set the scheduledTasks.MetricsDailyCollection.enabled property to false, use the following command:
- You must check the configuration files back in after making changes, and they must be checked in during the same wsadmin session in which they were checked out for the changes to take effect. See the topic Apply Files property changes for details.
Parent topicAdminister Files
Starting the wsadmin client
Apply Files property changes