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BTM - When Modifying Transactions or the Observer Communication Policy, How Will That Affect The Performance of the Observers and Monitors? (Doc ID 2099839.1)

Last updated on JULY 14, 2017

Applies to:

APM - Application Performance Management - Version 12.1.0.7.0 to 12.1.0.7.0 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 14-Jul-2017***

Goal

When running BTM 12.1.0.7.x, will there be any performance improvements or degradation on the BTM observers based on changes to a transaction, observer configuration setting, etc.?

In other words, what changes can you make in BTM that will affect how the BTM observer or monitor behaves?
 

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Observer Communication Policy Settings for a BTM Observer
 Observer Behavior
 Configuration polling interval [300] Seconds
 Instrument update interval [60] Seconds
 Number of connections [2] Connections
 Discovery processing interval [3] Minutes (1 - 1440)
 Enable dynamic discovery interval
 Observer Troubleshooting
 Enable trace logging
Trace logging level
 Log observed messages to file
Observation Log Directory
 Observer Message Queue
 Queue size [200] Messages
 Maximum message size [2048] Kilobytes
 Monitor Message Queue
 Queue size [1000] Messages
 Maximum message size [2048] Kilobytes
 Idle socket timeout [300000] Milliseconds
 Retain request messages for a maximum of [60] Seconds
 Number processing threads handling messages [5]
 Number processing threads handling endpoint discovery [2]
 JDB Summary
 Transaction Processing
 “Maximum transaction duration” of a transaction (default = 1 minute)
 A “bare bones” transaction
 Message properties to connect two operations.
 Enable an instance and property logging
 Enable message logging
 Address and consumer segmentation
References


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