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Hibernate Sensor Package

jan-hendrik_wol
Organizer

Hi,



I have a question about the hibernate sensor package.



It was disabled in error, although we are using hibernate. To which call the missing time will be assigned?



Background is that we have very fast database queries that require partially under 1ms.

Can we trust such times?




Regards



Jan

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c_schwarzbauer
Dynatrace Champion
Dynatrace Champion

hi Jan,



basically the time calculation works as follows:



  • we measure the total exec time of executed methods

  • to get the (self) exec time of a method, we take this total exec time and subtract the total exec times of all direct children (callees)




so in your scenario, when the hibernate methods are no longer instrumented, this basically means:



  • the (self) exec times of these methods will be added to the parent(s) (callers)

  • the total exec times will remain the same, anyway




hope this helps,

Christian

jan-hendrik_wol
Organizer

Hi Christian,



thank you for your reply.



I think, now I understand, how it works. Anyway, after the next reboot of our productional evironment, the hibernate package will be included. (wink)




Regards,



Jan