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Is it possible to get concurrent hits on weblogic server instance.

mohit
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Hello Mohit,

Look for the measures named : "Active Servlet Session Count" and "Cached Servlet Session Count".

Plot this into chart and this should give good idea.

Regards, Rajesh.

Hello Rajesh,

These measures are not available for weblogic.

Regards

Mohit

andreas_grabner
Dynatrace Leader
Dynatrace Leader

You should be able to chart Web Request Count Measure split by Agent. That means you will see number of requests per Web Server Instance assuming that you have a Dynatrace Java Agent in every Web Server Instance.

Andi

Hi Andi,

Here case is different ,from same web servers request are redirecting to several applications, but I want to see the concurrency on only one server/application.

And web request count is only for web server not for app servers.

Regards

Mohit

Here case is different ,from same web servers request are redirecting to several applications, but I want to see the concurrency on only one server/application.

Hi Mohit, It is trivial to estimate the Hits/Minute (or PurePaths per minute) on each JVM. You can easily pull Transaction flow dashboard for a peak hour and then select Topology view and look out for the Incoming calls (count) in the hover details and calculate per minute hits for each server easily.

Let me know if this is sufficient.

Regards, Rajesh