To help us better track down the root cause and the potential effect of any attempts to fix this we would like to track/chart the number of corrupted user action PP's over time for our application(s). However, I've been unable to find such a measure, neither in the "Dynatrace Self-Monitoring" nor in the application's system profiles.
We currently use both AppMon 6.5 (Prod) and 7.1 (Pre-Prod).
Any suggestions are highly welcome.
Solved! Go to Solution.
PurePaths marked as corrupted are not used for other analysis views than the PurePath view. Corrupted PurePaths are not analyzed at all: they do not provide any measurements or incidents.
Well, apparently they are analyzed internally to trigger the "Corrupted Purepath" incident where their count is even reported up to 1000. That's why I hoped there would be a way to "tap" into this internal measure somehow...
But okay - RFE is on it's way.... 🙂
RTA - Skipped Non-Analyzed PurePaths: Purepaths that were not processed by the real-time analyzer. Complete PurePaths are processed by the real-time analyzer, but under certain circumstances (high load, low PurePath buffer size), completed PurePaths might fall out of its queue before they were analyzed.
Have a look on the below post.