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This product reached the end of support date on March 31, 2021.

Webserver KPI's

shanmugan_k1
Inactive

Hi,

Please help me understand the following KPI's of Web server(We are currently using IBM Web server).

  1. What are busy threads? Is it the number of concurrent connections (or) max clients (or) processor threads?
  2. How is the number of requests and request rate calculated?
  3. It would be great if someone could help us in understanding the PMI measures from that value is fetched by dynatrace for these KPI's.

Note:

We are using multiple web servers for a single application and tried figuring out the data for finding out concurrent visits in WebServer(Without UEM). Can we do that?

 

Thanks in advance!!!

Cheers,

Shanmugan K

 

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KlausEnzenhofer
Dynatrace Pro
Dynatrace Pro

Hi Shanmugan,

Without UEM it is not possible to get the number of concurrent visits. The number of busy threads is per web request meaning each web request = a concurrent busy thread but not a visit or session.

2. The number of requests is a KPI retrieved from the Apache scoreboard. The rate is requests per seconds

Cheers Klaus