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What is the best way to determine where an increase in DB Count is occurring?

msmith1
Helper

Hello,

We've noticed an increase in query count per request over the last few months. Our casebase is large with many developers and I'm wondering is there a way I can isolate where the increase is coming from?

We're on dynatrace 6.3

Thank you


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kyle_kowalski
Dynatrace Pro
Dynatrace Pro

I would chart it out and see if you can correlate the increase in count with one of your release cycles, otherwise I would look to developers that are working on the classes directly above the DB count.


JamesKitson
Dynatrace Leader
Dynatrace Leader

Obligatory recommendation to upgrade as 6.3 has been out of full support for about a year (and even limited support ended in February).


arturomr
Inactive

Hi,

If you are using business transactions to have your requests organized, you can calculate the DB count per type of request (for example: DB count for login, register, purchase...).

Having this data you can chart or report directly the numbers, and see which use cases are increasing their query rates, and also compare it with older versions...

Hope this helps!

Regards