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Open Discussion - Interpret trace

Malaik
Champion

Hello All,

 

how would you interpret the bellow trace,

Bellow Queries are taking 1.5sec each,

after checking with database team, same queries are taking around 40msec.

 

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Why its network I/O? is it because we are monitoring the calls from application server, so network time and processing are also counted?

 

Thanks.

 

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Mizső
DynaMight Leader
DynaMight Leader

Hi @Malaik 

You mentioned that the same queries are taking 40ms. One query or 47/50 queries are taking 40ms? If one and you multiply 47 or 50 times then it could be 1,5 - 2 sec (1500ms - 2000ms).

Best regards,

Mizső

Dynatrace Community RockStar 2024, Certified Dynatrace Professional

Yes thanks @Mizső this is what I'm thinking.

Thanks and good day.

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PacoPorro
Dynatrace Champion
Dynatrace Champion

you have around 300 db calls in this trace.

2 additional ms per db call means 0.6 seconds.

PacoPorro_0-1708501002586.png

 

In the case of such a number of queries, I would be interested to know whether you have correctly set the cache for database queries on the application side (a very common problem on environments with Hibernate).

Have a nice day!

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