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knowing all transactions of a service

erh_inetum
Participant

Hi,

 

We are interesing in knowing all requests that have a service.

In one of our service we can see that:

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We are interesting in knowing all requests; even requests ocurred extremely rarely.

Is it possible knowing that? Where can we see that=

 

Thank

Regards,

Elena.

 

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Yosi_Neuman
DynaMight Champion
DynaMight Champion

Hi @erh_inetum 

You will see all the requests the only thing is that dynatrace will not added their measures 

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HTH

Yos 

dynatrace certificated professional - dynatrace primer partner - Matrix Soft Ware Division - Israel

Ok, but as you can see, at the bottom of page, we receive the message "at least 2 contributors were skipped because they ..."

How can we see all of them and their measures? Is this possible?

Regards,

Elena.

 

Babar_Qayyum
DynaMight Leader
DynaMight Leader

Hello @erh_inetum 

With a standard setup, each Dynatrace OneAgent captures at least 1,000 new end-to-end distributed traces (aka, PurePaths) within each monitored process every minute (1,000/min/process).

You can choose to increase the number of entry-point PurePaths captured per process/minute in your most important environments to get even higher fidelity than the default. The upper limit is 100,000 new end-to-end requests/process/min. This effectively instructs OneAgent to capture all requests. This is useful when you need to ensure the capture of even rare requests within high-volume environments.

 

You can override the settings from the deep monitoring.

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Regards,

Babar

erh_inetum
Participant

Thanks, Babar.