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ramesh9
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Graph based on APPLICATION Metrics in SCOPE

OM Agent 11.x

 

When running ovcodautil -obj, I am seeing following metrics,

 

NumDataSources = 2


SCOPE
CODA

 

NumObjects = 14


SCOPE GLOBAL
SCOPE APPLICATION

 

APPLICATION metric stores data on processes logged under particular application.

 

Is it possible to create new OVPM Graph based on APPLICATION metric which is defined inside SCOPE datasource.

 

Please help.

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m_vidyasagar
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Re: Graph based on APPLICATION Metrics in SCOPE

You need to create a new graph using the Application Metrics ..

 

Open the OVPM and then click on the graph and then Design a Graph 

 

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Click on the "Design a new Graph"

 

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Select the  type of graph :

 

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Select any Node to see the data based on the metric you select :

 

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In the Next Step select the PA (Performance Agent) click on the Next..

 

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Mention the Graph name and other details and then click on next  ..

 

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Now select the Application metrics which you want to see in the graph and then click on next ..

 

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Continue with the further options , and then save the graph ..

 

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ramesh9
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Re: Graph based on APPLICATION Metrics in SCOPE

Hi Vidyasagar

 

Thanks for your inputs.

 

But once I select Application Metrics, I am seeing the metric name are common for all applications which are defined.

 

For example if I collect PA metric for different applications,

 

OVO

NNM

PERF

 

and I want to draw a graph based on Application Metrics but only for NNM application, how do I design it.

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m_vidyasagar
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Re: Graph based on APPLICATION Metrics in SCOPE

Design and Save the graph with the application metrics you want .. While drawing the graph select only the NNM Application machines .. Even though if you select the different machine , machines on which NNM is not installed , and then draw the graph you wont see any data ..

 

For example : There's is process details graph under the "Infrastructure Performance"

 

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This graph is designed with the metrics related to the process details , however , there are metrics that are suitable only to the HP-UX machines , say PROC_DISK_PHYS_IO_RATE ( Disk IO Rate ), so when you draw the process detail graph selecting the Windows machines , you wont find the DISK IO Rate metrics there , but if you select the HP-UX machines then you will observe the PROC_DISK_PHYS_IO_RATE  ( Disk IO Rate ) ..

 

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Conclusion : Even though you create a graph with the metrics which are meant for specific machines it can be run on the other machines as well but you wont see any data related to it unless it is the intended machine ..

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JorgeThompson
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Re: Graph based on APPLICATION Metrics in SCOPE

You can also use OVPM's filtering capabilities.

 

After you select the metrics you want to graph, click on properties (under the list of metrics) and set up a filter where APP_NAME=NNM

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m_vidyasagar
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Re: Graph based on APPLICATION Metrics in SCOPE

I'm afraid that I have misunderstood your query .. 

 

If you are looking for what 

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