Performance Monitor

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Related article: Description of Panel Administration

Jedox Performance Monitor can log and display information for several key performance measures, including system hardware resources, number of logged-in users, etc.

Note: you need at least “R” rights for the object “ste_perf” to see the module “Performance” in the component Administration, and to select the time and the measures that should be displayed.

To set up the Performance Monitor, follow these steps:

  1. Select the timeframe for monitoring from the drop-down list “Date Time”. Then click the “Series” menu item to open the following dialog. Here you can select which measures you want to see.

  2. After a standard installation, you can only select the “Spreadsheet Server” source type. After changes in palo.ini (see below) you can also select source type “OLAP Server”:
  3. Click “Apply”. The selected measures are displayed in a timeline chart and in a table, as shown below.
    Note: If you select measures of both source types, then the table is not displayed.

  4. Add the following parameters in palo.ini to enable the “OLAP Server” source type:

    enable profiling  
    profile-interval <seconds> /optional, without entry, the default value 0f 60 seconds is used
    log syslog://<address:port> /optional, without entry, the default value (syslog://localhost:5556) is used

    Example:

    enable-profiling
    profile-interval 120
    log syslog://localhost:5556
  5. Restart “JedoxSuiteMolapService” to apply changes in palo.ini.

  6. To enable source type “Spreadsheet Server” the file …\Jedox Suite\core\config.xml
    requires profiling entries such as they already exist by default:

    <profiling enabled="true">
                <interval seconds="300" />
                <logger target="syslog://localhost:5556" />
    </profiling>
  7. Restart “JedoxSuiteCoreService” to apply the changes in config.xml.

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