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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Performance Monitor Guide
Release 8.98 Update 4

Part Number E14715-02
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A  B  C  D  E  F  G  I  J  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  W 

A

Agent Definitions form, 4.5
Agent Filters form, 4.6
agents
connecting to monitors, 3.2.2
domain resource agents, 2.2.1
monitoring definitions, 4.5
process instrumentation agents, 2.2.1
setting buffer sizes, 4.4
setting event sampling rates, 4.4
setting filtering, 4.6
understanding, 2.2.1
understanding monitor URLs, 3.3.2
Application Engine programs
PSPM_ARCHIVE, 4.4, 7.1.1
reaper program, 4.4
application server domains
monitored system elements, 2.2.1.2
application servers
monitoring system elements, 2.2.2.3
setting up for monitored systems, 3.3.5
archiving
setting archive mode, 4.4
understanding performance history data, 7.1.1
authentication
understanding PMU 113, B.7

B

buffers
setting for performance data, 4.4

C

charts
monitoring performance data, 2.6, 5.1.1
Completed PMUs form, 7.2
contexts
PMU 100, B.1
PMU 101, B.2
PMU 102, B.3
PMU 106, B.4
PMU 108, B.5
PMU 109, B.6
PMU 113, B.7
PMU 114, B.8
PMU 115, B.9
understanding, 6.1.3
understanding definitions, 6.4
counter metrics, 6.2

D

databases
setting up for monitored systems, 3.3.1
setting up monitoring databases, 3.2.1
understanding JD Edwards application databases, 2.2.1.1
understanding monitoring system databases, 2.2.2.1
deviation, standard, 5.1.1
domain resource agents, 2.2.1
domains
application server, 2.2.1.2
domain resource agents, 2.2.1
identifying for agents, 4.5
identifying for PMU requests, 7.2.2.1

E

events
understanding, 2.4.2

F

filtering
setting for agents, 4.6
setting for PMUs, 6.5, B

G

gauge metrics, 6.2
Global Administration form, 4.2
grids
monitoring performance data, 2.6

I

instrumentation
process instrumentation agents, 2.2.1
understanding, 2.4
understanding PMUs, 6.1.4

J

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
events, 2.4.2, 3.2.1
PMUs, 2.4.1
system database (PTSYS), 2.2.2.1, 3.2.1
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Performance Monitor
administering, 4
agents, 2.2.1
analyzing historical performance data, 7
configuring, 3.1
elements, 2.2
instrumentation, 2.4
metadata, 6
monitored systems, 2.2.1
monitoring data, 2.6
monitoring system performance, 5
monitoring systems, 2.2.2
performance metrics coverage, 2.7
setting global system options, 4.2
setting up, 3
sharing performance data with third-party systems, 2.5
understanding, 2
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Performance Monitor Integration (PPMI)PPMI, 2.5
JD Edwards Multi-Platform Installer program, 3.2.2

L

labels
viewing for contexts, 6.4
viewing for metrics, 6.2, 6.5
viewing for PMUs, 6.5, B

M

metadata
contexts, 6.4
metrics, 6.2
PMUs, 6.5
understanding, 6.1
metrics
modifying definitions, 6.2
PMU 100, B.1
PMU 101, B.2
PMU 102, B.3
PMU 106, B.4
PMU 108, B.5
PMU 109, B.6
PMU 113, B.7
PMU 114, B.8
PMU 115, B.9
selecting for PMUs, 6.5
understanding, 6.1.1
understanding definitions, 6.2
monitor servlets
identifying, 3.3.2
monitored systems
defining, 4.4
enabling required elements, 3.3
setting up application servers, 3.3.5
setting up databases, 3.3.1
setting up Process Scheduler servers, 3.3.6
setting up web servers, 3.3.3
specifying monitor URLs, 3.3.2
understanding, 2.2, 2.2.1
understanding application servers, 2.2.1.2
understanding databases, 2.2.1.1
understanding web server, 2.2.1.3
monitoring systems
enabling required elements, 3.2
setting archive mode, 4.4
setting up monitoring databases, 3.2.1
setting up web servers, 3.2.2
understanding, 2.2, 2.2.2
understanding application servers, 2.2.2.3
understanding databases, 2.2.2.1
understanding Process Scheduler servers, 2.2.2.4
Multi-Platform Installer program, 3.2.2

N

notifications
events, 2.4.2
notifying monitor servlets of configuration changes, 4.4
numeric identifier metrics, 6.2

O

Open PMU Trees form, 5.4
Open PMUs form, 5.2

P

performance measurement units (PMUs), 2.4.1
Performance Trace Console
launching, 4.4
PMUs
entering search criteria, 7.2.1
monitoring completed, 7.2, 7.2.2
monitoring open PMU trees, 5.4
monitoring open PMUs, 5.2
monitoring within tree context, 7.2.2.4
PMU 100, B.1
PMU 101, B.2
PMU 102, B.3
PMU 106, B.4
PMU 108, B.5
PMU 109, B.6
PMU 113, B.7
PMU 114, B.8
PMU 115, B.9
setting sampling rates, 4.4
setting timeouts, 4.4
understanding, 2.4.1, 6.1.4
understanding completed PMU status, 7.2.3
understanding definitions, 6.5
PPMI
specifying passwords, 4.2
specifying user IDs, 4.2
understanding, 2.5
PPMI servlets
accessing, 4.2
process instrumentation agents, 2.2.1
Process Scheduler servers
monitoring systems, 2.2.2.4
setting up for monitored systems, 3.3.6
production monitoring systems
using the PTSYS database, 3.2.1
PSPM_ARCHIVE program, 4.4, 7.1.1
PSPM_REAPER program, 4.4
PSPPMSRV processes
registering servlets, 3.2.2
using PMUs, 4.7
PTSYS database, 2.2.2.1, 3.2.1

R

reaper program
Reaper Timeout status, 7.2.3
scheduling, 4.7
understanding PMU timeouts, 4.4
refreshes, form
System Performance forms information, 5.1.1
registration
agents, 4.5
servlets, 3.2.2

S

sampling
PMUs with enabled sampling, B
setting for agent events, 4.4
setting for agent PMUs, 4.4
searches
PMUs, 7.2.1
servers
application, 2.2.1.2
web, 2.2.1.3
servlets
running on web servers, 3.2.2
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), 2.5
SOAP, 2.5
standard deviation
understanding, 5.1.1
status
understanding for completed PMUs, 7.2.3
string metrics, 6.2
System Definitions form, 4.4

T

tables
maintaining performance data tables, 4.7
moving timed-out PMUs, 4.4
third-party systems, sharing performance data, 2.5
timeouts
setting for PMUs, 4.4
understanding PMU timeout statuses, 7.2.3
tracing
enabling for monitored systems, 4.4
trees, PMU, 5.4, 7.2.2.4

U

URLs
specifying monitor URLs, 3.3.2
users
identifying for PMUs, 7.2.2.1
monitoring for PMU trees, 5.4

W

web servers
monitored system elements, 2.2.1.3
setting up for monitored systems, 3.3.3
setting up for monitoring systems, 3.2.2