View History

View History

The View — History
page displays the historical traffic for your system, virtual
services and real services. It is a great way to see load balancing in
action and view any errors or patterns over time. Note that you must
enable historical logging from the System
—  History
page.

How do I see some graphs?

1. Choose a Database:

 

System:

Selecting this database
will allow you to see CPU, memory and disk drive space over time

Virtual Services:

Selecting this database
will allow you
to choose all of the virtual services in the database from the time
that you started logging data

Real Services:

Selecting this database
will allow you
to choose all the real servers in the database from the time that you
started logging the data.

 

2. Choose VS/RS:
Virtual Service or Real Server: Note this will be blank if you choose
the system database as it is not relevant

 

If Virtual Services
Database chosen from above. You should now see a list of virtual
services. Click those that you wish to view, each one you click will be highlighted

If Real Servers Database chosen from above. You should now see a list of real servers. Click those that you wish to view, each one you click will be highlighted

 

3.

Last Minute:

The graph will contain 60
data points, one for each second

Last Hour:

The graph will contain 60
data points, one for each minute

Last Week:

The graph will contain 24
data points, one for each hour

Last Month:

The graph will contain 32
data points one for each day

Last Year:

The graph will contain 24
data points, two for each month

 

4. Choose a metric

System:

CPU % – This will show the
maximum/average CPU % over the time period selected
Memory % – This will show the maximum/average Memory % over the time
period selected
Compression % – This will show the maximum/average Compression % over
the time period selected
Virtual Services:
Bytes in – This will show
the maximum/average traffic flow in from the server in Bytes over the
time period selected
Bytes out – This will show the maximum/average traffic flow out to the
client in Bytes over the time period selected
Bytes cached –  This will show the maximum/average size of the
cached objects in Bytes over the time period selected
Compression %
Current Connections
Request per second
Cache HIts
Cache Hits%
Real Servers:
Bytes in
Current Connections:
Pool Size
Request per second

 

5. Choose what to Show

Averages:

This will show the average
values over the period of time selected

Maximum:

This will show the maximum
data values over the period of time selected

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