Check the Applications Screen, to see a breakdown of how your app. is being called.
What’s your average request time?
What is your total request count & total JDBC query count after 24 hours?
What’s the shape of the 6 graphs on system metrics?
What’s your usual transaction throughput?
Periodically reviewing and improving the worst performing transactions/queries is a sure way to improve overall performance.
Longest Requests displays the longest running requests since the server was last rebooted.
JDBC Requests by Highest Mem Usage shows how much memory was allocated for each JDBC query.
See your Slowest Requests so you can improve their performance.
Transaction Details shows you details of where exactly your spending the most time within a transaction.
Get a 1 stop, easy viewing port into the health of all your servers
Configure the Enterprise Dashboard to monitor all your instances.
Instances can be defined in multiple groups. Group instances by both physical machine AND logical application to make it easier to identify machine or platform specific problems.
Scripts can do anything you can imagine, call a URL, send an email, SMS a pager, if you can script it, FusionReactor can execute it!
Combine the Enterprise Dashboard configuration with Enterprise Scripts to react to failure conditions.
The FusionReactor installation comes with several basic scripts to restart a failed instance – even if it’s on another machine – for both *nix and Windows environments! Check them out in <FusionReactor installation folder>/etc/cp
Enable crash protection to automatically react to timeout, memory or request count thresholds.
FusionReactor can be accessed through either the external web server (e.g. Apache or IIS) or its built in web-server (on port 8088 by default).