What is your ongoing process for TRIRIGA performance tuning?


Being on the IBM TRIRIGA Support team, I have seen my share of PMRs where the customer is reporting a performance issue… First and foremost, I need to make it clear that performance can be affected by a wide range of components… Second, you should review the Best Practices for System Performance… Third, as a TRIRIGA Administrator, you should review performance on a regular basis…

But your best tool for analyzing TRIRIGA performance is the performance log…

  • 1) Login to the Admin Console.
  • 2) Click on Platform Logging in the Managed Objects section on the left side of the screen.
  • 3) On the right side of the screen is a list of categories that have a hierarchical structure. Scroll down to the Performance Timings category.
  • 4) Click on the check box immediately in front of Performance Timings. This will cause all of the subcategories to be checked.
  • 5) Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the Apply button.
  • 6) At this point, performance logging is turned on and the performance.log file should appear in the TRIRIGA directory structure in the log sub-directory.
  • 7) Perform activities that users have indicated are poorly performing. This action, along with other actions taking place at the time of the testing, will get logged to the performance.log file.
  • 8) Once you have completed the process of recreating the performance issue, log back into the Admin Console and turn off the performance logging.
  • 9) Perform an analysis of the resulting performance.log…

[Admin: To see other related posts, use the Performance tag or Tuning tag.]

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