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WebSphere CPU consumption by application

Dear all, can I monitor CPU consumption of my websphere application server divided by applications running on my WebSphere App Server? I know about WebSphere DataPower Monitor Plugin, can I do it with it?

Many thanks in advanced to all.

Manuel

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Hi Kyle, thanks for your reply. If I'm not wrong, what you mentioned is the CPU consumption of the whole JVM, isn't it? If I have different application running on my Application Server on the same JVM how can I see each contribution?

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Dynatrace captures PurePaths per Application. We also capture the CPU Consumption for these PurePaths. So - one option you have is to chart the "PurePath CPU Duration" Measure and split that by Application. It will give you the CPU Consumption per APplication for those requests where dynatrace captures PurePaths. If you apps do something in background threads that you are not currently capturing with PurePaths you will not see that reflected in that measure. but I think that you get a number that gets you close

Andi

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You Should be able to see it with the out of the box view for the Host. You can get to this view by clicking on the blue Monitoring button then clicking hosts and processes in the lower right then view the specific host. The processes will show on the right for you with CPU and Memory

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Kyle is correct in his answer for this one, i just want to make sure we understand your question correctly, Do you mean by application, like seperate JVM process? If this is true then Kyle's answer is correct as long as you have an agent attached to the jvm.

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