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Marcin S. asked ·

WHAT NETWORK IO MEANS?

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Hi,
We encountered problem with our application. During investigation we've seen long "Network IO" time.

What this time exactly means?


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James K. answered ·

Network Input/Output is essentially just time attributed to sending data between monitored processes. If it's a slow network, there's large data transfers, or it's very talkative that can be high. I'd look at some individual PurePaths to see exactly where all of that time is spent.

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Wai C. answered ·

Hi all,

Just want to double-confirm my hypothesis:

Can I say that the 'network-IO-time' in Dynatrace is the same/analogous to 'IO-time' in AppMon?

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Rodrigo A. answered ·

Also keep in mind that the network i/o split comes from calls to specific packages/classes/methods like for example calls in the java.net/java.nio

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