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Best approach for gathering RRC workload and usage statistics for projects and artefacts?

Brad Middleton (6911010) | asked Aug 19 '13, 1:03 p.m.
I'm after the best approach for gathering RRC workload and usage statistics for projects and artefacts.  These are to determine project usage and sizing workloads, to help with server performance etc..

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What approach would you suggest?

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Stef van Dijk (2.0k179) | answered Aug 28 '13, 2:45 p.m.
Hi Brad,

Unfortunately I don't think there's a simple answer for this. I'm not sure how much, if any, of this you might be able to do via the OSLC APIs. You might be able to get some of this information by writing SPARQL queries to collect the data via the rm/rmadmin page under Debug / SPARQL Query but I couldn't find a way to use that to get a project count. You can get a partial view of project count under Manage Project Areas but then that could be more than just RRC projects. But bottom line, there's no straightforward way to currently get such statistics that I'm aware of.

Depending on the business need, you might be able to contact Support and request a utility to provide such statistics.
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