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Is there a way to see the mediator and jdbc pool resource consumption?

Vince Thyng (13724153) | asked Feb 03 '16, 2:56 p.m.
Being able to see the concurrent users would also probably help me solve the same issue to know if my pools are large enough.  Otherwise I am taking a shot in the dark as to how high the pools should be set.  Is this information available anywhere?

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Don Yang (7.7k21114139) | answered Feb 03 '16, 11:06 p.m.
Hi, Vince

If you go to https://server:port/[context root/admin?
(for example: https://localhost:9443/jts/admin?
you will find mediator and jdbc pool size under [Source Usage]section.
I guess that is what you are after. Thanks
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Vince Thyng commented Feb 04 '16, 12:07 a.m.

Don, that looks like it to me.  When there is a performance problem happening, I probably can't get that page to load to see the values, so I may also need to also try the CLM Server Monitoring Donald mentioned above.  Thanks!

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Donald Nong (14.5k614) | answered Feb 03 '16, 8:43 p.m.
I haven't actually done it before, but I believe you can do it using CLM Server Monitoring.
(According the last link, you can monitor the JDBC connection pool and RDB mediator pool)

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