Friday, January 20, 2006

Monitor PeopleSoft Application Server Performance

use the script jsmon.sh to monitor your Appserver processes

7 comments:

Andrew said...

Good script. I have been using something like this for quite some time, but this has a more condensed output.

You can use these scripts, tweak them a bit, and actually plug them into Load Runner or SiteScope in order to monitor the results along side other key metrics.

Vivek Panikulam said...

I am trying to use this script and it gives me an error 'argument expected'. Are there more arguments to be given for this script besides PS Domain Name?

Ketan Kothari said...

all you need to do is run the script as follows
./jsmon.sh xyz where xyz is a domain name in correct case. Unix is case sensitive and you must specify domain name exactly defined in your environment. Take help of your unix admin if you are not familiar with unix. It works perfectly for me with no issues in HP*UX and korn shell.

Vivek Panikulam said...

There was a variable $LINES in this script. I could not make out where it was picking up this variable from. I have replaced $LINES with 10 to show the header after 10 lines and it is working now.

Ketan Kothari said...

$LINES is a environment variable set by the Terminal emulation program. (for e.g. Microsoft Telnet or putty). I am using putty to login to server and in window -> Rows properties it is set to 24. Therefore if i type echo $LINES i get 24. This is automatically done by putty when you login. Use of this variable is done in the script, so that you see the header, once your display window is full. By setting it to 10, you are hard coding this value in the script and when you resize your window, your output will not change.

Ganesh Kyasa said...

Is there a similar thing for Windows operating system?

shekhar said...

Can someone help me to get the jsmon.sh script for Application server monitoring?