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Re: [tptp-monitoring-tools-dev] Run pmonitoring outside eclipse

I'm sorry if I was not clear in the matter. What I'm asking is not to
store logs using the GLA. I know that this is possible using Derby System
Database . But I 'm interested by the data sent by TPTP's Agents (Linux
Agent, Apache Agent, ) . I think that it will be interesting to have such
result in a database to give more flexibility to correlate result from
different Agents .
To illustrate my need , let's take a very simple example. Let's suppose
that i need to monitor a Php application installed on a Linux Platfom. For
that, I use both Linux Agent to get consumption resources and  Apache
Agent to know what request is being processed. I use also a HTTP
Performance Test tool (ex OpenSTA ). My question is how can I plot in
runtime and in the same graph,  CPU and Memory consumption, requests
processing and why not the number of actives users ?


Thanks

Marouane HIMDI


> Hi,
>
> I am not sure I understand your question, but if you are asking whether
> TPTP can store monitored data in a database, there is an option to store
> an imported log file in a database and then view the log data from the
> database in the Log View.  For details on how to do this, please see
> http://help.eclipse.org/help31/topic/org.eclipse.tptp.platform.doc.user/tasks/tcfglglog.html.
>
> Regards,
>
> Dave N. Smith
> Data Collection Tooling
> IBM Toronto Laboratory
> smith@xxxxxxxxxx
>
>
>
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> "Marouane HIMDI" <mhimdi@xxxxxxxx>
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> Thanks for all replays
> I think that it will be a very intersting feature .
> There is also a point that I would like to discuss and which is related to
> medium stockage:
> Is there any feature to allow result's monitoring  in a database?
>
> Best regards
>
> Marouane HIMDI
>
>
>
>> There are currently some open enhancement requests for this and related
>> functionality (using the TPTP automatable services framework documented
>> since TPTP 4.1 and therefore getting free exposure of these services via
>> client adapters such as command line and ant scripts).  One might
> envision
>> TPTP exposing other automatable services as well in an effort to
> maximize
>> usability of TPTP functionality in headless and automation-friendly
>> scripting environments.
>>
>> o  [Automation]  Implement and publish a monitoring automatable service
> --
>> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=114534
>> o  [Automation]  Implement and publish a profiling automatable service
> --
>> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=114531
>> o  [Automation]  Implement and publish a test interpretation automatable
>> service -- https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=111542
>> o  [Automation]  Implement and publish a test reporting automatable
>> service -- https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=111544
>>
>> Also, there is an EclipseCon tutorial that Joe Toomey and myself are
>> conducting that will cover command line and ant script execution of test
>> execution and test reporting (that would use the same underlying
>> technology and framework to expose services for command via command
> line,
>> ant scripts, external Java applications and other client environments
>> where client adapters have been written or could be written).
>>
>> -Scott
>> IBM Rational, RTP, NC
>> scott.schneider@xxxxxxxxxx
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> George Christelis <george.christelis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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>> Hi Marouane,
>>
>> It is currently not possible to perform system monitoring from the
>> command line using the TPTP agents. The agents act upon commands
>> received from the TPTP workbench, and send data back through the agent
>> controller to the workbench.
>>
>> At best it is possible to launch the agent process in the command line,
>> but you will not be able to control or monitor a system with it unless
>> you use the workbench and the agent controller.
>>
>> If you are interested, the binary for the Windows data collection agent
>> is are located in the bin directory of the agent controller
> installation:
>>
>> <RASERVER_HOME>/bin/PerfmonAgent.exe
>>
>> and the IAC binary is in the org.eclipse.hyades.execution plugin under:
>>
>> org.eclipse.hyades.execution/iac-runtime/bin/PerfmonAgent.exe
>>
>> Hope this helps,
>>
>> George Christelis
>> Scapa Technologies
>> george.christelis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> +44 131 550 1741
>>
>> Marouane HIMDI wrote:
>>> Hello everybody
>>> Is it possible to perform monitoring from comandeline (outside
> Eclipse)?
>>> In what plugin(s) should I look  to process that
>>>
>>> Thanks for Help
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>  ----------------------------------------
>>>            Marouane HIMDI
>>>
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           Marouane HIMDI
           R&D Engineer
    PHD Student (Triskell/IRISA)
|----------------------------------+
| KEREVAL                          |
| Immeuble Le Gallium              |
| 80, avenue des Buttes de Coesmes |
| 35700 RENNES                     |
| FRANCE                           |
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|    http://www.kereval.com        |
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