To track the memory consumption of a Traverse component in Windows, create an Advanced WMI test with these parameters:
- Navigate to Adminstration->Devices->Tests
- Select 'Create New Advanced Tests'
- Check the box to select 'Advanced Wmi Test'
- Enter the following, replacing '1234' with the Process ID (PID) of the component (see list at the end of article), and 'CSE' with the name of the actual component to be monitored:
Test Name: CSE WorkingSet
Interval: 1 min
WMI Property: \Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfProc_Process:WorkingSet:IDProcess="1234"
Result Multiplier: 0.001
- Select the 'Provision Tests' button at the bottom of the page
One way to determine the PID from a command prompt on the Traverse server is to check the PID associated with a unique TCP port used by the component:
netstat -ano | grep 9999
where '9999' is a unique port number associated with the Traverse component. Example JMX ports used by Traverse components include:
Web application: 7691
Data Gathering Engine: 7692
Message Handler: 7693
Correlation & Summary Engine: 7696
Note also that the Process ID will change each time the component is started.