PersontoNotifyfor each person who should receive monitoring alerts.
[ns/server/yourservername/acs/monitoring] ; People to email for alerts PersontoNotifyfirstname.lastname@example.org ;PersontoNotifyemail@example.com ; location of the watchdog perl script WatchDogParser=/web/yourservicename/bin/aolserver-errors.pl ; watchdog frequency in minutes WatchDogFrequency=15
|There are a total of 8 requests being served right now (to 8 distinct IP addresses). Note that this number seems to include only the larger requests. Smaller requests, e.g., for files and in-line images, seem to come and go too fast for this program to catch.|
|conn #||client IP||state||method||url||n seconds||bytes|
This report will inform you which users are waiting on pages from your server. In the report above, users asking for large images or pages are waiting. This is normal because some users have very slow connections.
If you see the same or .adp file often, especially with the longest wait times, it is likely that the script is extremely slow or is hogging database handles. You should
If you see a large number of requests from the same IP address, it is likely that a poorly-designed spider is attacking your web service. To stop it, ban that IP address from your system.
To use Cassandracle in your installation, you will need to give the web service's database user read access to some core Oracle tables.
SQL> connect internal
SQL> grant ad_cassandracle to username;
WatchDogFrequencyseconds, the service's error logs will be scanned. If errors are found, they will be emailed to those configured as a
PersontoNotify. The administration pages have a tool to search the error log for errors.