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From Liang Xiao Zhu <>
Subject Re: GlobalRequestProcessor get Response time?
Date Fri, 13 Jun 2008 12:40:12 GMT
Rainer Jung escribió:
> Liang Xiao Zhu wrote:
>> Rainer Jung escribió:
>>> ubekhet wrote:
>>>> Hi folks,
>>>> Sorry for insisting this question, but I want to know how I can 
>>>> monitoring the Response Time for all requests coming for specific 
>>>> port.
>>>> I used GlobalRequestProcessor and RequestProcessor for getting 
>>>> prcessingTime, but I not sure what's the differents between both. 
>>>> Which one I have to use for getting what I want?
>>> GlobalRequestProcessor: one per Konnektor (=ThreadPool)
>>> It contains the sums of request counters for all threads in this 
>>> thread pool (how many requests, errors, sum of response times in 
>>> milliseconds etc.) Usually those are what  you want.
>> when you said the sums of request, each X time the processing time 
>> it's the accumulated of the previuos or not?
> requestCount: total number of requests
> maxTime: longest request processing time in milliseconds
> processingTime: sum of request processing time in milliseconds 
> (accumulated over all requests, which were handled by this connector)
Thanks for your answer, but if I want only the processingTime at the 
moment I monitoring, which variable I have to get? RequestProcessor? for 
each thread? is there another alternative?
>>> RequestProcessor:
>>> In theory one per thread. Counters are the same, but contain sum for 
>>> requests handled by the respective thread. Those are not very 
>>> useful, because they vanish, if threads get removed and the 
>>> conection between them and threads changes when new threads get 
>>> created.
>>> Regards,
>>> Rainer
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