Performance Polling for Servers & Applications

This section is common to all the editions of IT360 - Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition - Probes only and MSP Edition - Probes only.

Performance Polling Options

The following options are available for configuring Performance Polls for Servers & Applications. To access these options, do the following:

  1. Login to IT360 console with the Username and Password of an Admin user.

  2. Click the Admin tab in the header pane.

  3. Click Monitoring Settings under Monitoring Configuration.

  4. By default, the Performance Polling tab will be selected, else select it. Choose Servers & Applications from the Config for dropdown.

  5. Choose any of the below options by clicking the relevant tabs.


***For all of the below options, do the required configuration changes and then click the Save button.

1. Data Collection:

Using this option, Performance Data collection can be scheduled for the given number of polls. Except for Availability check and health, other performance parameters like memory usage data can be collected at the scheduled number of polls. This would be helpful in decreasing the load on the system of the users who want to monitor availability and health alone.

For e.g., if performance data is scheduled to be collected once in 2 polls and the polling interval is five minutes, then once in ten minutes only, performance data collection will happen.

2. Servers:

Using this option, Disk IO Stats can be Enabled or Disabled for the servers. On enabling the option, Data Collection will happen for Disk IO stats and you can see the details of Disk IO Stats in the Server details page ("Servers -> Server Name link"). If it is not enabled, Data Collection will be stopped for Disk IO Stats. The attributes collected for Disk IO are Reads/sec,Writes/sec,Tranfers/sec,Disk Queue Length and Disk Busy time. Note: Disk I/O statistics will not be collected in the SNMP mode.

This option is available for IBM AIX, Linux, Sun Solaris and Windows servers.

Windows Disk Monitoring: By default, Local Disk monitoring is enabled for all windows servers. You can use this option to enable or disable the monitoring of Windows Network Mapped drives and Windows Volume Mount Points. Note: Details associated with Windows Network Mapped drives and Windows Volume Mount Points will not be collected in SNMP mode.

3. Oracle: 

Using this option, You can Enable or Disable Data Collection for Disk Reads, Buffer Gets and Lock and Wait Statistics for Oracle servers.

On enabling the option, Data Collection will happen for Disk Reads, Buffer Gets and Lock and Wait Statistics and you can see the details of Disk IO Stats in the Oracle details page ("Servers -> Oracle Server link"). If it is not enabled, Data Collection will be stopped for Disk Reads, Buffer Gets and Lock and Wait Statistics.

4. WebLogic:

Using this option, you can Enable or Disable Data Collection for Web Applications, EJBs and Servlet Statistics for Weblogic servers. The list of Weblogic servers are displayed by selecting the checkbox. Data Collection will happen for the Weblogic components that are displayed under the corresponding Enable listbox.

By default, EJB and Servlet Data Collection are disabled.You can enable Data Collection for EJB and Servlet by selecting the Weblogic server from Disable list box and move it to the Enable listbox and save the configuration.

5. MS SQL

Using this option, You can Enable or Disable data collection for Scheduled jobs. By default, they are disabled.

The parameters collected for Scheduled jobs are:
  1. Job Status: Gives the Status of the job.
  2. Run date & time: Gives the date & time for which the jobs are scheduled to run.
  3. Job Time: Gives the time taken by the job.
  4. Retries Attempted: Gives the number of times the scheduled jobs attempted to run.

6. MySQL:

Using this option, You can Enable or Disable Data Collection for Database Tables, to take place Once in a Day. By default, The Datacollection takes place for every polling. You can Enable/Disable datacollection for Database Tables by selecting the "Collect Database tables information once in Day" checkbox and save the configuration.

7. SNMP:

Allows you to choose different SNMP versions(v1/v2c) to monitor the SNMP devices/ Servers in SNMP mode.

8. HTTP(s) URLs:

You have 2 options / check boxes;

HTTP(S)-URLs Debug:
Allows you to log the Responses ManageEngine IT360 is getting while monitoring the HTTP(S)-URLs or HTTP(S) Sequences.

HTTP(S) URLs Responses:
On Enabling this, When ever availability of the HTTP(S)-URLs goes down, ManageEngine IT360 will send the Alarms along with the link to the responses of the HTTP(S)URLs. Note:For sending the Link to the Responses, Alarm needs to be configured for the Monitors Availability.

Note: For sending the Link to the Responses, Alarm needs to be configured for the Monitors Availability.

9. Amazon:

You can enable Data Collection for S3 Buckets according to the given option. The Datacollection takes place for every polling by default.

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