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1 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help Release June 2005 FileNet is a registered trademark of FileNet Corporation. All other products and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Due to continuing product development, product specifications and capabilities are subject to change without notice. Copyright 2005 FileNet Corporation. All rights reserved. FileNet Corporation 3565 Harbor Boulevard Costa Mesa, California FILENET ( ) Outside the U.S., call:

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3 Table Of Contents System Manager Dashboard... 1 Overview... 1 System Manager Components... 2 Supported FileNet products... 3 Install System Manager Dashboard... 3 Windows installation procedure... 4 UNIX installation procedure... 4 Supported JVMs... 5 System Manager Dashboard views... 6 Views... 7 Summary view... 7 Details view... 7 Clusters view... 8 Alerts view... 8 Reports view... 8 How to... 9 Configure System Manager Dashboard... 9 Define a cluster Customize service selection and time range Service Selection Time Range View data Access Listener tasks Delete urgent messages i

4 Table Of Contents Generate reports Work with a report template Save a report template Edit a report template Run a report Archive Archiving Manager Archiving Manager flags Open an archive file Glossary Index ii

5 System Manager Dashboard Overview FileNet System Manager Dashboard is a performance monitoring tool that FileNet distributes with many of its products and suites. It was initially introduced for inclusion in the following releases: FileNet Business Process Manager 3.5.0, Content Manager 3.5.0, Image Manager Active Edition 4.0.0, and Image Services Resource Adapter (ISRA) Performance data on the above FileNet products and Suites is displayed in the System Manager Dashboard for system administrators and operators to view the real-time performance characteristics of FileNet P8. This tool enables a FileNet administrator to pro-actively identify potential performance bottlenecks before they occur. In addition, the data can be archived for management reporting and trend analysis. Features include: Real-time data from multiple components (Content Engine, Process Engine, Image Manager, ISRA) can be viewed concurrently Capture and display of operating system statistics/environmental data: Operating system name and version number Number and type of CPUs CPU load Disk I/O Network I/O Memory utilization (amount of memory available) Capture and display of FileNet specific data: RPC counts and durations Application-specific Events, such as Document Creations in the Content Engine Application-specific Metrics, such as "Folder Cache Entries in the Content Engine Capture and display of environmental data: Configuration Version and patch level Java applications will provide information about the Java Runtime version number and maximum memory 1

6 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help User-defined charts of summary and detailed data Alerts tab that displays all urgent messages received from applications and when connection to applications is lost Ability to define and run reports and save them into comma-separated value (CSV) files Data can be archived/saved for historical analysis and management reporting Minimal overhead in production environments listeners are instrumented in the P8 components Listener agents that can gather data from other applications that can be displayed in the Dashboard In addition, there is a System Manager API that is intended for FileNet partners and developers who are going to create performance monitoring applications/tools beyond what the FileNet System Manager Dashboard provides. Here are some specific ways in which the API can be utilized: Create a program that archives the performance and system data into a database. Expose the data through standard protocols including JMX and SNMP to enterprise system management consoles, such as IBM Tivoli Monitoring and HP OpenView. Create a custom Dashboard. System Manager Components The System Manager is comprised of the following components: The Listener is software that receives a stream of events and other information from an individual FileNet application. It is the equivalent of an agent in the SNMP world. Listeners wait passively for Managers to connect to them and inquire about their performance counter values. In the absence of a Manager connection, the presence of the Listener component is nearly invisible to an outside observer. Listeners are instrumented in the various FileNet P8 components and products listed below. The Listener API is available in C++ and Java. The Manager API is available in Java and enables a Manager application to connect to as many as 60 different Listeners simultaneously, and periodically receive performance data information from them, process it, and report that data to the Manager application. Listeners, in turn, shall accept connections from as many as 60 different Managers and Listeners simultaneously. The Listener and Manager APIs abstract the Listener/Manager protocol so that the applications using them are insulated from any protocol changes and need not be aware of the details of the protocol. As indicated above, the Manager API is not provided as part of the FileNet P8 Suites. It is intended for FileNet partners and developers who are going to create performance monitoring applications/tools beyond what the FileNet System Manager Dashboard provides. The Dashboard is a Java-based application built on the System Manager API. The Dashboard provides a graphical interface of the System Manager functionality. The Dashboard is included in the various FileNet P8 Suites and products listed below. 2

7 System Manager Dashboard Supported FileNet products The following products support System Manager: Product Release Components Included Content Manager Listeners for the Content Engine and Process Engine System Manager Dashboard Image Manager 4.0 SP3 Listener for Image Services System Manager Dashboard Image Services Resource Adapter (ISRA) Listener for ISRA System Manager Dashboard Business Process Manager Listeners for the Content Engine and Process Engine System Manager Dashboard Install System Manager Dashboard The installers for the Windows and UNIX platforms were built with InstallShield MultiPlatform. They rely on the presence of a suitable Java Virtual Machine (JVM) on the target system to support the installation process. JVM version 1.4 or higher is required. The set of JVMs supported by InstallShield varies by platform. See Supported JVMs for a list of JVMs organized by platform. In addition, the installer will search only a set of standard locations to find a suitable JVM to use. If you have a supported JVM installed, but it's not found automatically, you can use a commandline flag to specify the location (which must still contain only one of the listed JVM versions). This flag is specified as:./sol_fnsysmandashboard_setup.bin -is:javahome <path> where <path> is the root of the Java installation, not the bin directory contained therein. Note You can also access the System Manager Dashboard installer from FileNet's ftp site: There are different installers for Windows, AIX, HP-UX, and Solaris. Choose the appropriate installer based on the operating system on which you are installing System Manager Dashboard. 3

8 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help Windows installation procedure You must have sufficient privileges to perform the installation. To install in a Windows environment 1. Locate WIN_FNSysManDashboard_Setup.exe on your System Manager CD and double-click the file to start the installer. 2. At the Welcome page, click Next. 3. Accept the license agreement terms, and then click Next. 4. Specify the location in which you want to install the System Manager Dashboard, and then click Next. 5. Review the summary information, and then click Next. 6. Click Finish to complete the install process. UNIX installation procedure You must normally be logged in as root to perform the installation. To install in a UNIX environment 1. Locate the installer on the System Manager CD that matches the operating system you are using. For AIX, double-click AIX_FNSysManDashboard_Setup.bin to start the installer. For HP-UX11, double-click HPUX11_FNSysManDashboard_Setup.bin to start the installer. For Solaris, double-click SOL_FNSysManDashboard_Setup.bin to start the installer. 2. At the Welcome page, click Next. 3. Accept the license agreement terms, and then click Next. 4. Specify the location in which you want to install the System Manager Dashboard, and then click Next. 5. Review the summary information, and then click Next. 6. Click Finish to complete the install process. 4

9 System Manager Dashboard Supported JVMs AIX Solaris HP-UX Windows ibm_aix_116.jvm sun.jdk solaris.jvm hp_hpux10-2_118_jre.jvm ibm_win32_117.jvm ibm_aix_118.jvm sun.jdk solaris.jvm hp_hpux11- ibm_win32_118.jvm ibm_aix_122.jvm sun.jre solaris.jvm 0_118_005a_jre.jvm ibm_win32_122.jvm ibm_aix_13.jvm sun.jre.1.1.x.solaris.jvm hp_hpux_118_jdk.jvm ibm_win32_130.jvm ibm_aix_131.jvm sun.jre solaris.jvm hp_hpux_122.jvm ibm_win32_131.jvm ibm_aix_14.jvm sun.jre solaris.jvm hp_hpux_12x.jvm ibm_win32_13x.jvm sun.jre.1.3x.solaris.jvm hp_hpux_130.jvm ibm_win32_14.jvm sun.jre solaris.jvm hp_hpux_131.jvm ms_win32_jview4.jvm sun.jre solaris.jvm hp_hpux_13x.jvm sun_win32_118.jvm sun.jre solaris64.jvm hp_hpux_14x.jvm sun_win32_122.jvm sun.jre solaris.jvm sun_win32_13.jvm sun.jre solaris64.jvm sun_win32_131.jvm sun.jre.1.4x.solaris.jvm sun_win32_13x.jvm sun_win32_14.jvm sun_win32_141.jvm sun_win32_142.jvm sun_win32_14x.jvm 5

10 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help System Manager Dashboard views System Manager Dashboard provides the following five views: Views Summary Details Clusters Alerts Reports Description This is the default view. It provides high-level status as it relates to the health of the entire FileNet system, once the appropriate parameters are configured. See Summary view for more information. This view provides real-time data that is updated per the configured interval. Available data includes both system and FileNet level metrics. See Details view for more information. This view is used to configure System Manager as to which servers should be monitored. You define one or more clusters (collections of hosts) to which you want to monitor. The Manager uses an automatic discovery process to find any Listeners running on the specified host(s). Each cluster definition can also include an Interval setting, which defines how frequently you want to sample data from the applications within that cluster. Cluster definitions can be saved for future use. See Clusters view for more information. This view displays urgent messages to notify administrators of possible problems, such as a lost connection to a listener. See Alerts view for more information. This view allows you to define or modify report templates and run reports against data available in the Details view. The reports are written to comma-delimited-value (CSV) files which can easily be imported into other tools, such as spreadsheets, for analysis. See Reports view for more information. In addition to the five views, there is a Messages Box. The Messages box is always present, regardless of the view you access. It is used to display messages identifying the Listeners to which the Dashboard connects, fails to connect to, or to which the connection is lost. Any custom messages, heartbeat result, or uptime results received from Listeners is displayed as they are received. The File menu allows you to save, and open previously configured cluster settings and reports. 6

11 Views Summary view The Summary view provides a high-level view of the current health of the system. It displays two separate graphs: The first graph plots the average response time (in milliseconds) for all the enabled Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs). The second graph displays the most recently received average response time and average CPU utilization of the servers within the specified cluster. Before accessing this view, make sure the System Manager Dashboard is configured to collect data from a system. Use the Cluster view to create and edit existing hosts you want to monitor. Once you configure System Manager Dashboard, you specify cluster and server information from which you want to chart data in the two graphs displayed on this view. See Access a cluster and Customize service selection and time range for more information. Details view The Details view provides a hierarchical view of all the performance data received from listeners found within the clusters defined. See View data and Access Listener tasks for more information. Note Highlight, and then right-click the Listener Type nodes to access additional Listener tasks. See Access Listener tasks for descriptions of the tasks and more information. This view is set up with the structure: Cluster Node Corresponds to the clusters created. Server Node Corresponds to the servers configured for monitoring. Listener Type Matches the service of the FileNet application being monitored. RPC List of the available Remote Procedure Calls for monitoring. DISK List of the available storage related metrics. NETWORK List of the available network related metrics. CPU List of the available CPU related metrics. USER List of the non-rpc metrics being collected by the application. Environment Lists the Environmental and Static data received from this listener. 7

12 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help Clusters view Use this view to configure System Manager and specify the servers that need to be monitored. You define one or more clusters (collections of hosts) to which you want to monitor in this view. You can save the cluster definitions for future use. Configure System Manager before using the other views. See Configure System Manager and Define a cluster for more information. Alerts view The Alerts view displays all urgent messages. For example, if a connection to a listener is lost, an alert message in red appears in this view notifying you of the problem. The urgent messages remain in this view until you manually delete them. See Delete urgent messages for more information on deleting messages from this view. Reports view The Reports view works similarly to the Clusters view. You can: create new report templates. add and delete metrics from defined templates. create reports using a template and data captured from a Listener. Currently, a report must be run against the data from a single Listener. See Work with a report template for more information on generating reports. 8

13 How to... Configure System Manager Dashboard Prior to using the System Manager Dashboard, you need to first configure it to collect data from a system. The Clusters view is used to create and edit existing edit existing cluster definitions, which list the hosts you want to monitor. See Clusters view for more information. To configure System Manager 1. Start System Manager Dashboard by doing the following: If you're working in a Windows environment, highlight Programs from the Start menu, click System Manager Dashboard, and then select System Manager Dashboard. If you're working in a UNIX environment, launch the manager shell script called P8Manager from the directory containing the required jar files. 2. Click the Clusters view, and then click New to create a new cluster. 3. In the Add Cluster dialog box, enter a name for the cluster for which you are defining, and then click OK. The name is usually related to the function of the cluster, such as Customer Account Self Service. 4. Under Defined Clusters, highlight the cluster you just created, and then click Edit. You can also double-click the cluster s name. 5. In the Edit Cluster dialog box, click Add to select the servers you want to monitor. Notes You can enter the collection interval (in seconds) in the Interval (seconds) parameter box. If you leave this field blank, the System Manager Dashboard will not change the aggregation intervals of the Listeners it connects to within this cluster. Instead it will receive data from them on their existing collection schedule. You can configure the number of data points, regardless of the collection interval, the System Manager Dashboard will save in memory. By default, the System Manager Dashboard stores 500 data points. You can configure this parameter by editing the value under the Maximum data points parameter. 6. In the Host Information dialog box, enter the name or IP address of the server you want monitored under the Add Host parameter. Normally, the TCP port number displayed does not need to be changed, as it is the default value used by the Listeners. 7. Click OK to add this host to the list of hosts in this cluster. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all hosts within this cluster are added. Note You can save the settings you defined. If the clusters you are defining are for temporary use, you don't have to save the settings. 9

14 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help Define a cluster You work with clusters in the Clusters view. Defining a cluster means you can: add a new cluster add servers you want to monitor save a cluster access an existing cluster You can access the cluster you define from the Summary view and Details view. See Summary view and Details view for more information. To add a cluster 1. Click the Clusters view, and then click New to create a new cluster. 2. In the Add Cluster dialog box, enter a name for the cluster for which you are defining, and then click OK. The name is usually related to the function of the cluster, such as Customer Account Self Service. To add servers you want to monitor 1. Under Defined Clusters, highlight the cluster you just created, and then click Edit. You can also double-click the cluster s name. 2. In the Edit Cluster dialog box, click Add to select the servers you want to monitor. Notes You can enter the collection interval (in seconds) in the Interval (seconds) parameter box. If you leave this field blank, the System Manager Dashboard will not change the aggregation intervals of the Listeners it connects to within this cluster. Instead it will receive data from them on their existing collection schedule. You can configure the number of data points, regardless of the collection interval, the System Manager Dashboard will save in memory. By default, the System Manager Dashboard stores 500 data points. You can configure this parameter by editing the value under the Maximum data points parameter. 6. In the Host Information dialog box, enter the name or IP address of the server you want monitored under the Add Host parameter. Normally, the TCP port number displayed does not need to be changed, as it is the default value used by the Listeners. 7. Click OK to add this host to the list of hosts in this cluster. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all hosts within this cluster are added. To save a cluster Your existing clusters appear under Defined Clusters in the Cluster view. You can save your cluster settings for future use and they can be saved from any of the views. Cluster settings are saved to an XML file. Clusters you save can be accessed later from the Summary view and Details view. See Summary view and Details view for more information. From the File menu, click Save Clusters. Enter the name and location to you which you want to save the file. 10

15 How to... To access existing clusters 1. From the File menu, click Open Clusters. 2. Navigate to the folder containing the saved Cluster settings. 3. Highlight the appropriate XML, and then click Open. Customize service selection and time range You customize the service selection and time range from the Summary view. See Summary view for more information. Service Selection Under Service Selection, the two options customize the Summary view as it relates to the clusters and/or servers you want represented in the two charts. You can change both the cluster from which to view information, as well as the server. The list of choices in the Server box depends on the choice you made in the Cluster box. Therefore, select the cluster first. The Cluster setting determines which cluster s information is displayed in the two graphs. In addition, it allows you to see an average response time over all servers within the cluster (the default) or to see details of the response times of all listeners on a specific server within that cluster. To specify the cluster and server 1. Click the Summary view. 2. In the Cluster list, select the cluster you want represented in the charts. 3. In the Server list, select the server you want represented in the charts or select All. Time Range You specify a range of time you want reflected in the Average Response Time chart. To select a time range 1. Click the Summary view. 2. In the Start list, select the starting time. 3. In the End list, select the ending time. 11

16 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help View data You access data from the Details view. See Details view for more information. Note Highlight, and then right-click the Listener Type nodes to access additional Listener tasks. See Access Listener tasks for descriptions of the tasks and more information. To view data 1. Click the Details view. 2. Double-click the cluster node containing the server(s) from which you want to obtain data. 3. Expand the node(s) corresponding to the server(s) from which you want to obtain data. 4. Expand the Listener node. 5. Expand the Event Classes node(s) to view the statistics from the metric of interest. 6. Highlight the metric to view the data. Nodes in the tree that represent containers (logical groupings of Events and Meters) do not display any data in the window on the right. Listener, Event, Meter, and Accumulator nodes display data in the window on the right. Notice that Events, Meters, and Accumulators display different columns in the table on the right. Note Currently, the implementation of the Listener for Image Services and the Performance Engine do not report min, max, or standard deviation for Meters and Accumulators; therefore, these columns are filled in with values from the Value or Average columns or zeros, as appropriate. To chart data 1. Right-click the metric, and then select Chart <NodeType> Data. Notes When rate data is available, you can graph it by selecting Chart Event Rate Data. Multiple charts can be displayed concurrently, and they update automatically as new data is received. 2. From the Chart menu, click Options to customize your charts. 12

17 How to... Access Listener tasks You access Listener tasks from the Details view. See Details view for more information. You can perform a number of tasks on a listener and access the tasks from the Listener node. To access listener tasks 1. Click the Details view. 2. Right-click a Listener node in the tree and refer to the following table for a list of tasks and descriptions: Task Disconnect this Listener Request heartbeat Request uptime Send custom message Archive History Description Disconnect from that listener (useful particularly for a listener which has gone down and whose historical data is no longer needed). Query the listener for the health status of its application (heartbeat). Query the listener for its application s uptime. Send a custom message to that listener. Allows you to save off the historical data maintained by this listener. Data can be read as described in Open an archive file. Delete urgent messages You access urgent messages from the Alerts view. The messages remain in this view until you manually delete them. See Alerts view for more information. To delete urgent messages 1. Click the Alerts view. 2. Highlight the message(s) you want to delete, and then click Dismiss. Generate reports Work with a report template A report template defines the metrics whose values you want to include in your reports. Each template has a name that you can define. You can save in a single XML file, and later re-load, a set of report templates that can be used repeatedly. You define reports from the Reports view. See Reports view for more information. To define a report template 1. Click the Reports view. 2. Click New to create a report template. 3. Enter a name for the report, and then click OK. 4. Highlight the created report, and then click Edit. Alternatively, double-click the report s name. 13

18 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help 5. Highlight the Event, Meter, or Accumulator you want to report. 6. Do one of the following: To add only that metric, click Add to Template. To add that metric, as well as any subordinate metrics, click Add with children. The Add with children button may also be used when an Event Class (such as CPU ) or a Listener name is selected in the tree. 7. Repeat the previous steps until all of the metrics are added. 8. After you add all the metrics to the template, click OK. 9. Save the template. Save a report template To save a report template From the File menu, click Save Report Templates to save your new template definition. Edit a report template You access a report from the Reports view. See Reports view for more information. To edit a report template 1. Click the Reports view. 2. Highlight the created report, and then click Edit. Alternatively, double-click the report s name. 3. In the tree view on the left, find the Event, Meter, or Accumulator that you wish to report and highlight it. 4. To add only that metric, click Add to Template. To add that metric, as well as any subordinate metrics, click Add with children. The Add with children button may also be used when an Event Class (such as CPU ) or a Listener name is selected in the tree. 5. Repeat step the previous step until all metrics are added. 6. Once you ve added all the metrics to the template, click OK. 7. Save the revised template. See Save a report template for more information. Run a report Running a report allows you to export the captured data to a comma-delimited file. Prior to running a report, make sure the data has been captured covering the time period of interest. You run a report from the Reports view. See Reports view for more information. To run a report 1. From the Reports view, highlight the report template you want to execute, and then click Run. 2. From the tree view on the left, select the Listener from which you want the report to be run. You can also use the check boxes under the Options parameter to send additional information to the report. 3. On the right side, select the length of the report in hours under From. 4. Select the end of the time period over which to report the data under To. 5. Under Output To, specify the path and output file name of the generated report. The format of the generated report is a comma-separated-value (CSV) file, so an extension of.csv is recommended. 14

19 How to To execute the report, click Run. The report is created and the Run Report dialog box is closed. If any errors occur, they are reported and the dialog box remains on-screen allowing you to fix the errors and try again. You can open your finished report with third-party tools, such as spreadsheets, allowing you to further analyze the information and create charts of the data. Archive Archiving Manager The Archiving Manager is a command-line utility that is used to gather data needed for later analysis. Specifically, the Archiving Manager collects data from either a listener or a collection of listeners as defined in a cluster definition. The Archiving Manager can be run from any server able to connect to the specified listener(s). It saves data in a format recognized by the System Manager. See Archiving Manager flags and Open an archive file for more information. 15

20 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help Archiving Manager flags The Archiving Manager is run as follows: java jar archiver.jar [flags] cluster.xml The following parameters can be passed as flags to the Archiving Manager: Flag Definition cluster.xml Specifies the path and name of the cluster definition. Data from all the listeners on the hosts specified in this file will be archived. -h Specifies that the available listener s history should be included in the generated archive file. -t timespec Specifies the amount of time for which the Archiving Manager should collect data starting at the time of execution. The timespec can be in the form of hours:minutes or as a real number, such as 3.5. The default value for timespec is 0. -n timespec Specifies the amount of time the Archiving Manager should log data to a file. After the timespec value is satisfied, a new file is created. The default value for timespec is 0. -d path Specifies the path of the directory in which the generated archives should be saved. Each listener connection will result in a separate archive file in this directory. The default value is the current directory. -m MaxTries Specifies the number of times the archiver tries to reconnect to a host in a specified cluster when connection is lost. It will retry the number of times specified, waiting 5 seconds between each try, before ending the reconnection. The default value for MaxTries is 5. Open an archive file You can open an archive file for analysis within the System Manager. To open an archive file From the File menu, select Open Archive option. Once the archive file is loaded, its data is placed in a virtual cluster named Archives. You can then manipulate the data in the same fashion as data received from Listener connections. You can also open more than one archive. 16

21 Glossary A accumulator: An Accumulator is a counter which is a defined subordinate to an Event. The application adds values to the Accumulator that typically represent a measured value associated with the transpiring of the Event, and the Listener library automatically computes the total of the squares of the presented values, and the minimum and maximum values presented during each Aggregation Interval. The Manager API will use the count represented by the Event to compute an average value of the item represented by the Accumulator and the standard deviation of the values over the Aggregation Interval. An example of an Accumulator would be the duration of a particular operation; the corresponding Event would count the number of times that operation was performed. aggregation time: The interval over which the Listener accumulates performance data before sending a summary of it to the Manager. If 0, then the Listener is in pass-through mode and sends all events to the Manager as quickly as possible, without aggregating them. For some event parameters like count, aggregation is a summation, but for other parameters like duration, the aggregation is really an averaging. application: FileNet product whose performance is being monitored cluster: user-defined collection of servers containers: Logical groupings of Events and Meters C E event: An "event" is an occurrence that happens in the application that is deemed to be significant. Events can have "duration" (a parameter which tells how long it took the application to perform the action associated with the event, such as a database lookup), or they can be "single" events with no associated duration. event class: A logical collection of metrics available from a server. J JMX: Java Management Extension technology provides the tools for building distributed, webbased, modular and dynamic solutions for managing and monitoring devices, applications, and service-driven networks. By design, this standard is suitable for adapting legacy systems, implementing new management and monitoring solutions, and plugging into those of the future. L listener: The Listener is the piece of software which offers the application a standard API for providing performance data, optionally accumulates and aggregates that data, and sends it to the Manager for analysis and storage. M 17

22 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help manager: The Manager is the central clearinghouse for performance data in the system. One or more Listeners connect to the Manager and deliver data to it periodically. The Manager summarizes and stores this data, and it makes it available in various forms to the ultimate consumers of the data, such as standard management consoles. message box: A status box at the bottom of the System Manager providing user with a high-level connectivity status. meter: A Meter represents an absolute value, such as a measurement made by the Application or a current value, rather than a counter. Since there is only a current value, no standard deviation information is maintained, but the minimum and maximum values over each Aggregation Interval are calculated. An example of a Meter would be the amount of RAM allocated to a cache. product: In this context, a "product" is a FileNet application, such as the Content Engine, from which performance data is gathered. That is, the product is the managed resource. P R RMI: Remote Method Invocation is the standard high-level Java mechanism for working with Java objects on remote machines as if they were local, making it easy to write distributed applications. S server: A computer or software application that provides services to other computers connected via a network. SNMP: The Simple Network Management Protocol, a standard for gathering statistical data about network traffic and the behavior of network components. SNMP uses management information bases (MIBs), which define what information is available from any manageable resource, and management consoles to gather and display the data and alarms. SNMP is not widely used for application management; it is more commonly used to manage hardware devices in a network. SNMP model is more suited to hardware resources, since it requires that operations be represented as settable attributes. On the other hand, SNMP is very widely deployed. System Manager: An out-of-the-box user-interface sample of a manager application 18

23 Index A access...7, 9, 12 add...9 alerts...5, 8, 12 archive...14, 15 B Business Process Manager...2 C chart...10, 11 cluster...5, 7, 9 components...2 configure...7, 9 Content Manager...2 D data...7, 11 delete...8, 12 details...5, 11, 12 E edit...8, 13 F flags...14 G graphs...7, 10 I Image Manager... 2 Image Services Resource Adapter... 2 install... 3 J JVM... 3 L listener tasks... 7, 12 M messages... 8, 12 O overview... 1 R reports... 5, 8, 13, 14 S save... 8, 9, 13 service selection... 7, 10 summary... 7, 9, 10 supported products... 2 T tabs... 5, 7, 8 template... 8, 13 time range... 7, 10 19

24 FileNet System Manager Dashboard Help U UNIX...3 W Windows... 3 V views...5, 7, 8 20

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