Sentinel 7 writes Performance Snapshots to the server0.0.log file every 15 minutes with information that can be useful for diagnosing performance issues and planning expansions of the solution.
The Access Gateway Appliance Console in NetIQ Access Manager is designed to be an interactive tool. This is great, but kind of makes it hard to automatically collect some kinds of data. Debianized shares a cool script that lets you collect information about connections periodically, without you having to interact directly with the console each time.
From eDirectory release of 8.8 SP3 onwards, eDirectory iMonitor users have to enable the event statistics settings in order to view the iMonitor event statistics summary. This article explains how to enable / disable events, to view the event trace and to view the event summary through eDirectory (post 8.8 SP2) iMonitor.
Tool to collect the NDSD process statistics like the number of connections on ports (389, 636, 524), Total Memory, Virtual Memory, Thread and CPU Usage by NDSD process on a Novell eDirectory Server.
This article by Reza Kalfane quickly shows you how to present LDAP statistics with graphical charts.
If you’re new to iMonitor, here are some tips on where to start looking for eDirectory performance indicators, courtesy of David Gersic.
AMReports_StatisticsByMinute AMReports_StatisticsByHour AMReports_StatisticsByDay This Scripts are modified AMReports_AvgValueBy… KS´s. With this script you have the possibility to choose several statistics in the Valuetab. i.e. Avg Min Max Sum Count NetIQ does not test or validate any software, code or other materials provided in, on or through NetIQ Cool Solutions (collectively, “Materials”), so please use caution…
Collect comprehensive information on each of your servers from NDS.
This is similar to the AvgMaxMinValue report, but instead of giving one row showing average/max and min values over a time period, this splits it down to give one row per day for the time period specified. There is a KS and a stored procedure involved. NetIQ does not test or validate any…
This text file contains SQL statements that one NetIQ customer created in order to summarize data collected by AppManager. The procedure obtains the maximum, minimum, and average values for the selected items each week and stores the results in another table. This procedure could be changed to summarize for different intervals (daily, hourly, etc.). The…