NetFlow Analyzer v12 tuning steps
NetFlow Analyzer is an resource intensive product and it need to get to be tuned for best performance for application based on the available system resource..The NetFlow Analyzer product is more resource intensive application and it comes with default tuning for 2 GB. If you have installed the product on a dedicated machine with plenty of RAM and CPU, you can tune the product additionally to get better performance. You can refer the flow rate based system requirement for NetFlow Analyzer by clicking For tuning the product for better performance, first check the database NetFlow Analyzer is using. You can find the database by clicking on Profile Icon on the right top -> Installation Info. If the NetFlow Analyzer is using MSSQL as a database, it is enough to the Java compenet alone as mentioned below.Below given are the steps for tuning the Java and Postgres database for better performance. Please follow these steps in case your 32 Bit machine is running with RAM of 3 GB or more.
The above mentioned steps helps you to tune the Java of NetFlow Analyzer installed on Windows and Linux machines. Now, the database tuning steps.1. Stop the OpManager service. 2. Navigate to <OpManager\pgsql\data> folder, open the file "postgres_ext.conf", if you are not able to find this file, open a fresh file in the editor and update the values as mentioned below and save the file as "postgres_ext.conf".
3. Start the OpManager service. 1. In case you are running with 1024 MB of RAM or less and experiencing slow respose, you may want to try upgrading the RAM.2. For MSSQL database, the database tuning is not actually needed, you can tune only the Java of NetFlow Analyzer.If you have any question, please feel free to put a post here or send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.orgAssuring the best support
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