How to find the response time of a server?
In Applications Manager, we can find the response time in two ways:
- ICMP Ping : We will execute the ping command, based on the time taken for the command, the response time of the server is measured.
- TCP\UDP Port check : If the ICMP Ping fails, we will do a TCP\UDP Port check in the remote system. Port is taken based on the mode of the monitoring you have configured for the remote system. Say for example, if the mode is "TELNET", we will try connect to the default port 23 and check whether the system is up. The time taken for connnecting to the above port is taken as Response Time.
How to find the response time of a server ?
We have two ways to find the response time: 1. ICMP Ping : We will execute the following command. ping <hostname> based on the time taken for the above command, the response time of the server is measured. 2. If the ICMP Ping fails, we will do a ...
Troubleshooting Bad Request and Internal Server error
Bad Request & Internal Server error When the server of URL cannot understand the request it has received it responds with a Bad request or a malformed syntax error message. If there is an error in processing the request received by the server, it ...
How Server Time and Time Difference is Calculated?
Server Time displays the current date & time of the monitor which is getting monitored along with its Time Zone. Time Difference calculates the amount of minutes that differs between the APM Server Time and the monitoring server time(i.e, absolute ...
Troubleshooting Server error responses
Server error responses Internal Server Error, Bad Gateway, Service Unavailable and Gateway Timeout are the most common server error messages. Seeing any one among these errors generally indicates an issue with the URL's server. Troubleshooting for ...
Getting "Unable to invoke Oracle HTTP Server Details" message for Request throughput and server response time.
Solution: Check if the OHS(Oracle HTTP Server) server is running. If not, start the OHS using the following steps : 1.To start all OHS components in an Oracle instance, using opmnctl, use : - $ORACLE_INSTANCE/bin/opmnctl startproc process-type=OHS ...