Difference: LOADBALANCING (1 vs. 2)

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META TOPICPARENT name="SpecificWMSLBInstanceDetailedDataPage"
LOAD BALANCING PLOTS:
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 Plot2:
Usage of memory, disk of cpu of the WMS machine as measured by the WMSMonitor sensors

Plot3:
Number of entries in the queues of the WMS internal components  that are used to compute the ftraversaltime function (WM,JC,LL).

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META TOPICPARENT name="SpecificWMSLBInstanceDetailedDataPage"
LOAD BALANCING PLOTS:

The plots on this section give details on the metric function and its component as calculated by the sensor during the chosen time period for the selected instance.

Here is a summary of what the curves in the plots report:

ftraversaltime = estimated traversal time for a job of the wms. It is a function of the number of entries in the components queues

Plot 1:
fload = a load metric for the machine, it's  a function of the h/w parameters
fdrain = -1 if the wms is drained, 0 otherwise
fmetric = is the final metric function (its last value is reported in the WMS detailed page, Load Balancing box). fmetric = fdrain * (ftraversaltime + fload)

Plot2:
Usage of memory, disk of cpu of the WMS machine as measured by the WMSMonitor sensors

Plot3:
Number of entries in the queues of the WMS internal components  that are used to compute the ftraversaltime function (WM,JC,LL).

-- DanieleCesini - 16 Sep 2008

 
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