CHARTS BOX

For most relevant variables, charts with recent history are made available.
Time interval for history plot can be selected both in duration (fixed intervals available) and in "ending date" (by clicking on a day on a calendar window).
Notice that passing the mouse pointer on charts a window will pop up with the correspondent variable values and date of measurement. Depending on the chart, additional info can be available in the pointer window.

Two tags of charts are available: the 'Components Report History' and the 'Daily Statistics' one.

Components Report History

Four charts are available under the tag "Components Report History" reporting info respectively on :

  1. Condor Statistics: i.e. the number of jobs in the status "Running", "Idle"
  2. Component Queues: i.e. the number of jobs enqueued to and waiting to be processed correspondent wmslb component
    In particular the number of jobs enqueued to the Workload Manager and Job Controller are reported.
    Also the number of events still to be transferred/processed by the LB (and therefore not yet accounted for in LB queries from users or wmsmon itself), is reported as "LB events queue"
  3. Job Flow Rates: i.e. the number of jobs processed by the correspondent component reported as mean value in Hz. Total Jobs->WM: for each point reports the mean rate of jobs enqueued to Workload Manager from both WMproxy and Job Controller (i.e. both Submitted and Resubmitted jobs) since previous measurement (ex. 900 jobs successfully enqueued to Workload Manager from both WMproxy and Job Controller between 2008-20-01 10:00:00 and 2008-20-01 10:15:00 , i.e. 15 min = 900sec, will produce a 1 Hz point at time 20-01 10:15)
    Jobs->JC: for each point reports the mean rate of jobs enqueued to Job Controller from Workload Manager since previous measurement (ex. 900 jobs successfully enqueued to Job Controller from Workload Manage between 2008-20-01 10:00:00 and 2008-20-01 10:15:00 , i.e. 15 min = 900sec, will produce a 1 Hz point at time 20-01 10:15)
    Jobs->Condor: for each point reports the mean rate of jobs enqueued to Condor from Job Controller since previous measurement (ex. 900 jobs successfully enqueued to Condor from Job Controller between 2008-20-01 10:00:00 and 2008-20-01 10:15:00 , i.e. 15 min = 900sec, will produce a 1 Hz point at time 20-01 10:15)
Notice that the time interval to generate charts for, can be selected.

Daily Statistics

Three charts are available under the tag "Daily Statistics" reporting info respectively on :

  1. Jobs Flow: for each day in the selected interval the total number of Jobs processed respectively by each component are reported.

    In particular in the chart are reported:
    Jobs->WMProxy: for each point reports the total number of jobs successfully submitted to the WMS for correspondent day.
    Jobs ->WM: for each point reports the total number of jobs successfully enqueued to Workload Manager from both WMproxy for correspondent day.
    Jobs Resub->WM: for each point reports the total number of jobs enqueued to Workload Manager from Job Controller (i.e. total number of resubmissions) for correspondent day.

  2. Jobs Final State:for each day in the selected interval the total number of Jobs with final state "Done Successfully" and "Aborted" respectively are reported.
  3. Jobs Flow: for each day in the selected interval the total number of Jobs processed respectively by each component are reported.
    In particular in the chart are reported:
    Total Jobs->WM: for each point reports the total number of jobs enqueued to Workload Manager from both WMproxy and Job Controller (i.e. both Submitted and Resubmitted jobs) for correspondent day.
    Jobs->JC: for each point reports the total number of jobs enqueued to Job Controller from Workload Manager for correspondent day.
    Jobs->Condor: for each point reports the total number of jobs enqueued to Condor from Job Controller for correspondent day.

Notice that the time interval to generate charts for, can be selected.

Topic revision: r4 - 2008-02-12 - DaniloDongiovanni
 
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