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PeopleSoft Administrator Podcast: #183 – Effective Performance Monitoring

I recently recorded a podcast with Dan Iverson and Kyle Benson for the PeopleSoft Administrator Podcast, this time about instrumentation, monitoring the performance of PeopleSoft system, and Performance Monitor.  There is also just a little about cursor sharing.

Measuring Tuxedo Queuing in the PeopleSoft Application Server

Why Should I Care About Queuing?

Queuing in the application server is usually an indicator of a performance problem, rather than a problem in its own right.  Requests will back up on the inbound queue because the application server cannot process them as fast as they arrive.  This is usually seen on the APPQ which is serviced by the PSAPPSRV process, but applies to other server processes too.  Common causes include (but are not limited to):

PeopleTools 8.54: Performance Performance Monitor Enhancements

This is part of a series of articles about new features and differences in PeopleTools 8.54 that will be of interest to the Oracle DBA.

Transaction History Search Component

There are a number of changes:

Filtering PeopleTools SQL from Performance Monitor Traces

I have been doing some on-line performance tuning on a PeopleSoft Financials system using PeopleSoft Performance Monitor (PPM).  End-users have collect verbose PPM traces. Usually, when I use PPM in a production system, all the components are fully cached by the normal activity of the user (except when the application server caches have recently been cleared).  However, when working in a user test environment it is common to find that the components are not fully cached. This presents two problems.

Filtering PeopleTools SQL from Performance Monitor Traces

I have been doing some on-line performance tuning on a PeopleSoft Financials system using PeopleSoft Performance Monitor (PPM).  End-users have collect verbose PPM traces. Usually, when I use PPM in a production system, all the components are fully cached by the normal activity of the user (except when the application server caches have recently been cleared).  However, when working in a user test environment it is common to find that the components are not fully cached. This presents two problems.

UKOUG PeopleSoft Conference 2009 Presentations

The 2009 conference is past, but the agenda is still available on the UKOUG webiste, and if you are a UKOUG member or attended the conference, you can download the presentations.

I will be gave two new presentations that are on my website.

UKOUG PeopleSoft Conference 2009 Presentations

The 2009 conference is past, but the agenda is still available on the UKOUG webiste, and if you are a UKOUG member or attended the conference, you can download the presentations.

I will be gave two new presentations that are on my website.