How to setup and access Queue Watcher to monitor queue allocation

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How to setup and access Queue Watcher to monitor queue allocation

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If you need to see how your system is handling its Queue allocation, you can enable the Sterling B2B Integrator Queue Watcher page.
(This is the same setting found in noapp.properties, but DO NOT modify the value found there).

This modification will allow you to do the following:
- monitor Sterling B2B Integrator queues
- check node workload info
- view details on active or waiting threads.

See also Sterling B2B Integrator 5.2.0 > System Administration > Performance Management > Performance Tuning > Manual Performance Tuning > Monitoring Queues using Queue Watcher

SETUP
To avoid having these changes overwritten with the next build or patch, add the following to customer_overrides.properties:

    noapp.queueWatcher=true

(If customer_overrides.properties does not exist in the install_dir\SI\properties directory, create a new file called customer_overrides.properties and place it in the existing properties directory.)

To make the change take effect, restart Sterling B2B Integrator.

You should be able to access Queue Watcher using http://GIS:Port/queueWatcher
Example:
If your Sterling B2B Integrator ApplicationServer was named EDIPROD01
and your base GIS port was 25000
to access queuewatcher you would use http://EDIPROD01:25000/queueWatcher

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HTG1019

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More support for:

Sterling B2B Integrator

Software version:

All

Operating system(s):

All

Reference #:

1563535

Modified date:

2011-10-30

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