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Check here to start a new keyword search. Search support or find a product: Search. Search results are not available at this time. Please try again later or use one of the other support options on this page. Watson Product Search Search. None of the above, continue with my search. Often it appears as though the Monitoring Agent that thing that reports whether the system is behaving - or not is the problem itself.
The truth is, the more problems that the agent has to report, the more noise the agent is going to interject into the diagnostic data. It's a vicious cycle. One of the common agents that are encountered is Wily. Like any performance monitoring tool, Wily can introduce a significant amount of noise into WebSphere Application Server diagnostic data. Wily's performance overhead along with the noisy logging can often skew performance analysis.
In order to eliminate agent noise and false positives, WebSphere Support often requests that clients disable Wily. Disabling the agent is only a temporary measure for testing purposes.
Once the diagnostic data is captured, Wily can be re-enabled. However, most clients are reluctant to do disable Wily even temporarily since they depend on Wily to monitor the health of their system. So how is a proper analysis to be done?
Although IBM Support is not directly qualified to assist clients in tuning their Wily environment, there exists tuning recommendations that are written by the Wily team. Wily tuning can help reduce Wily noise that will assist IBM Support to positively identify the underlying issue. Disabling the aggregate metrics will help reduce the overall metric load per agent.
Reducing the length of SQL statements will help agents to manage the metric load. Modify sqlagent. You will only get summary SQL statistics for databases.
Disabling dynamic instrumentation will help reduce overhead on the application caused by the agent. Consider disabling on all production-like agents. Disabling remote dynamic instrumentation will help reduce overhead on the application caused by the agent. Consider disabling agent logging on production-like agents and leaving the autoprobe for troubleshooting.
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Founded in , it was purchased by CA, Inc. Wily was founded in by Lew Cirne. The Wily name comes from Cirne's previous experiences in the development and marketing of advanced technologies, where the most impressive and valuable were referred to affectionately as "wily technology. In , it had 50 employees. The company's software "monitors the performance of applications and lets IT managers diagnose bottlenecks and other problems. CA APM was the main product by the division.