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Response Times - CISCO 11501

I have people complaining to me that the webservers are running slow, they are trying to blame the CSS. On the CSS I see

sho load

Global load information:

Reporting:Enabled

Calculation method:Relative

Step Size:Dynamic Configured:10 Actual:320

Threshold:254 Ageout-Timer:60

Teardown-timer: Configured:20 Actual:20

Service load information:

Service Name Av Load Av Resp Pk Resp

---------------------------------------

MyWeb1 51 47263 222021

MyWeb2 2 45379 232000

PingDefGat 2 0 0

These times look all wrong, people are seeing a response of a few seconds not 45 seconds.

How can I prove its the app servers (which I know are under serious strain)

and not 'the network'?

Can anyone advise on how best to monitor performance of the CSS ?

How do you monitor it ?

Response time / load / CPU ?

Thanks in advance !

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Re: Response Times - CISCO 11501

the 'load' on the css is a complicated algorithm that has no meaning outside the CSS.

If you want to identify the delay, capture a sniffer trace in front of the CSS and behind the CSS.

Check the inter-packet delay and you should see where the problem is.

Gilles.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Response Times - CISCO 11501

the 'load' on the css is a complicated algorithm that has no meaning outside the CSS.

If you want to identify the delay, capture a sniffer trace in front of the CSS and behind the CSS.

Check the inter-packet delay and you should see where the problem is.

Gilles.

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