ServiceName - Name of the service being reported on
Count - Number of times
service was invoked
Minimum Response Time -
The fastest response time recorded
Maximum Response Time -
The slowest response time recorded
50% Response Time -
Maximum response time for 50% of all requests
90% Response Time -
Maximum response time for 90% of all requests. Great for Service Level
99% Response Time -
Maximum response time for 99% of all requests.
By evaluating the 90% values, you can instantly validate if
Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are being met. By doing data correlation
between the percentiles, you can tell if your system is running smoothly, or
if a small number of requests are causing your systems load to spike.
tttTxRpt is currently at version 1.0.1. Future versions will include the
ability to save the data in an XML format, and other enhancements.
tttTxRpt is copyrighted by TPS Inc and Aurora Information Systems Inc. and
is freely distributable.
Just click here to download the .ZIP file. On a Windows machine, unpackage the three files inside. Then double click on setup.exe. Follow the
installation instructions. An icon for tttTxRpt will be
installed on the desktop. Double click the icon to start the program.
Click on Open to start a File Open dialog. A 14MB sample file is
included; C:\Program Files\ttt\tttTxRpt\stderr.sample
Choose the sample and click OK to continue. After a few moments
of processing, the results will be displayed. Simply copy live data
files from production systems to your local PC and they can be read the same
way. Multiple files from different machines can be read consecutively
to generate a total picture of all machines combined. Or you can press
the CLEAR button to clear the results and read a new file.
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