[Orca-users] case sensitivity?
lsaladi at uillinois.edu
Tue Dec 9 12:31:58 PST 2003
this is a great answer - and i have (Of course) have just a few more.
i need to know, before i implement WEB_SERVER_SECURE=HTTP,i'd like to
ascertain the effects on any other web graphs.
1. Number of System & Web Server Processes - will processes counted by
WEB_SERVER_SECURE be added to this graph?
2. Number of Web Server Processes - i assume the WEB_SERVER_SECURE will not
be added to this graph - it will have a separate one?
both flavor of the http and HTTP use the same access_log so i 'm not sure
about the effects on the following but would like to know -
3. Web Server Hit Rate - ?
4. Web Server File Size - ?
5. Web Server Data Transfer Rate - ?
6. Web Server HTTP Error Rate - ?
From: Blair Zajac [mailto:blair at orcaware.com]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2003 8:23 PM
To: Saladin, Miki
Cc: 'orca-users at orcaware.com'
Subject: Re: [Orca-users] case sensitivity?
"Saladin, Miki" wrote:
> in the start up script for orcallator i have
> will that detect both upper case and lower case http?
> i have both.
The orcallator.se script uses SE's =~ operator to do regular
expression matches on process names.
I don't believe this operator is case insensitive.
A work around is to edit start_orcallator.sh:
# WEB_SERVER_SECURE contains a regular expression used to find the
# number of running secure web server processes on the system.
and set WEB_SERVER_SECURE to the uppercase version of the name.
It'll come out in the orcallator data files as #httpsds instead
of #httpds so you'll get separate data for them, which may be
a good thing or not, depending upon what you want to do.
If you want, you could always edit
in orcallator.se to change the =~ to a case insensitive compare.
Blair Zajac <blair at orcaware.com>
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