You can access Performance Monitoring Toolset dashboard over secured HTTPS/SSL.
For more information, see HTTPS support.
You can see the results of a Code Profiler in the form of a tree-like structure in ColdFusion Builder.
For more information, see Code profiler results.
Set alerts and check Datastore health, if any parameter goes beyond a defined threshold.
For more information, see Datastore health monitoring.
Switch between a dark and a light theme.
For more information, see Change theme.
See a graph of most frequently run queries and check SQL statistics for the queries.
For more information, see Most frequently run queries.
You can view both tracked and un-tracked servers in the Topology section.
In the topology, the nodes are color-coded according to their current status.
For more information, see Tracked and un-tracked servers in Topology.
Performance Monitoring Toolset fails to start when after installing, you point to JDK 11.
Remove --add-modules=java.xml from jvm.config in <Performance Monitoring Toolset Home>/config/ and restart Performance Monitoring Toolset.
You will be unable to log in to the release version of Performance Monitoring Toolset if the user account is created or modified in the Update 1 of Performance Monitoring Toolset.
Create or reset user account (within passwordreset.sh) after uninstalling Update 1.
On Suse Linux, you cannot install Performance Monitoring Toolset. While installing, after specifying a runtime user, you see the following error message:
"The user account '<user_name>' has root privileges and cannot start Performance Monitoring Toolset or Datastore service(s). To start the service(s), enter a non-root username."
REST data does not get captured for a J2EE node in Performance Monitoring Toolset.
For a J2EE instrance already deployed on application server, add the filter-mapping specified below under 'CF Monitoring Filter mappings' in cfusion/WEB-INF/web.xml.
When connecting a J2EE server that is running a node on SSL, the error message, Peer not Authenticated, appears.