Managing User settings

Here you will find configurable settings that allow you to tailor the ESM user experience to be exactly how want it.

Chart Settings

Chart settings allows you customize ESM to your preference. Changes made here are saved locally in the browser cache and are applied only to you.

It is possible to configure how many flags (Events and Tags) are displayed by default in the Tag and Event Quick search. Default is 200. The maximum is 500.

Session max mem axis (MB)

This setting controls the scale of the Y axis on the Session and Server graphs. This can be set manually to aid in visual comparison of scenarios, but can usually be left unchanged. 0 equals no limit. Default is 0.

Server chart max disk axis (MB/s)

This setting controls the scale of the Y axis on the Session and Server graphs. This can be set manually to aid in visual comparison of scenarios, but can usually be left unchanged. 0 equals no limit. Default is 0.

Session treemap point limit

In environments with large numbers of processess that can run conncurrently or when performing full analyses over large timespans the treemaps can become large and resource intensive. This setting customizes the number of data points that can be processed. Default is 500.

Place flags on chart line

This is a cosmetic setting that dictates whether the flags are drawn on the X axis of the Session Portlet graph, or on the line itself. Default is unchecked.

Allow overlapping flags

When this option is enabled flags that occur either at the same time or within a very close period of time (depending on the data resolution) are stacked on top of each other to enable easier reading. Default is unchecked.

Successful jobs colour

The colour of the bar for a Job on the Jobs History Search charts that has completed successfully. Default is #115C08 #115C08

Warning jobs colour

The colour of the bar for a Job on the Jobs History search charts that has completed with a warning. Default is #F0F002 #F0F002

Error jobs colour

The colour of the bar for a Job on the Jobs History search charts that has completed with an error. Default is #E60909 #E60909

Unknown jobs colour

The colour of the bar for a Job on the Jobs History search charts that has completed with an unknown return code. Default is #BBBBBB #BBBBBB

Hide dead sessions on the live view

In the live view, dead sessions can remain in the process list until the time period expires. Dead sessions are distinguished by being greyed out. This option hides dead sessions in the live view immediately. Default is unchecked.

My Team

Here you can add userids to "Your team". Userids added here must match the userids that are displayed in the "user" field for the sessions list in the Live view.

Once team members have been applied here you can use the "apply team filter" option in the Process List on either the Live View or a Timespan to filter the sessions list to only include users who are in your team.

Dashboard portlets

Finished jobs with error return code

Displays a portlet on the Dashboard showing the list of Jobs that have recently completed with errors. Clicking on the Job name takes you to the performance charts for that Job.

Error flags on current jobs

Displays a portlet on the Dashboard showing the list of errors in the currently running sessions for which log files are being tracked. The log marker definitions for this are configured in the Global Settings. Default is unchecked.