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Web Application Statistics via Management Console - Application Server 5.2.1 - WSO2 Documentation
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The statistics accessible through the management console of a running Carbon instance includes the following: information about request count, fault count, average, minimum, maximum response times etc. This statistics monitoring functionality is provided by the following feature:

Name: WSO2 Carbon - Statistics Feature 
Identifier: org.wso2.carbon.system.statistics.feature.group

If this feature is not bundled with the WSO2 product by default, you can install it using the instructions provided in the Feature Management section. Once installed, the necessary menus will appear in the Management Console.

Note that the statistics available on the management console of AS are only valid for each running session of the server. That is, if you restart the server, the statistics shown on the management console will reset. Therefore, if you want to have persistent statistics of web applications, you must use WSO2 BAM for monitoring statistics.

Viewing web application statistics

  1. On the Main menu, under the Manage, Applications, click List
  2. Select the web application, by clicking on the respective web app context link.
    The selected application dashboard appears. The statistics panel provides the following information:
    • Request Count - Total number of request received to web applications.

    • Response Count - Total number of responses served by the web applications.

    • Fault Count - Total number of requests that triggered faults.

    • Maximum Response Time - Maximum time required to serve a request

    • Minimum Response Time - Minimum time required to serve a request

    • Average Response Time - Average time required to serve a request.

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