Page created: 26 Jul 2021 |
Page updated: 17 Feb 2022
Endpoint Average Response Time (Milliseconds) gauge monitors the
average time that PingAuthorize takes to respond to
queries on various endpoints.
The gauge monitors the following types of endpoints:
- Gateway endpoints
- Sideband endpoints
- System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) 2 endpoints
- OpenBanking endpoints
The gauge can raise alarms or generate a DEGRADED or UNAVAILABLE status that you can use to configure load balancing or auto-healing.
This gauge does not count the time spent waiting for an upstream server response.
By default, this gauge does nothing. To begin using it, set the levels at which the gauge activates to reasonable values for your environment using dsconfig.
The following table explains the values you set for this gauge.
||This value, in milliseconds, represents a warning condition. An alarm is raised, but the server continues to operate as normal.|
||This value, in milliseconds, represents the point at which the server is considered DEGRADED.|
||This value, in milliseconds, represents the point at which the server is considered UNAVAILABLE.|
You can find the server's availability state by using an option discussed in Server status.
The following example shows how to activate the gauge.
You might need to experiment to find values that work for your environment.
dsconfig set-gauge-prop --gauge-name "Endpoint Average Response Time (Milliseconds)" --set minor-value:200 --set major-value:500 --set critical-value:2000