Performance Monitoring

Description

Our Performance Monitoring for Magento 2 will help merchants and admins to carefully track their Magento 2 online stores performance.This multifunctional extension preserves statistics and CPU load details in the database. It allows checking statistics in a historical context and right at the moment.

Key features:

  • Get CPU and RAM load history
  • Check if Random Access Memory is sufficient
  • Apply email notifications when Central Processing Unit load is high
  • Get the list of top website and system transactions
  • Select specific periods of time with the date-picker
  • Utilize the System and PHP info output

Find out how to install the Performance Monitoring for Magento 2 via Composer.

NOTE

All Aitoc extensions can be customized to fit particular business needs. If you have questions about any customization, please drop a message at support@aitoc.com

Configuration

General

To get started, go to STORES → CONFIGURATION → AITOC EXTENSIONS → PERFORMANCE MONITORING → GENERAL to configure the extension.

Here you can Enable/Disable the module.

Field Specification
Number of Transactions on the Graph Here it can be limited for your convenience.
History Lifetime The storage period is 30 days by default, but you're able to modify it in this field.
Do Not Track Application Some applications can be removed from the report for your convenience.

Alerts

This extension can also be configured to send email notifications to an admin if CPU usage has become too high. This will help the store administrator to react timely.

Field Specification
Enable Alerts Here you can enable/disable the function.
Notify If CPU Load Average Greater Than Enter a numerical value.
Email Sender Select a sender from our dropdown menu:
Email Recipient Specify the recipient.
BCC Blind carbon copy allows the sender of a message to conceal the person entered in the BCC: field from the other recipients.
Email Sender Select a sender from our dropdown menu:
Send Emails Alerts Every Х Minutes Enter your value in minutes.

NOTE

After configuring, don't forget to click on

Performance Monitoring Page

Please go to REPORTS → PERFORMANCE MONITORING.

Here you have 4 tabs:

  1. Overview

  2. CPU Usage

  3. Memory Usage

  4. PHP Information

Let's take a look at each of them.

Overview Tab

CPU Load Average

In this section, you can check CPU Load Average for the last 1, 5 and 15 minutes:

Swap Usage

A chart will be displayed here if SWAP memory was used. SWAP memory usage is a signal to increase RAM memory.

System Information

This basic information may also be useful for technical specialists (OS/CPU Model/Number of CPU Cores).

Disk Usage

Here you can keep an eye available disk space.

RAM Usage

Current memory usage is displayed on this pie chart:

CPU Usage Tab

This chart displays CPU Load Average dynamics:

Also, in the 'System Transactions' section, you can find displayed CPU usage by installed modules:

Moreover, you'll see Top system transactions by CPU usage.

Memory Usage Tab

This chart displays RAM usage details:

Also, in the 'System Transactions' section, you can find displayed RAM usage by installed modules:

Moreover, you'll see Top system transactions by RAM usage.

In addition to all of the above, Performance Monitoring simplified with the ability to select a specific date and time for which you would like to track:

PHP Information Tab

An output of PHP information is displayed here:

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