Following on from my previous submissions, QlikView Performance Monitoring and How to set up Windows Performance Monitor For QlikView Servers I have created a new Performance Dashboard. Where this differs from the System Monitor is that it includes Windows Perfmon Metrics for a more indepth / granular view of the QlikView system - including CPU, RAM, Disk, Process (QVS and QVB) in addition to User / Document / Reload stats extracted fromt he QlikView Logs.
The attached QV-Perf-Dashboard.qvw document includes a few days of data so you can get a feel of how it works.
Also attached are the supporting files / documents / include files in zip:
This spreadsheet lists the Servers and their Role (i.e Publishers, QlikView Server etc). It's used to map these in the main dashboard.
Calendar.qvw, CalendarModelSettings.inc & SpecialDates.xlsx
These are used to create a calendar QVD for use within the Dashboard.
This parses the QlikView Events, Performance and Sessions logs. The folder 'C:\ProgramData\QlikTech' on each server needs to be shared and defined in the script i.e \\SERVERNAME\QlikTech\QlikViewServer\
This parse the log files on the Publisher Server(s). The folder 'C:\ProgramData\QlikTech' on each server needs to be shared and defined in the script i.e \\PUBLISHERNAME\QlikTech\DistributionService\1\Log\
This parses the Windows Permon Logs. Refer to How to set up Windows Performance Monitor For QlikView Servers and the attached template CATS_DataViz_QlikView.xml to set up collection of Perfmon metrics. Again the folder where the logs will be saved needs to be shared and then updated in the script.
This will do parse the above logs for Todays date so the dashboard can be reloaded and update many times throughout the day or on a ad-hoc basis to provide a view that is almost realtime.
ColoursAndStyles.inc, DataVizDashboardSettings.inc & WindowsProcessing.inc are include files that are used in the Dashboard and other qvw's.
A working knowledge of QlikView Design & Development is required to update these files to taylor them to your system.