How to check concurrent session of a SBR server?
Is it the same concept like Transaction Per Second (TPS)?
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Concurrent session is different from TPS.
What version and edition of SBR you are using ?
You could see the current user sessions from SBR GUI.
If you are using SBR Carrier you can use the script ShowSessions.sh, located in /opt/JNPRhadm
-c will give you the count of current sessions
-a will print out all current sessions - be careful as this can put a huge load on the DB if there are a large number of sessions.
you can also specifiy an ip address (or range) or session key to get a specific session
It is SBR SPE 6.1.
Java Script Module is not available in it.
If you are running 6.1, then you can check current sessions in the SBR Admin GUI - Reports section...as Raveen mentioned.
Can upi share some light on the relationship between concurrent Act session and the TPS ?
We have tried the GUI steps on one of our servers however the result is not showing up and the reason maybe because of huge number of sessions on the server. Our setup consists of a single server.
How to get the concurrent sessions from the server in the case of a standalone server running version 5 ( GUI unable to fetch info) ?
What is the SBR version, is it SBR Enterprise/GE/SPE or carrier.
What do you see in SBR GUI when check for sessions ?
If you are running SBR HA 5.5, you can use: "ShowSessions.sh -c" in /opt/hadm.
If you are running SPE or GE/EE, there is a limit to the number of sessions that can be returned (10,000) and no way to get a count of how many sessions there are.
Please be aware that SBR 5.x has been EOL for over 3 years and SBR HA 5.5 just reached EOL. It is strongly recommended to upgrade to SBR Carrier.
Since you are using, SBR standalone 5.x, as Scott mentioned, there is no better way to get correct session count.