Performance Monitoring for Magento 1(v.1.0.2)
Monitor performance of your store and web-server from Magento Admin Panel
- Track the CPU load and RAM usage in Magento Admin Panel
- Helps to identify the causes of high server load
- View CPU and memory load history
- Check top web transactions
- Email Alerts
- Identify weak hardware
Also available for Magento 2
View the current Magento performance and detailed load history
Many of our customers have faced the difficulties in choosing a server for their website. Really, how to choose a server? How to understand that the server can handle the load, especially on the holiday season?
Magento platform has minimal system requirements to a server so that the basic installation can work smoothly. However, you could not find merchants who would not have a Magento theme or plugins and modules installed on their websites. Most of these products influence CPU and RAM usage significantly. Sometimes a merchant does not understand what is happening with the store, as there may be no any problem, but the store works slowly. Sounds familiar?
To avoid such a situation, it is vital to have a specific tool to monitor the server load. And it is surely important not only to check the load at a particular moment of time but also to monitor it in the background.
The most common reasons of increased load
- Slow loading web pages - the slower the page is loaded, the slower system work
- Insufficient amount of RAM makes a system use the hard disk (so called “swapping”) which operates much slower than RAM
- Running slow processes via cron
- Resource consumption of third-party applications
All these reasons can be tracked with the help of the Magento Performance Monitoring extension. All the necessary information, such as CPU, RAM usage and a number of useful graphs and charts, is displayed in Magento Admin Panel.
Keep an eye on CPU, RAM, Swap usage right in Admin Panel
A Store Administrator can track the current CPU, memory (RAM, Swap) load, and free hard disk space. There is no need to use the command line to track CPU load. All details are displayed in Magento Admin Panel.
Detailed CPU and memory load history
Store Administrator can track CPU and memory load for the last 30 min, 1-12 hrs, 30+ days and so on.
The graphs display needed information simply and help investigate the heavy load of a system during a certain time period, so it becomes much easier to find out a cause of troubles.
Check when peaks and lows of load happen
Magento Performance Monitoring extension allows examining a period of time with the lowest and highest loadings.
Display of top website transactions
It helps a store administrator find out server load during specific operations in order to take proper steps for reducing the execution time of request processing.
Display of top system transactions
Magento Performance Monitoring extension will display system resource consumption by system applications such as MySQL, web-server, etc. It allows store administrator to timely react to unexpected high resource consumption by one of the applications that may occur if there is insufficient RAM or - incorrect configuration. The graph also allows you to track changes in the load after installing new modules, changing their settings or other configuration. For example, MySQL can heavily load a processor and this tool will show which system transaction has influenced the load.
Send email notifications to system administrator when CPU Average Load is too high. This is a must have feature since troubles with high server load may cause loss in profit. Email alerts help quickly solve emerging problems.
Identify weak hardware
Magento Performance Monitoring extension allows you to promptly identify the need for an increase in RAM, HDD or processor replacement. For example, if you see that Swap is often used, then there is a need to increase RAM, because Swap uses a hard disk, and this gives a slower memory operation.
Convenient date picker
A date period can be selected in two clicks. Moreover, a set of predefined time periods is available (last 7 days, this month, last month, etc.)
System information output
- OS version and other details
- CPU model
- Hard disk space information
- PHP compilation options and extensions
- PHP version
- Server information and environment
- OS version
- HTTP headers
- PHP License
- Paths, master and local values of configuration options
Please note that the extension can work only on Unix OS and with ‘exec’ function allowed.
So please make sure you have Unix OS and ‘exec’ function enabled before installing the extension.
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Magento CE 1.5.*, 1.6.*, 1.7.*, 1.8.*, 22.214.171.124 - 126.96.36.199, 1.9.3* Magento EE 1.11.*, 1.12.*, 1.13.*, 188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206, 1.14.3.* Compatible Browsers Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, IE8+
Please note that the extension can work only on UNIX OS and with ‘exec’ function allowed. So Please make sure you have Unix and ‘exec’ function enabled before installing the extension.
- Backup your store before installation (recommended)
- Make sure that cron is set up. Cron set up guide.
- Make sure that ‘exec’ function is allowed.
- Go to Magento Admin Panel and disable compilation (Systems > Tools > Compilation > 'Disable' button) and flush store cache (System > Cache Management > 'Flush Magento Cache' button)
- Download the extension package from your account and extract the downloaded archive.
- Copy the files from the extracted folder to your store root directory
- Flush store cache
- Log out from the backend and login
- If you want to enable compilation, then you should run compilation process (Systems > Tools > Compilation > 'Run Compilation Process' button).
- Go to System > Configuration > Performance Monitoring, configure and enable the extension.
- Flush store cache.
1.0.2 (14 June 2017)
1.0.1 (05 June 2017)
1.0.0 (15 May 2017)
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