I do not think this is happening on all my collectors (5 in clusters...checked 2 and only seeing it on 1)
I am get my log filled with:
3/23/16 01:17:45.490 PM EDT [WARN] [pool-10-thread-8] [Manager] ATDS: baseline prediction not available for: SuperDomain|va10tlvwbs142|WebSphere|va10tlvwbs146DmgrCell01cellA/PERF1_Presentation_Server_11A|Frontends|Apps|acms-war|URLs|Default:Average Response Time (ms)
3/23/16 01:18:00.202 PM EDT [WARN] [pool-10-thread-1] [Manager] ATDS: baseline prediction not available for: SuperDomain|va10tlvwbs142|WebSphere|va10tlvwbs146DmgrCell01cellA/PERF1_Presentation_Server_11A|Frontends|Apps|acms-war|URLs|Default:Average Response Time (ms)
This is showing for various agents. This collector has 239 agent on it and I do not think in to all the agents...just some.
LIke I said, I do not see it on all collectors just some...so it my be running out of some resource...
These messages appear to be a 'feature' of the new differential analysis functionality and are covered in the following KB
"Baseline prediction not available for" messages filling up MOM log quickly.
They are not preventable at present but there is a communities Idea you can vote for
10.1.0 Hotfix #7 includes the fix to the below 2 issues:
- DE132078 - Differential Analysis metrics for Servlets are missing in Team Center. - DE35623 - Autotrace - Unnecessary logging for components not included in baselining : [WARN] [pool-6-thread-9] [Manager] ATDS: baseline prediction not available for:....If you need more details or a copy of the HF open a support case.
So, I do I find out about hot fixes like this? I did a search on the community for "ATDS: baseline prediction not available for" and found nothing and now I see replies from you and from Mike that this is a known issue.
Ok this is not an advert for the community search but quite often stuff comes up in Google pretty well.
I just searched “baseline prediction not available” and the first hit I got from Google was the KB I referenced. To be honest I wasn’t aware of the Hotfix Sergio referenced and I am following up on that myself.
Quiet probably the message you hit and searched on in the community may simply not yet have been discussed on the community at that point (now however google finds this thread too)
Release notes ,the docops site, and knowledge base articles are great places to look for hot fixes.
Visit https://docops.ca.com and select a release of CA Application Performance Management.
Does this answer your question or are there followup concerns?
Thanx for the replies, I will open up a support ticket to get the hotfix...