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Do parameters -y, -yx -yc and -yd parameters work on WebSpeed?

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EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: All supported versions
OS: All Supported Operating Systems
Question/Problem Description
Do parameters -y, -yx -yc and -yd parameters work on WebSpeed?
Do session statistics parameters work with WebSpeed?
Do parameters -y, -yx -yc and -yd parameters work on AppServers?
Do session statistics parameters work with AppServers?
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Yes, these session statistic parameters do work with WebSpeed and AppServers. These parameters collect statistics about client session activity and performance.

Statistics (-y)
Collect procedure access and usage statistics.

Segment Statistics (-yd)
Write segment statistics to the client monitor file (client.mon by default).

Statistics with Cross-reference (-yx)
Collect procedure call statistics and write them to an output file (proc.mon by default).

Statistics with CTRL-C ( -yc)
Substitute CTRL-C for executing the SHOW-STATS statement.

For more information on how they can be used, refer to
Solution P14930, "How to troubleshoot WebSpeed agents utilizing high amount of CPU"
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Last Modified Date7/6/2016 9:44 PM
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