The Session Health Monitor (SHM) is a Silo feature which gives the user the ability to view various performance metrics during a given session. This can be used to help the Silo user identify performance issues when needed. The four metrics collected are:
Network Responsiveness - this is the measure of time for a packet to travel roundtrip from the client to the Silo datacenter.
Data Loss Rate - this is the number of retransmitted packets
Memory Utilization - client computer memory utilization
CPU Utilization - client computer CPU utilization
The network responsiveness aka client-server roundtrip triggers the SHM icon to change color. This Network Responsiveness metric compares observed network responsiveness against defined thresholds:
Green (Good) = <75 milliseconds
Yellow (Average) = 76-200 milliseconds
Red (Poor) = 200+ milliseconds
How it works
Click the SHM icon , the Silo Performance window displays.
Click a metric in order to drill down to see the last five minutes of readings against the good/average/poor background. This example displays the Network Responsiveness metric.
To submit diagnostic data and feedback, click the Report problem link located at the bottom right of window.
NOTE: Not all platforms are equivalent. Windows collects all four metrics. Mac, Web Client, and iOS platforms only collect the Network Responsiveness metric.
Please contact Support if you have any additional questions or concerns.