If the Component Analysis solution is installed and deployed for an on-premises SharePoint farm, you can review component loading on a monitored page.
NOTE: If Component Analysis is not enabled for a page, the Page Details view includes only the information that is available in the Summary view.
The Component Analysis view lets you:
·The Web front End (WFE) that the data was collected from.
·The number of Active Alerts for the page, arranged by category.
·A Page Overview, including the time the analysis took place, the components, the page size, the page render time the page load time, the WFE name, and the URL the Collection Service used to retrieve the data.
·Information about the HTML Controls on the page, including the overall status of the HTML controls.
·Information about the solutions on the page, including the overall status of the Solutions.
·Information about the Web Controls on the page, including the overall status of the Web Controls.
·A list of the Worst Performing Page Components; that is, components that take the longest to render on the WFE. You can use this list to optimize the page load time.
·A graph of the Page Availability on the WFE. If the Page Load Time option is selected for this page, this graph appears.
·A graph of the Page Load Time on the WFE, measured in milliseconds (ms). If the Page Load Time option is selected for this page, this graph appears.
NOTE: status information captured depends on the server role. For example, a load balancer will not have data for Web, SQL, or SharePoint
To view a Component Analysis Summary for a single monitored page:
In the Monitored Page section of the ribbon, choose Component Analysis
To view a Component Analysis Summary for another WFE:
Select the WFE from the Web Front End drop-down.
To view Component Analysis detail:
In the Monitored Page section of the ribbon, choose Details.
Page Component Details include:
·The Name of the page component.
·The Type of component.
·The Status of the component.
·The Render Time; or time required for the Internet Information Server (IIS) on the WFE to render the component, measured in milliseconds.
·The Render Weight, or relative importance of the component in relation to the whole page.
·The Object Size of the component, measured in bytes.
·The Object Weight, or amount of weight the Management Console assigns to the component when assigning the alert status.
NOTE: The Page Status area lists the Total Components and Monitored Components for the page. For many pages, these values do not match. This is because Metalogix Diagnostic Manager does not monitor components that do not have a bearing on the overall performance of the page in favor of a focus on components that do impact the page performance. For example, simple text components are omitted from the monitored components.
Metalogix Diagnostic Manager refreshes the Component Analysis for a monitored page on a schedule you specify which, by default, is every 60 minutes. (See Setting Monitored Page Options and Web Front Ends.) You can, however, immediately collect page component information for:
·all monitored pages in the selected farm
·a single monitored page.
NOTE: For this information to be collected, the Page Component Analysis option must be enabled for the page. See also Editing Monitored Page Settings.
To collect component analysis data for all monitored pages:
1In the Management Console tree, select the Monitored Pages node beneath the farm.
2Right-click and choose Collect component analysis data for all farm pages.
To collect component analysis data for a single monitored page:
1In the Management Console tree, expand the Monitored Pages node beneath the farm.
2Select the page for which you want to collect data, right-click and choose Collect component analysis data for this page.
Metalogix Diagnostic Manager lets you immediately collect page load metrics for all of the monitored pages in a single farm for which the Page Load Time option has been checked. (See also Editing Monitored Page Settings.)
When you collect Page Load metrics, the Collection Service collects the metrics for all monitored pages in the farm, not for a single page.
To collect page load metrics immediately:
In the Management Console tree, select the farm whose page load metrics you want to collect, right-click and choose Collect load & availability data for all farm pages.
From the Management Console tree, you can open a monitored page in a browser.
To open a monitored page:
1In the Management Console tree, select the monitored page you want to open.
2Right-click and choose Open in browser...