Capacity Manager does not show data for CPU metrics

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Article ID: 206286

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Products

CA Capacity Manager

Issue/Introduction

CPU metrics for all server are empty from 12-13-2020 and Memory metrics has some issue with total capacity.

 

Cause

Looking to the future, the current contents of the DAY_DIM table in Data Manager database range from 1990-01-01 to 2021-01-01.  For end users loading / creating 24 month forward-looking forecasts, that end date is expired. 

Environment

Release : 5.9

Component : CA CAPACITY MANAGER

Resolution

The attached SQL scripts can be executed to:

   1) Check the current date range in DAY_DIM

   2) Extend it by 10 years to 2031-01-01

   3) Optional - Check the new date range in DAY_DIM after running the second script

 

They can be run via SQLPlus or SQL Developer (other SQL IDEs are available) as the environment allows.

Additional Information

Important: 

Business Hour Windows and 'Day of the Week'

One small but important point to consider for non-US installations is that Oracle defines a different 'first day of the week' in different locales - in the US, it is Sunday, in most of Europe it is Monday for example - if using the Business Hours functionality, 'Day of the Week' is an important consideration.

Since the install requirements have America-American as the required locale, and the Internationalization Tech Note from Broadcom Support also recommends setting the Oracle session settings to America-American with a logon trigger, the attached Extend_Day_Dim_DateRange.sql script also sets the session locale to America-American to improve consistency.

If there is any concern, run the Check_Day_Dim_DateRange.sql script and check the Day_Of_Week and Day_Num_in_Week columns for consistency - modify the script as appropriate if needed.

Attachments

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