CEM: Limit exceeded adding new components to Discovered Transactions
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CEM: Limit exceeded adding new components to Discovered Transactions


Article ID: 41780


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CA Application Performance Management Agent (APM / Wily / Introscope) INTROSCOPE



 Seeing an issue with CA CEM when trying to use the transaction discovery, I get the following message: "Limit exceeded adding new components to Discovered  Transactions."



 Linux. APM 10.x.



 By default, up to 50 non-identifying components can be discovered per transaction. After 50 have been discovered, the oldest ones are deleted to allow new ones to  be added. A CA CEM event called "Limit" exceeded adding new components is logged each time a new non-identifying component replaces an old one.



 To change the maximum number of non-identifying components, edit the Autogen.Max.NonIdentifying.Components property in tess-customer.properties.

 *tess-customer.properties file should be created as following:

 1. Locate the file:


 2. Create a copy of the tess-default.properties file in the same directory, and name it tess-customer.properties.

3. Modify the created tess-customer.properties file, adding only the properties needed to modify for your CA CEM environment.

  a. Edit this new properties file.

      For example, using the vi editor:

      vi tess-customer.properties


 Important! The tess-customer.properties file should contain only those properties with values that differ from the CA CEM system defaults.

 If you leave all the properties in your tess-customer.properties file, then system upgrades might not take advantage of future system performance or  tuning updates to the properties.


b. Save the tess-customer.properties file.


4. Copy the tess-customer.properties file to all the Enterprise Managers in the cluster.


5. Restart each Enterprise Manager in the cluster.


Additional Information:


Automatically Discovering Components

*Modifying the tess-default.properties Property Default File

*Transaction Discovery Errors and What to Do About Them


Release: CEMUGD00200-10.1-Introscope to CA Application-Performance Management-Upgrade Mai