This tab of the Settings Window defines performance management options that may help conserve system resources on the computer running the console. This can be achieved by configuring the following settings:
Regulating the rate of performance updates
ControlUp can be configured to pull performance updates from the managed computers instead of receiving push updates. This enables a degree of control over the number of updates received by the console, thus decreasing the amount of CPU cycles and RAM required in order to process updates.
Note: It is recommended that you contact ControlUp Support before changing this setting. Our support engineers will suggest recommended values for the data collection parameters after assessing the size of your environment and the available resources.
Disabling process views
The Processes view is the most densely populated view in ControlUp, which may contain millions of records in large organizations. This setting enables you to disable updates for processes, which dramatically decreases the number of records which the console is required to process.
Disable views that depend on process-level information
When this option is enabled, the Processes view will be disabled, which means that you will not be able to see all processes in your organization in a single flat list. The Accounts and Applications views will no longer include rows that represent groups of processes. You will still be able to drill down into the process level of a selected computer or session. ControlUp Monitor will continue gathering process-level information for alerting and activity recording.