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advice on Websphere performance monitoring

 
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Hi,
We are facing problems of CPU spikes on Aix machine where WAS is installed.Especially the WAS Java process sometimes seems to take more memory than required. We are planning to use Tivoli Performance Monitoring tool for monitoring this.
1. Can anyone pls let us know whether we are using the right tool for monitoring? .
2. Also does using this tool hampers the performance of WAS running on the AIX machine. We will be monitoring the performance of WAS on AIX remotely by running the Tivoli Performance Viewer on Windows machine.

Can anyone pls let me know on these points.
thanks ,
steve
 
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