I inherited supporting Crucible for a week or so, while the current admin is on vacation, and wouldn't you know it, management asks for some usage statistics, for a meeting in two days.
Is there anyway to query or scan the logs, to see the maximum number of concurrent users we had, either at the present time, by day, or a longer period? (I'll take anything.)
Is there anyway to find out how many concurrent users we are licensed for?
We are using Crucible 3.0.1 and MySQL 5.6.17 on a CentOS 6.4 machine.
Thank you * 2.
p.s. Should this question have been tagged with fisheye or crucible?
You can see the size of the license you have installed by looking at the System Info page in Crucible administration
I can't think of a simple way to determine what percentage of your userbase uses Crucible, but you could try turning on debug logging and counting the number of hits to the dashboard in a day. (Grep for the string "end request GET / "). If you are using an external auth system you can also grep the debug logs for "recreateAuth"
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