To view the New Relic APM x-ray session's transaction trace results: Go to rpm.newrelic.com/apm or rpm.newrelic.com/browser > Key transactions > (select a key transaction) > x-ray > (select an x-ray session). The selected x-ray session's Overview lists the total number of traces collected. The page includes sample performance details that you can sort, as well as charts and tables with response time details for the traces, application server, throughput, and segments by category.
Access to this feature depends on your subscription level.
Overview drill-down details
From the selected x-ray session's Overview page, use any of New Relic's standard user interface functions and page functions to drill down into detailed information. Here is a summary of additional options to drill down into detailed information about the selected x-ray session.
|If you want to...||Do this...|
|Change the sort order||Select any of the available Sort by options.|
|View details for a specific trace||Select the trace's row.|
|View traces with a specific response time||From the Trace response time distribution chart, mouse over any column for summary information, or select the column to list only those traces.|
|View summary response information||From the App server breakdown or Response time and throughput chart, mouse over the chart.|
|Hide (or return) breakdown details for the associated app||From the App server breakdown or Response time and throughput chart, select the link for the corresponding label.|
|View (or hide) the complete list of categories and segments for the trace||Below the Slowest components table, select Show all segments (or Hide segments).|
For more help
Additional documentation resources include:
- X-ray sessions (overview of New Relic's x-ray sessions feature and comparison to standard event thread profilers)
- Start, stop, or delete an x-ray session (procedures)
- View an x-ray session (menu options for existing x-ray sessions)
- X-ray session Thread Profile page (overview and drill-down details for the x-ray session's thread profiler results)