Full-Page Monitor (FPM)

Full-Page monitors have the following configuration options:
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Configure Full-Page Monitor
Full-Page monitors have the following configuration options:
  • Browser Profile (Chrome or Firefox)
    Affects the waterfall chart and total timing. Browsers load and render pages and elements differently
  • Alert on JavaScript Errors
    Sends alerts when JavaScript errors are detected on the page
  • Allow Browser to Make Requests
    Specifies where the browser is allowed to make requests. Select from the following options:
    •  
      The Site Domain Only
       
    •  
      The Internet
       
    •  
      Selected Domains
       
  • Deny Requests to Selected URIs
    Specifies where the browser is not allowed to make requests. This setting can contain either a comma-separated list of host names, or a regular expression that is delimited by slashes.
    A regular expression must match the full URI string. For more information about supported RegEx constructs, see the Java documentation. Modifiers are not supported.
  • Only Use Stations with IPv6 Connectivity
    Enables the option to use IPv6 capable monitoring stations
Full-Page Monitor Workflow
The following diagram shows the FPM workflow:
FPM Monitor Workflow
FPM Monitor Workflow
Collected Metrics Process
The following diagram shows the metric collection process of the Full-Page monitor:
FPM Monitor Metrics
FPM Monitor Metrics
Collected Metrics
 
Metric Name
 
 
Unit
 
 
Description
 
First Data ( 
connect time
 )
Milliseconds
Time to connect to host and retrieve first data.
 
First Visual
 
Milliseconds
Time to start rendering a page.
 
Render Time 
 
Milliseconds
Time to fully render a page.
 
Total Loading Time
 
Milliseconds
Total time of the whole check.
 
Document Size
 
Kilobytes
Total size of all downloaded content, for example, HTML, CSS, and, images.
 
Requests
 
Number of all subsequent requests, for example, HTML, CSS, and, images.
 
Waterfall Charts
 
Script Step
Representation of embedded elements in a page, for example, images, and, CSS files.
Error Messages
For more information about possible error messages, see Error Messages.