Watching Active Servers - trillium_quality - 17.2

Trillium Director User Guide

Product type
Software
Product family
Trillium
Product
Trillium > Trillium Quality
Version
17.2
Language
English
Product name
Trillium Quality
Title
Trillium Director User Guide
Topic type
Overview
Installation
How Do I
Configuration
Administration
Reference
First publish date
2008

You can monitor the activity of active (running) servers by using Watch mode. Watch mode allows you to view the number of successful and failed requests, the number of releases, and the available pool.

While in Watch mode, most Director System Manager functionality is disabled so as not to impact statistics of the system(s) being monitored. The tool has a built-in latency and should not be used for benchmarks.

To watch a server

  1. On the Realtime View tab, right-click a Director, cleanser, or matcher server and select Watch. You are prompted for a refresh interval.

    Figure 1. Setting the Refresh Interval Setting the Refresh Interval
  2. Select a refresh interval in the range of 500 to 60,000 milliseconds and click Start. The Director System Manager window displays activity statistics for the watched server, and displays a red STOP icon in the toolbar, as shown in the fgure below.

    Figure 2. Watching a ServerWatching a Server
  3. To end the watch, click STOP.

The table below describes the information displayed for each Director, cleanser and matcher server being watched.

Table 1. List View

Column

Description

System

System identifier to show the association of the server.

Server

Name of the server.

Status

Status of cleanser or matcher service: Active or Suspended.

Host

IP Address or host name of the computer on which the Director, cleanser, or matcher is running.

Port

Port on which the Director, cleanser, or matcher server listens for incoming connection requests.

PID

Process ID.

Pool Size

Number of threads for the cleanser, or matcher server.

Available

Number of available threads for the cleanser, or matcher server at any given time.

Requests

Number of calls the Director made to the cleanser or matcher server.

Successful

Number of successful calls.

Failed

Number of failed calls.

Releases

Number of released calls.

Trace

Status of trace. True = Trace is ON, False = Trace is OFF.