Administration Guide : Universal Messaging Enterprise Manager : Management and Monitoring Sections : Management Information : Clusters Status
Clusters Status
The cluster status view provides an overview of the characteristics as well as current status of a selected Universal Messaging cluster.
This section will describe the type of status information that you can observe from the Cluster Status view.
The top of the screen displays a large real time graph illustrating the total number of events published (yellow) and consumed (red) across all Universal Messaging clusters.
The bottom of the screen displays 3 panels named Totals, Event Status and Connection Status. These panels and the information displayed are described below.
Totals
The Totals section describes the following :
*Realms- The number of realms within the cluster
*Channels- The number of channels that exist across all realms within the cluster
*Queues- The number of queues that exist across all realms within the cluster
*Services- Total number of services that exist across all realms within the cluster
Event Status
The Event Status section describes the following :
*Published - The total number of events published to all channels, queues and services across all realms within the cluster
*Consumed - The total number of events consumed from all channels, queues and services across all realms within the cluster
*Published/Sec - The number of events published to all channels, queues and services, per second across all realms within the cluster
*Consumed/Sec - The number of events consumed from all channels, queues and services, per second across all realms within the cluster
Connection Status
The Connection Status section describes the following :
*Total - The total number of connections made to all realms within the cluster
*Current - The current number of events across all realms within the cluster
*Rate - The number of connections being made per second across all realms within the cluster
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