Universal Messaging 10.3 | Administration Guide | Universal Messaging Enterprise Manager | Administration Using Enterprise Manager | Cluster Administration | Viewing Information for a Cluster
 
Viewing Information for a Cluster
You can view information for an individual cluster by expanding the Clusters node in the navigation pane and selecting the node for the required cluster. The view provides an overview of the characteristics as well as current status of a selected cluster.
Figure 11. View of a Cluster
The top of the view shows the realms that have been defined for the cluster.
The view includes a real time graph illustrating the total number of events published (yellow) and consumed (red) across all realms in the cluster.
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
The Enterprise Manager provides information for the cluster through the following tabs:
*Cluster Summary
*Connections
*Remote Cluster Connections
*Logfile
*Sites
Cluster Summary
The Cluster Summary tab provides an overview of all realms in the Cluster. It identifies the current Master realm, and also shows each realm's perception of the state of all other realms.
Figure 12. The Cluster Summary Tab
Connections
The Connections tab shows all connections to realms in the Cluster. In this example, it shows a single user connected to three realms in the Cluster:
Figure 13. The Cluster Connections Tab
Remote Cluster Connections
The Remote Cluster Connections tab shows all remote cluster connections for this Cluster. Clusters can be remotely connected together providing the ability to create joins between channels in different clusters:
Figure 14. The Remote Cluster Connections Tab
Logfile
The Logfile tab shows a real-time Cluster-specific log, and provides the option to stream the log output to a file:
Figure 15. The Cluster Logfile Tab
Sites
The Sites tab shows any site configurations (see Creating and Managing Clusters with Sites) for the current cluster. Clusters that have Site configurations are known as Universal Messaging Clusters with Sites. (Those without are known as Universal Messaging Clusters):
Figure 16. The Cluster Sites Tab