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The MID Server dashboard

The MID Server dashboard

The MID Server dashboard is a central place for MID Server users to monitor ongoing operations. The dashboard consists of reports and gauges that display information from the MID Server Status table.

The MID Server Dashboard is available from the MID Server > Dashboard module.

The MID Server status gauge

The MID Server Status gauge on the dashboard displays basic information about each MID Server. This information comes from the MID Server Status [ecc_agent_status] table.

Figure 1. The MID Server Dashboard gauge
The MID Server Dashboard gauge
Column Description
Name The name of the MID Server.
Host name The name of the system that hosts the MID Server.
Status The status of the MID Server.
Validated Whether or not the MID Server was validated.
Max memory used % The highest percent usage of memory on the system that hosts the MID Server, in the configured sampling interval. The default interval is 30 minutes, but this value is user configurable. See MID Server resource threshold alerts for details.
Mean CPU used % The average percent usage of CPU on the system that hosts the MID Server, in the configured sampling interval. The default interval is 30 minutes, but this value is user configurable. See MID Server resource threshold alerts for details.
Pending jobs Number of pending ECC queue jobs for that MID Server.
Processing jobs Number of processing ECC queue jobs for that MID Server.
Version The version of the MID Server. An icon indicates the validity of the MID Server:
  • Red: Incompatible. The MID Server and instance do not belong to the same release. You must upgrade the MID Server and verify that it is not pinned to an older version with the mid.version.override property. The MID Server will not be upgraded until the parameter is cleared.
  • Yellow: Compatible, but an upgrade is recommended. This indicates that the MID Server version belongs to the same family as the instance, but not the same version.
  • Green: Compatible. No upgrade necessary.
  • Gray: Incompatible. The instance cannot detect the version.
User The login name of the user. An icon indicates the validity of the user:
  • Red: Incompatible. The user does not have the mid_server role or the user does not match the value in the mid.instance.username parameter (in the config.xml configuration file). Reconfigure the MID Server user and verify that it works.
  • Green: Compatible. The user has the mid_server role and matches the user in the configuration file.
Note: The user can also have any of the SOAP roles that the mid_server role inherits.

CPU and maximum memory usage

This graph shows the average percentage of CPU usage on all the systems that host MID Servers in the last 30 days.
MID Server CPU usage
This graph shows the average percentage of maximum memory used by all the systems that host MID Servers in the last 30 days.
Figure 2. CPU memory used
CPU memory used