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System Status displays all currently launched system services, system load info and current system database sessions of the main server, divided into two information blocks: Localhost and Master Database Sessions. In addition, this section displays the status of Redundancy and Reporting servers (see screenshot below).  Section structure is a follows:

Screenshot: System Status section 

Information BlockColumnDescription
Node: [node_ident]-[ip]

CPU LoadCPU utilization within 1 min, 5 min, and 15 min periods.
MemoryAmount of Total Memory with breakout for cacheshared, and available
UptimeCurrent uptime of the system
Last PingA timestamp of how long ago we received a ping from the server


Number of Central Processing Unit cores
UDP Buffers

List of UDP ports with queue size in incoming/outgoing queues

Assigned IPsCurrent server IP(s)
ServiceName of the system service. If the service is a daemon, it will be marked accordingly.
UptimeCurrent uptime of the service
PIDProcess ID of the system service
Master Database Sessions

PIDDatabase session process ID
ApplicationName of the application
Client IPIP of the server, accessing the Master database
Session DurationSession duration
Query DurationQuery duration
QueryDescription of the query

The section allows a user to stop, and restart services manually with the help of certain icons.


Allows to restart a service that is currently running

Allows to stop a service

(warning)   Attention

Note that you cannot stop some processes via the web interface. To do so, you need to login on a server via SSH to stop them.

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