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Servers Manager

The primary tool used by system administrators is the Servers Manager.
It is the main interface for determining overall system status and for performing system configuration, file management, and error monitoring functions.
The Servers Manager displays a colored dot (node) for each Data Workbench server and Sensor installation in your system and provides at-a-glance system status for each installation. It also displays a node for your Data Workbench installation.
Green nodes represent active connections, red nodes represent connections that are disabled or otherwise inaccessible, and gray nodes represent connections whose states are undetermined.
Right-clicking a node displays information about the connecting component and provides access to any related menus.
The following tables describe the information provided when you right-click a node for Data Workbench, Data Workbench server (including a master Data Workbench server in a cluster), or Sensor.
Item Description
Product
Product name, version, and build number.
Example: Data Workbench 5.3 (00000001)
Address
IP address of the Data Workbench computer.
Example: 100.0.0.1
Configure
A link to your Data Workbench’s configuration file. Click Configure > Insight.cfg to display the Data Workbench configuration window. Any changes that you make and save in this window are reflected in the Insight.cfg file in your Data Workbench installation directory.
Product
Product name, version, and build number.
Example: Data Workbench server 5.3 (00000001)
CN
The common name of the Data Workbench server computer.
Example: myserver1.mycompany.com
Address
IP address or fully qualified domain name of the server as configured in the Addresses file on the computer and the Network Location parameter in the Insight.cfg file.
Example: 100.0.0.1
For information about the Addresses file, see the Server Products Installation and Administration Guide .
Status
Current status of the Data Workbench server. This field displays OK when the Data Workbench server is running normally. If an error has occurred and the Data Workbench server node is red, the field displays the error (for example, “403 Forbidden”).
Detailed Status
A link to the Data Workbench server Detailed Status interface, which is useful for troubleshooting errors or other issues with the Data Workbench server.
For more information, see The Detailed Status Interface .
Remote Desktop
Opens a Remote Desktop session to the Data Workbench server computer.
For more information, see The Remote Desktop Option .
Server Files
A link to the Server Files Manager , which displays the directories and files in the Data Workbench server installation directory.
For more information, see The Server Files Manager .
Server Monitor
A link to the Server Monitor interface, which is useful for troubleshooting or tracking performance parameters.
For more information, see The Server Monitor Interface .
Related Servers
For Data Workbench server clusters only.
A menu that lists the common names of the computers listed in the master Data Workbench server’s *.address file. This list usually includes all of the processing Data Workbench servers in the cluster. This menu appears only if Data Workbench has a copy of the master Data Workbench server’s *.address file.
When you click Related Servers , you can click either:
Item Description
Product
Product name, version, and build number.
Example: Sensor 3.76; J3.67
ID
The Sensor ID specified in the Sensor configuration file for this installation.
IP
IP address of the web or application server on which Sensor is installed.
Example: 100.0.0.1
PID
Process ID assigned by the operating system.
SSL
Whether Sensor and the Data Workbench server communicate using SSL.
Time
Time (HH:MM:SS) that the Sensor last established a connection with the Data Workbench server.