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The Cluster tab, shown in Figure 33-7, allows you to set a number of distributed computing parameters and provide a priority list of servers to be used in production. You can also set the maximum number of sync backups and an abnormal cluster restart flag. In addition, you can set the priority of different servers that are already in the pool. Thus, if your pool is composed of four Sun 220R systems and four Sun 420R systems, then the higher-end 420R systems should be given priority over the lower-end 220R systems. A set of buttons at the bottom of the screen allows you to start, disable, or stop the server instance. If you make any configuration changes on the screen, you must either explicitly apply them by clicking the Apply Changes button or explicitly undo them by clicking the Undo Changes button. If you want to use the default values, click the Default Values button.
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In the General section, you can use the Engine Information tab for CXS, KCS, KJS, and KXS, shown in Figure 33-8, to display the engine name, hostname on which the engine runs, the IP address of the server, the port number on which the engine listens, the IIOP port number, and the engine status. IIOP is the Inter-ORB protocol, which underlies all CORBA operations. In addition, a set of buttons at the bottom of the screen allows you to start, disable, or stop the process. If you make any configuration changes on the screen, you must either explicitly apply them by clicking the Apply Changes button or explicitly undo them by clicking the Undo Changes button. If you want to use the default values, click the Default Values button.
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Application server engine configuration
You can use the Request Manager tab for CXS, KCS, KJS, and KXS, shown in Figure 33-9, to enable or disable request flow control and enter values to set default request queue high-and low-water marks, if appropriate. In addition, you must enter the minimum and maximum number of threads for the server. A set of buttons at the bottom of the screen allows you to start, disable, or stop the process. If you make any configuration changes on the screen, you must either explicitly apply them by clicking the Apply Changes button or explicitly undo them by clicking the Undo Changes button. If you want to use the default values, click the Default Values button.
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FIGURE 33-9
Request Manager configuration
Monitoring
In the Monitoring section, the object hierarchy in the left pane displays a list of all configured instances of the Sun Java System Application Server and their associated KXS, KJS, KCS, and CXS servers. In the right pane is a display of all processes to monitor for each server type. Attributes that can be monitored include average execution time, requests per interval, queries per interval, transactions committed per interval, transactions rolled back per interval, total number of threads, total number of requests, current number of requests, number of requests waiting, number of requests ready, number of current request threads, current number of request threads waiting, number of active data connections, and number of cached data connections. A set of buttons at the bottom of the screen allows you to add new plots, modify existing plots, and set various options, including the logfile name. Figure 33-10 shows the Monitoring screen for the CXS server.
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FIGURE 33-10
Process monitoring
Once you have selected a set of processes to monitor, you can set the operational monitoring parameters. These include the sampling interval (default is five seconds), the color of the attribute when plotted, and the scale of the plot. A sample is shown in Figure 33-11, where several iiopbridge attributes are plotted alongside each other.
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