The Servers view is only available in the web-based administration application when the Lotus Notes Traveler server is configured for High Availability. This view shows the overview of each server in the pool.
The following table explains the columns of the Servers view:
The Domino server name of the Lotus® Traveler server
Available - the server is running
Unavailable - the server task is not running or the server is unreachable
0 to 100: The server is available. 100 means 100% available, 0 is 0% available.
-100 to -1: The server is constrained due to load or resource availability. It will continue to process existing syncs but new syncs will not start. -100 is most constrained where -1 is least constrained.
-200: The server is running but it is not available for work from the load balancer. It will continue to handle users that have been explicitly bound to run on this server.
Number of Users
Number of users currently running on this server
Timestamp of the last time this server recorded that it was still alive. If the server is shutdown normally, then this value will be empty. Under normal operation, each Lotus Notes Traveler server updates the heartbeat every 60 seconds.
The version and build number of the Lotus Traveler server.
Fully qualified internet host name.
TCP Port number used in server to server communication for load balancing and session routing.
IP address of the server that is used for server to server communication and session routing.
Servers view user interface
The user interface of the Servers view include the following:
- Column name: All the columns in the view that are sortable by selecting column name.
- Show: 10 | 20 | 50 | 100 items: You can change the number of rows that a pager will display on a single page. The default is 10.
- Auto Refresh: Select auto refresh on the right top corner of the page allows web administration page to refresh the data automatically. The option includes 5 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 5 min, and off. The default value is off.
Using console commands
There are several Domino console commands that are useful for administering a Lotus Notes Traveler server pool. See 8.1 Server console commands
for more details about commands specific to a server pool.