The monitor thread checks the availability of remote data sources. A remote data source is considered to be available when the monitor thread can create one connection to the remote data source. The cn=Resource entry for the monitor thread has the following monitoring DN:
cn=monitor_thread_name, cn=Monitor Thread, cn=Resource, cn=instanceId, cn=Instance, cn=DPS60, cn=Product, cn=monitor
Entries below the cn=Resource entry for the search thread contain the same groups of attributes as described in Connection Handler Thread, and the following groups of attributes:
backendServerName identifies the name of the monitored remote data source.
checkInterval identifies the interval of time (in seconds) between two checks.
additionalCheckType identifies additional checking. The following values can be used:
1 (no additional checks)
2 (create a bind connection to the data source)
3 (create a read connection to the data source)
serverIsAvailable identifies the status of the remote data source. The value is true if the remote data source is up and running.
totalChecks identifies the total number of checks.
failedAvailabilityChecks identifies the number of failed availability checks. An availability check is successful when a remote data source is up and running.
failedAdditionalChecks identifies the number of failed additional checks.