The cn=RSAP entry identifies the type of remote service. The remote SAP can be one of the following types:
LDAP(S) to access directory servers such as Oracle Directory Server or Microsoft ADAM.
ODBC to access RDBM systems such as the Oracle Database.
The cn=RSAP entry for an LDAP remote SAP can have one of the following monitoring DNs:
cn=LDAP servername, cn=RSAP, cn=instanceId, cn=Instance, cn=OperatingSystem, cn=Product, cn=monitor
cn=LDAPS servername, cn=RSAP, cn=instanceId, cn=Instance, cn=OperatingSystem, cn=Product, cn=monitor
Entries below cn=RSAP can contain the following groups of attributes:
name identifies the SAP name, either LDAP or LDAPS.
isSecure identifies whether LDAPS is used. If the value is TRUE, LDAPS is used.
host identifies the hostname of the host server.
port identifies the port number to access this instance of Directory Proxy Server.
operationalStatus identifies the status of the element, with the following values: 2, 4, 12, and 13. For information about these values, see Table 24–2.
statusDescription provides the detailed description of the status.
started identifies if RSAP is started.
readOnly identifies if it is in read only mode.
totalConnections identifies the total number of connections including the established connections.
totalAvailableConnections identifies the total number of available connections for bind, read and write operations. The value 0 means that access to that data source is congested.
The following attributes are given for bind operations but also exist for read operations and write operations:
totalBindConnections identifies the number of established connections for bind operations. All of the connections are kept in a pool of bind connections.
availableBindConnections identifies the number of free bind connections in the pool.
bindConnectionsRequested identifies the number of requests to get a free bind connection from the pool.
bindConnectionsProvided identifies the number of bind connections provided upon request.
bindConnectionsRefused identifies the number of requests being refused because the pool is empty (even after a wait) or because the remote data source is down.
bindConnectionsWaitsRequired identifies the number of requests being blocked in a wait state, waiting for a bind connection to be freed.
bindConnectionsReturnedValid identifies the number of connections being released.
bindConnectionsReturnedInvalid identifies the number of connections being released as invalid. A connection is said to be invalid when errors have occurred.