A Service Access Point (SAP) provides information on how to access a service. The cn=SAP entry has the following monitoring DN:
cn=listenerThread, cn=SAP, cn=instanceId, cn=Instance, cn=OperatingSystem, cn=Product, cn=monitor
Entries below cn=SAP 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 current data source.
port identifies the port number to access this instance of Directory Proxy Server.
enabled identifies if the SAP is enabled.
operationalStatus identifies the status of the SAP. If the value is 2 or OK, the SAP is fully operational.
statusDescription provides a detailed status description.
startTime identifies the date and time at which the SAP was started.
stopTime identifies the date and time at which the SAP was stopped.
stopException provides a description of the error if a stop operation fails. If this attribute is empty, no error has occurred.
acceptedConnections identifies the number of accepted TCP connections. One counter exists for all LDAP operations. The counter is service agnostic.
refusedConnections identifies the number of refused TCP connections.