B.1. Secure Global Desktop Servers Tab

The Secure Global Desktop Servers tab gives you an overview of the current status of each SGD server in the array, including how many user and application sessions each server is hosting.

SGD server information is shown in the Secure Global Desktop Server List table.

If you click the name of a server in the Secure Global Desktop Server List table a series of tabs are displayed. The tabs are used to view and change the configuration for the server.

The following tabs are shown:

B.1.1. The Secure Global Desktop Server List Table

The number of SGD servers in the array is indicated in brackets at the top of the table.

The Add Server button adds an SGD server to the array. The SGD server is added as a secondary server.

If you select a secondary server in the table, the Make Primary button makes the selected server the primary server in the SGD array.

The Remove Server button removes the selected SGD server from the array. The selected SGD server must be a secondary server.

You update the Secure Global Desktop Server List table by clicking the Reload button.

The Secure Global Desktop Server List table includes the following information for each SGD server in the array:

  • Server. Domain Name System (DNS) name of the SGD server.

  • Type. Whether the server is a primary or secondary server.

  • Status. Server status, for example, whether the server is running.

  • Start Time. When the server was last started.

  • Accepting Connections. Whether the server is accepting standard connections, secure connections or both types of connection. Secure connections use the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to encrypt data. Standard connections do not encrypt data.

  • User Sessions. The current number of user sessions on this server. The numbers of user sessions using standard and secure connections are shown.

  • Application Sessions. The current number of application sessions on this server, including those that are currently suspended. The numbers of graphical application sessions and terminal-based application sessions are shown.

Command Line

From the command line, use the tarantella array commands to add servers to the SGD array, remove servers from the SGD array, make a secondary server the primary server, or view information about the SGD array. See Section D.3, “tarantella array”.