A.9. Monitoring Tab

Settings on the Monitoring tab are used to configure system message log filters and enable billing services.

From the command line, use the Section D.16, “tarantella config list” command to list these settings, and the Section D.15, “tarantella config edit” command to edit these settings.

A.9.1. Log Filter

Usage: Type log filter definitions in the field. Press the Return key to add new entries.


This attribute specifies which diagnostic messages are logged and a destination file or handler for log messages.

The attribute contains multiple values, each of the form:


Use the wildcard (*) to match multiple components, subcomponents and severities.

Valid destinations are a file name or the name of a plug-in log handler.

File names can include the placeholder %%PID%%, which is substituted with a process ID.

Changes to this attribute take effect immediately.

Command Line

Command option: --array-logfilter filter...

Usage: Replace filter... with a list of log filter definitions. Separate each filter definition with a space. Quote any filters that contain wildcards (*), to stop your shell from expanding them.

The following example specifies a log filter that stores all warnings and error messages for the SGD server to a .log file.

--array-logfilter */*/*error:jserver%%PID%%_error.log

A.9.2. Billing Service

Usage: Select or deselect the check box.


Whether to enable billing services for the array.

This might use significant additional disk space on SGD servers in the array.

If enabled, you can use the tarantella query billing command to analyze the billing logs.

You must restart an SGD server for billing services to start.

Command Line

Command option: --array-billingservices 1 | 0

Usage: Specify 1 (true) or 0 (false).

The following example disables billing services for the array.

--array-billingservices 0