3.1 Monitoring an SGD Array

The target home page, called the Array Overview monitoring page, provides an overview of metrics and resources for all SGD servers in the array. See Figure 3.1, “Array Overview Monitoring Page”.

Figure 3.1 Array Overview Monitoring Page


The Array Overview monitoring page includes a series of panels, as described in Table 3.1, “Panels on the Array Overview Monitoring Page”.

Table 3.1 Panels on the Array Overview Monitoring Page

Panel

Description

Array Members

A table that lists information about the members of the array, including their role in the array (primary or secondary) and their current status (up or down).

The Hostname field is a link to the Array Member monitoring page, where you can view the monitoring information for that array member. See Section 3.2, “Monitoring an SGD Server”.

User Session Information

A search field that returns user session and application session information for a user who is logged in to the array.

Enter the fully qualified name for the user. For example:

../_user/o=organization/cn=Indigo Jones.

The fully qualified name for an SGD user is shown on the Detailed Diagnostics page of the user's workspace.

Click on Search to display the User monitoring page, where you can view session information for the specified user. See Section 3.3, “Monitoring an SGD User”.

User Sessions

A pie chart that shows the distribution of logged in users (user sessions) across the members of the array.

Application Sessions

A pie chart that shows the distribution of running applications (application sessions) across the members of the array.

Application Server Sessions

A pie chart that shows the distribution of application sessions across the application servers.

Datastore

A pie chart that shows the distribution of SGD objects in the local repository. The objects are classified according to their SGD object type.

Incidents and Problems

A table that shows system messages relating to incidents and problems for the SGD array.

For more information about managing incidents in Oracle Enterprise Manager, refer to the Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Administrator's Guide.