Health Monitor provides critical information about the
LiveCycle system, such as server information, memory usage, and
processor usage. Also available are Work Manager statistics, such
as the number of work items or jobs in the queue and their statuses.
You can perform the following tasks using Health Monitor:
Verify that your system is running properly
View information to help diagnose system problems as they
Perform operations on work items or jobs displaying problems
Purge obsolete records from the Job Manager database
The Health Monitor page in Administration Console has three tabs:
The System tab displays resource monitoring charts and
information about the LiveCycle server (or node in a clustered environment).
(See View system information.)
The Work Manager tab displays data that is related to Work
Manager, such as the number of work items in the Work Manager queue.
You can filter the information by using various criteria or manage
individual work items by using the operation tools. (See View statistics related to Work Manager.)
The Job Purge Scheduler tab enables you to purge obsolete
records from the Job Manager database. (See Purge records from the Job Manager database.)
The Health Monitor web page is populated with statistics gathered
through a Gemfire API. This API automatically discovers all nodes
in a cluster. It also resolves security issues that occur when gathering
statistics from behind proxy servers or load balancers. Java options
are available to fine-tune the Health Monitor, decreasing the impact
to the performance of your LiveCycle environment. (See Fine-tuning Health Monitor performance.)
Access Health Monitor
In Administration Console, click
Health Monitor in the upper-right corner of the page.