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Server Status

The Server Status page provides an overview of the engine that executes BPEL processes.
Server Status page
It contains the following items.
Item
Description
Date Started
Engine start date
Process Definitions
Number of business processes (.bpel files) currently stored in the database
Status (or Cluster Status)
Possible statuses values for Process Server engines are Running and Stopped. Additional database messages may also display. See Admin > Maintenance > Storage to see more detailed information regarding the database.
The status displayed reflects all engines in a cluster. For example, if the cluster has two engines, and one is stopped, the status displays Running (1/2 running).
Monitoring Level (or Cluster Monitoring Level)
Level indicates a monitoring severity; that is, it indicates whether a warning or error is detected. If there is no monitoring set up or if the engine is running normally, the level is Normal. Levels include Normal, Warning, and Error.
Version
Process Server version number
Identity Service
Email Service
Messaging Service
A status that indicates whether a service was configured and enabled. To set up these common services, used especially in Human Tasks processes, see Identity Service and . Also, the Identity service is required when using Human Tasks. See also Messaging Service.
If you click on the configure service link, Process Server displays the page associated with the service; for example, here the page displays.

Exporting and Importing Configuration Information

You can export and import an XML file containing information about Process Server properties and settings. You may also want to import a server configuration file created on one server into another serve so you can make both have the same properties and settings.
Exporting and Importing
The properties and settings in this file include:
Note: You may be asked to export the file for technical support.

Stopping and Starting the Cluster

Starting and stopping the Process Server starts and stops all engines in the cluster. To start and stop individual engines in the cluster, see Admin > Cluster.
Process Server
The engine starts when you start your Process Server. The engine stops when you shut down the Process Server. Select Stop Cluster to stop the engine from accepting new requests and to save currently running processes. Select Start Cluster to change status to Running.
Process Server for Apache Tomcat
The Process Server engine starts when you start Tomcat; that is, it starts automatically. Process Server stops when you shut down Tomcat. Select Stop Cluster to stop the engine from accepting new requests and to save currently running processes. Select Start Cluster to change the engine status to Running

License Warning

The License Warning field displays messages to help you stay in compliance with your Informatica Business Process Manager license agreements. The Process Server can verify that the number of installed licenses matches the configuration of your server cluster.
To check for license/CPU compliance in Process Server, see Admin > Cluster.

To Check License/CPU Compliance in Process Server for Apache Tomcat

  1. 1. Select the Admin > License > CPU Count.
  2. 2. Type in the number of CPUs on the server where Process Server is installed, and select Update.
  3. 3. Select the Home menu.
If the number of CPUs on the server exceeds the number of licenses installed, a warning is displayed on this page.