|Following is a description of all of the columns that might appear on this page. You can specify which columns actually display by clicking the Customize button in the lower-right corner and modifying the settings on the Headers page and/or the System Check page.|
Status: Displays the current status of the server. Possible values are Active (the server responded to the MCS query) or Inactive (the server did not respond to the MCS query, indicating that the server may be down).
Server Name: Displays the name of the server.
IP Address: Displays the IP address of the server.
Port Number: Displays the port number through which MCS processes HTTP requests.
Webserver: Displays the Web server application that is running on the server.
Operating System: Displays the operating system running on the server.
Cluster Group ID: Displays the unique ID of the cluster to which the selected server belongs.
Cluster Priority: Displays the current priority of the selected server within its cluster. By default, the next lower priority is assigned to each successive server that is installed to the cluster. The highest priority is 0, the next highest is 1, etc.
The cluster priority determines the order in which control is passed between servers in a cluster if any of the higher priority servers fail.
Customize: Click this button to access the General Tab Customize dialog box, which allows you to configure various display properties for this page.
|Viewing All Servers and Clusters|
|Overview of Server Management|
|Viewer Servers Page|
|Viewer Products Page|
|Viewer Clusters Page|