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Viewing the ADC Service Details

 

Monitoring ADC is to view all the ADC-related health and status. For example, assume that operator is seeing the SDG is marked red and upon further investigation by using the SDG Monitoring page, it is detected that greater than 30% of the real servers are down, based on this criteria, the ADC is marked as red. The operator selects the particular SDG and drills down to view the service details.

When you select an SDG pair on the left pane of the Monitoring page, you can drill down to select a specific service instance or template of a particular type. You can expand the ADC tree to view the configured ADC instances.

When you select a specific ADC instance, the right pane refreshes to show the following information:

To view the ADC services to examine, analyze, and troubleshoot device problems and service failures

  1. From the View selector, select Service View. The workspaces that are available in this view are displayed.
  2. From the Junos Space user interface, click the Monitor icon on the Edge Services Director banner.

    The functionalities that you can configure in this mode are displayed in the task pane.
  3. From the View pane, select the All Services item. Click the plus sign to expand the tree and select the service type, such as ADC, TLB, or SFW, for which you want to view monitoring details.
  4. From the task pane, under Service Instance, click the plus sign to drill down the tree and select the SDG or SDG pair for which you want to view monitoring statistics and charts of various system states. The Monitoring page for ADC is displayed.
    Figure 1: Monitoring Page for ADC Service
    Monitoring Page for ADC Service

The ADC Details monitor displays the following details:

  • Name of the configured service.

  • Indicates whether the service is up or down.

  • Name of the interface.

  • Indicates whether the PIC is up or down.

  • Status of the control daemon.

  • Status of the data daemon.

The Critical Messages monitor displays the messages of a severity level of critical. The date and time at which the message was generated, and a description of the message to highlight the module/protocol and the problem condition are shown. From the Time Interval drop-down list, select the 6 hours, 12 hours, or 24 hours options to view details for the last 6 hours, last 12 hours, and last 24 hours respectively. Click the Refresh icon at the top of the monitor to update and display the contents of the table.

The Alarms monitor displays a pie chart for critical, major, and minor alarms. Red denotes critical, orange denotes major, and yellow denotes minor alarms. The time at which the alarm is generated and a description of each alarm are shown. Mouse over each portion of the pie to view the number corresponding to the percentage of each alarm severity. From the Time Interval drop-down list, select the 6 hours, 12 hours, or 24 hours options to view details for the last 6 hours, last 12 hours, and last 24 hours respectively. Click the Refresh icon at the top of the monitor to update and display the contents of the table.

The CPU and Memory Usage monitor displays a line chart with time along the x-axis and the percentage along the y-axis. The legends reference CPU usage and memory usage. From the Time Interval drop-down list, select the 6 hours, 12 hours, or 24 hours options to view details for the last 6 hours, last 12 hours, and last 24 hours respectively. Click the Refresh icon at the top of the monitor to update and display the contents of the table.

The Real Server IPv6 and IPv4 Status monitor displays a bar graph with percentage along the y-axis and the protocol type along the x-axis. One bar is for IPv4 and the other is for IPv6. Red portion of the bar denotes the server is down. Green portion of the bar denotes the server is up. The real server names and statuses are also shown.

The VIP Status monitor displays a pie chart. Each segment of the pie represents the percentage of virtual services that are down or up. Red signifies that the virtual server is down and green signifies that the virtual server is up. The virtual server names and statuses are also displayed. From the Time Interval drop-down list, select the 6 hours, 12 hours, or 24 hours options to view details for the last 6 hours, last 12 hours, and last 24 hours respectively. Click the Refresh icon at the top of the monitor to update and display the contents of the table.