Monitoring Workloads in Cluster Configurations

The Workload Management window provides, for each instance of the cluster, detailed information on logical clusters, load profiles, routes, and system information.

  1. In the Perspective Resources view, select a shared-disk cluster, click the drop-down arrow and click Monitor.
  2. Select Workload Management from the left pane.
  3. (Optional) Click a tab at the top of the screen to display more workload information on individual instances. By default Logical Clusters is selected.
    • Logical Clusters – The values for state are: online, offline, failed, inactive, and time_wait. The type may be application, login, or alias. The General, Base Instances, Failover Instances, and Routes tabs at the bottom of the screen provide access to additional information about a selected logical cluster.
      • (Optional) To see the system view, start-up mode, failover mode, down-routing mode, login distribution mode, and logical cluster role for the selected logical cluster, select General.
      • (Optional) To see the ID, name, and state of the selected logical cluster select Base Instances.
      • (Optional) To see the ID, name, state, and failover group of the selected logical cluster, select Failover Instances.
      • (Optional) To see the name and type of route associated with the selected logical cluster, select Routes.
    • Workloads – displays a list of workloads with information on instance, load profile, load score, user connections, CPU busy, run queue length, I/O load, engine deficit, and user score.
      • (Optional) To see charts depicting load score, and percentage use of the CPU, select Details for a selected workload.
      • (Optional) To see charts depicting queue length, and I/O load, select Advanced for a selected workload.
    • Load Profiles – displays a list of load profiles with information on name, type, minimum load score, login redirection, and dynamic migration.

      (Optional) To see a chart of metrics, select Metric Weight for a selected load profile. The metrics include user connections, CPU busy, run queue length, and so on, and the corresponding weights associated with the metric.

    • Routes – displays a list of routes with the name of the route, the logical cluster it is defined on, and the type of route such as alias, application, or login.