Use this report to see how your server handles its client load. Based on the information that is in this report, you may want to adjust the load.
This report displays the current status and throughput of all servers in your local site. It also shows information about client installation, client online status, and client log volume for your local site. The data this report draws from is updated every ten seconds, but you need to rerun the report to see updated data.
If you have multiple sites, this report shows the total installed and online clients for your local site, not all your sites.
If you have site or domain restrictions as an administrator, you only see the information that you are allowed to see.
The health status of a server is classified as follows:
Good: The server is up and works normally
Poor: The server is low on memory or disk space, or has a large number of client request failures.
Critical: The server is down
For each server, this report contains the status, health status and reason, CPU and memory usage, and free disk space. It also contains server throughput information, such as policies downloaded, and site throughput sampled from the last heartbeat.
It includes the following site throughput information:
Total clients installed and online
Policies downloaded per second
Intrusion Prevention signatures downloaded per second
Learned applications per second
Enforcer system logs, traffic logs, and packet logs per second
Client information updates per second
Client security logs, system logs, traffic logs, and packet logs received per second
Application and device control logs received per second
Online has the following meanings in this report:
For the clients that are in push mode, online means that the clients are currently connected to the server.
For the clients that are in pull mode, online means that the clients have contacted the server within the last two client heartbeats.
For the clients in remote sites, online means that the clients were online at the time of the last replication.