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4 Managing Rhino elements

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Monitoring, managing, configuring, and inspecting Rhino elements

You can use the Rhino element manager to:

  • monitor running instances (cluster nodes, statistics, alarms, resource adaptor entities, and services), selected notifications tracing SLEE components and subsystems, live statistics on selected parameter sets, and Rhino log output.
  • manage and deploy SLEE components (state, alarms, deployment, profiles, and resources)
  • configure the Rhino container (threshold rules, rate limiters, licenses, logging, and object pools)
  • inspect the SLEE runtime state (activities, SBBs, timers, transactions, and threads)
  • access tools to provide feedback, annotate the Rhino log, open a command-line interface, and display the audit log.

All Element Manager pages include a banner at top with information and links, and pane at bottom showing audit log log messages:

The banner at top shows:

  • the current instance (in the example, Rhino "Famine 2.1" @ famine:9000)
  • breadcrumbs for the current REM page (in the example, Monitoring > Overview)
  • links to manage connections (load a New Connection, display Active Connections, or Disconnect)
  • an icon to display help for the current page:
  • an icon to return to the home page:
Audit Log The scrollable audit log pane at bottom shows the last 10 audit messages.

REM also comes with an Audit Log tool that displays the full audit log history.

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