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WebSpeed Administration : Configuring WebSpeed in Windows : Testing your configuration : Using the query option to check status
Using the query option to check status
You can test your configuration and check its status by running the -query option on the NameServer and the WebSpeed broker.
To query a local NameServer, use the NSMAN utility, which is installed in install-path\bin, as follows:
nsman -name NameServer -query
Where NameServer is the name of the NameServer that you want to query.
To query a remote NameServer, use the following command:
nsman -name NameServer -host host -port port -user user -query
To query a local WebSpeed broker, use the WTBMAN utility shown, which is installed in install-path\bin:
wtbman -name broker -query
Where broker is the name of the WebSpeed broker that you want to query. You can have more than one broker running on a single machine.
To query a remote WebSpeed broker, use the following command:
wtbman -name broker -host host-name -port port -user user-name -query
The query reports on the broker's pool of WebSpeed agents. For each agent, it lists a process ID, its port number, its status, how many requests it has serviced, when it started, and when its status changed.
The following are the agent status types:
*AVAILABLE — The agent is available to execute application logic.
*BUSY — The agent is actively executing application logic (Web object) for a Web user.
*LIMBO — The agent is in a transitional state. If the status persists, it indicates an error condition.
*LOCKED — The agent is dedicated to a particular Web browser and is only available to the browser whose application locks it.
*STARTING — The broker has launched the agent, but the agent has not yet initialized.