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Database Administration
Reference : PROMON Utility : R&D Status Displays : Servers
Displays status information about OpenEdge servers running on the system.

PROMON Servers Status display

The following shows a sample Servers Status display.
09/15/05 Status: Servers

Sv Pend. Cur. Max. Port
No Pid Type Protocol Logins Users Users Users Num

0 4899 Login TCP 1 0 0 5 2402
1 22849 Auto TCP 1 0 1 5 1025
2 0 Inactive 0 0 0 0 0
3 0 Inactive 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 Inactive 0 0 0 0 0
The display contains the following fields:
*Type — The server type. The table below describes the possible server types.
Table 85. Server types
A broker process. A broker logs in clients and starts remote servers.
A server started automatically by the broker.
A server started manually (with the Manual Server (-m2) startup parameter) after the broker was started. You might start a server manually for debugging purposes, or on a system where a server cannot be started automatically.
A secondary login broker. When a database network includes more than one protocol, a secondary login broker performs broker functions for the second protocol.
Placeholder in the server table for servers that have not yet started.
*Protocol — The communications protocol used by the server and its clients. TCP is the only valid value for this field.
*Pend. Users — The number of users who have successfully connected to the broker, but have not completed a connection to a server.
*Cur. Users — The number of users currently connect to a server.
*Max. Users — The maximum number of users who can connect to a server.