The Zend Server Cluster Manager Administration Interface is very similar
to the Zend Server Administration Interface. However, instead of being
designed to manage a single server the Zend Server Cluster Manager Administration
Interface allows you to perform configuration and management tasks for
an entire cluster.
The Administration Interface layout is as follows:
- Monitor Tab - The
Monitor tab is the main area for system information and it includes
- Dashboard - The
Dashboard page is accessed from Monitor
| Dashboard and is the default page after
logging in to the Administration Interface. In addition to the
Recent Events, there is
also a Server Status area
for basic information on the servers that belong to your cluster.
- The Events page is the main display for events that are generated
in your cluster. Events are based on the conditions defined in
. You can use
the Events page to perform additional actions to diagnose the
problem. For more information on this page see Events.
- The Jobs page is the main display for jobs (their history
and their status) that are scheduled in your cluster. For more
information on this page see Jobs.
- Queue Statistics -
The Queue Statistics page is the main display for information
regarding active Jobs that you
have defined in your cluster. For more information on this page
see Queue Statistics.
- Code Tracing - The
Code Tracing page is a central display and management area for
all traced information. From this page you can access the code
tracing tree and Statistics per trace file (generated by an event)
or URL (manually generated from this page). For more information
on this page see Code Tracing.
When you enter a URL the trace will be done through your load balancer
to a random server, if you want to do directly to a specific server,
specify the server's IP address.
- Rule Management - The Rule
Management tab is the main area for configuring performance, monitoring
and Queue features and it includes
- Monitoring - Monitoring
Rules page is a central area for defining and activating rules.
Rules are used to or alert and collect information about PHP script
problems. Each monitoring rule can also be assigned one of the
following actions; Save code tracing and send email. Generated
events are displayed in the
page. For more information on this page see Monitoring.
- Caching - The Caching
page is the central configuration area for configuring caching
rules for specific URLs or URL ranges. For more information on
this page see Caching.
- Recurring Jobs - The
Recurring Jobs page is the central configuration area to configure
jobs to run by URL. For more information on this page see Recurring
- Cluster Setup - The
Setup tab is the main area for configuring your PHP and it includes
- Servers - The Servers
page is a central configuration page for creating a clustered
environment that will be governed by Zend Server.
For more information on this page see Servers.
- Components - The Components
page provides a convenient way to view and configure the components
installed in your cluster. For more information on this page see
- Extensions - The PHP
Extensions page provides a convenient way to view and configure
extensions available in your cluster. For more information on
this page see Extensions.
- Directives - The PHP
Directives page allows you to easily edit your PHP configurations
from the Administration Interface. From here, you can view and
configure commonly used directives. For more information on this
page see Directives.
- Debugger - The Debugger
page is used to enable remote PHP debugging and profiling of Web
applications using the Zend Debugger component. For more information
on this page see Debugger.
- Monitor - The Monitor
page is used to define the different settings for configuring
Monitor component. This component is used to
capture PHP events when they happen
and to alert developers and system administrators. For more information
on this page see Monitor.
- Session Clustering
- The Session Clustering page is used to define, the different
settings for the Session Clustering
component. This component is used to provide a highly scalable
solution for synchronizing session data across a cluster of PHP
servers. For more information on this page see Session
- Job Queue
- The Job Queue page is used to define the different settings
for configuring the Job Queue Component. This component
is used to schedule jobs to run
a PHP script. This can be done by creating a Job in Recurring Jobs or by using the API. For more information
on this page see Job Queue.
- Administration - The
Administration tab is the main area for configuring your Zend Server system settings and
- Password and License - The Password and License page is used
to change your login password and update your license. For more
information on this page see Licenses
- Applications - The
Applications tab is the main area for deploying and working with deployed
applications. For more information see Deployment.
If Zend Server Cluster Manager
cannot connect to the database, the only available action in the Administration
Interface is to login.
If the problem persists, contact Customer Support at http://www.zend.com/en/support-center/.