This is the section (available only for the Enterprise Edition) to work with OrientDB Server as DBA/DevOps. This control panel coming from OrientDB 2.1 Studio has been enriched with several new features for the new Enterprise Edition.
On the top of the page you can chose your server, visualize its system information and then navigate all statistics and facts related to it through the available tabs.
This panel summarizes all the most important information about the current cluster:
Operations per second
Live chartwith CRUD operations in real-time
It displays all the active connections to the server. For each connection reports the following information:
Session ID, as the unique session number
Client, as the unique client number
Address, is the connection source
Database, the database name used
User, the database user
Total Requests, as the total number of requests executed by the connection
Command Info, as the running command
Command Detail, as the detail about the running command
Last Command On, is the last time a request has been executed
Last Command Info, is the informaton about last operation executed
Last Command Detail, is the informaton about the details of last operation executed
Last Execution Time, is the execution time o last request
Total Working Time, is the total execution time taken by current connection so far
Connected Since, is the date when the connection has been created
Protocol, is the protocol among HTTP and Binary
Client ID, a text representing the client connection
Driver, the driver name
Commands, a command button to
This panel shows all the metrics in 4 different tabs. To learn more about the available metrics please refer to the Profiler section.
It lists all databases created on the server. It is possible make a backup using the specific option.
It list all warning messages. For each you can see:
Warning, as the warning message
Count, as the number of that warnings
Last Time, as the timestamp of the last warning message
This panel shows all the logs present on the server. The information in each log row are presented divided as follows:
Moreover you can filter log messages through the specific panel, typing different parameters.
It helps you with the configuration of a new plugin, avoiding to edit the
config/orientdb-server-config.xml configuration file.
You can consult in read-only mode the configuration of the server contained in the