Cluster replication status
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Article Summary

On this screen, you will see the status and operation of the instances through the generated logs and if errors occur:

In Orbit Config Manager ➔ Replication ➔ Status where we can visualize the instance situation with the following information:

Local Server

Replication Status: Disabled/Enabled

Instance type: Primary/Secondary

Operating Mode: Active/Inactive

Last sync: 12/18/2015 16:00:01

Authentication token: 85d4d3f2b2e3840179fa8327551690b6

If you have a remote server, you will have information about it as well.

View Elasticsearch cluster status

This screen shows the status of the elasticsearch cluster service, located in the module Orbit Config Manager ➔ Replication ➔ Elasticsearch:

Data search cluster

Status: brings information about the functioning of the instance.

Uuid: is a universally unique identifier for the instance.

Size: the number of instances.

Master: is an identifier of the Primary instance in the cluster.

Version: shows which version this instance is in.

Shards: the amount of sharded data subset or chunks for a sharded cluster. Which together form all the data in the cluster.

State Uuid: is an instance state identifier in the cluster.

Timed out: informs if an error occurred during the time and if the instance took a while to get a response from the cluster.

Cluster Members

Index: is a unique index identifier of the cluster instance.

Name: is the name of the cluster application.

Ephemeral: is an ephemeral identifier of the cluster instance.

Address: shows the IP and Port of the instance.


Name: brings the names of the logs that were generated by the instance.

Uuid Total: is a unique identifier for that generated log.

Size: is the size of the log that was generated by the system.

Health: shows if the log is working correctly.

Status: brings information about the functioning of the instance.

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