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documentation:2.1:status [2019/01/15 15:55]
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documentation:2.1:status [2020/04/03 10:40] (current)
cmaudoux
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 ===== Portal Status (experimental) ===== ===== Portal Status (experimental) =====
  
-The portal ​displays in JSON format its activity. ​Some d This can give a view to all returned codes.+The Portal ​displays in JSON format its activity. ​It can provide ​a view of all returned codes.
  
 ==== Configuration ==== ==== Configuration ====
  
- ​Set ​''​portalStatus = 1''​ in lemonldap-ng.ini file (section ''​[Portal]''​) +  ​Ordered List ItemSet ​''​portalStatus = 1''​ in lemonldap-ng.ini file (section ''​[Portal]''​) 
- Note that handler status must also been enabled +  ​Note that handler status must also been enabled 
- Protect ​http://​portal/​portalStatus using your webserver configuration+  ​* The URL http://​portal/​status must be protected by your webserver configuration
  
-Status is displayed by calling this URL. 
  
 ===== Handler Status ===== ===== Handler Status =====
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 ==== Presentation ==== ==== Presentation ====
  
-When status feature is activated, Handlers and portal will collect statistics and save them in their local cache. This means that if several Handlers are deployed, each will manage its own statistics.+When status feature is enabled, Handlers and portal will collect statistics and save them in their local cache. This means that if several Handlers are deployed, each will manage its own statistics.
  
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-The statistics ​are collected ​trough ​a daemon launched by the Handler. It can be seen in system processes.+Statistics ​are collected ​through ​a daemon launched by the Handler. It can be supervised ​in system processes.
  
-Statistics ​are displayed when calling the status path on an Handler (for example: http://​reload.example.com/​status).+The statistics ​are displayed when calling the status path on an Handler (for example: http://​reload.example.com/​status).
  
 Example of status page: Example of status page: