Previously in this blog post, we discussed Sizing Recommendations for Sage X3 Web Server (Syracuse) .
Also you might have already seen V11 Architectural guide, in KB 81394 which suggests to have :
So how do you determine the health of your Syracuse servers(s)? You can determine the status of each Syracuse server by following below:
You can also view some detail information for each Syracuse server node by clicking on Detail information in each host entity. ( This function only works on the latest version of Syracuse on U9 and V11)
You also can use KB 85754 How do I view the statistics on my nodes? to view node statistics externally by visiting <servername>:<port>/nannyCommand/info
But what if you like to create a simple monitoring service that checks the connection to your Syracuse server and if it fails, send you an email. This would be helpful, if for example, your Syracuse server is offline.
Note: Below is just an example , please test on production first.
Conclusion: You can create your own script to monitor Syracuse server connection , along with checking the status from Host entity.
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