This menu entry provides a list with server information. If you use a single server, the list will include only one server. If you use GRID, you will see a list of your servers.

The following information is available for each server:

  • Server ID (server's unique ID)
  • Address (server's configured network address)
  • Connected (sign - indicates that this is the current server; yes indicates that the remote server is connected and data transmissions will work as expected; no indicates that the remote server failed to connect - please check log files to see the reason)
  • Version (currently installed version of ISL Conference Proxy)
  • Build time (time when the installed version was built)
  • Up time (indicates server's uptime in format HH:MM:SS)
  • Connected time (indicates the duration of current connection if connected, or last connection if disconnected)
  • Disconnected time (indicates the duration of current disconnection if not connected, or last disconnection if connected.)
  • ISL Light (indicates a number of ISL Light sessions in certain state - active, get_code, half_connected, reconnecting)
  • ISL Pronto¬†(indicates the number of clients, supporters and chats)
  • Service usage (shows current service usage per product / component)
  • Socket count (shows current socket statistics - max_fds, open_fds, objects, in_pool)

You can select the desired server and perform one of the following actions (if you do not use GRID, options two and three do not have an effect):

  • Restart selected
  • Reconnect selected in GRID
  • Disconnect selected from GRID

Note: Restart selected restarts only the ISL Conference Proxy program, not your physical server.

Tags: isl conference proxy, settings, activity monitor, servers, server information

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