Server Instances

The server instances table allows admins to view and manage which services are part of the cluster deployment. Since the routing application will send requests across the cluster using this table, its critical that it remains current.

Beware: Multi-server deployments are only available with the Enterprise edition. If a multi-server deployment is detected with the Community or Standard editions, the application will stop functioning. In this scenario, use the instances table to remove the irrelevant multi-server nodes.

Managing Server Nodes

  • Click the Caption edit button to change the name of the service node.
  • Click the Address edit button to change the address of the server hosting the service. This can be set to either an IP address of FQDN.
  • Click the Delete button to delete a server node..

To keep the application viable, at least one needs to be operational. The system will NOT allow you to delete any type of node if there is only one in the cluster. In the event you want to remove a node, and you are prevented (as per above), install the second node into the cluster and then return to this panel to remove the alternate.