Using the Monitoring view
The XL Deploy monitoring view provides an overview of the tasks that are not archived and all the satellites in the system. To access it, expand Monitoring in the left pane and select the type of tasks or satellites you want to monitor:
- Deployment tasks
- Control tasks
A tab for the selected item opens in the center pane.
You can use filters to find and view tasks you are interested in.
By default, Monitoring only shows the tasks that are assigned to you. To see all tasks, click All tasks in the Tasks field of the filters section.
By filtering you can:
- Search Deployment tasks by specifying the package, the environment, or the task ID
- Filter Deployment tasks by selecting the type or the state from a drop down list
- Search Control tasks by specifying the target or the task name
- Filter Control tasks by selecting the state from a drop down list
To hide the filter section on the page, click Hide filters.
To open a task from Monitoring, double-click it. You can only open tasks that are assigned to you.
To assign a task to yourself, select it, click , and select Assign to me. This requires the
task#takeover global permission.
To assign a task to another user, select it, click , and select Assign to user…, and then select the user. This requires the
task#assign global permission.
You can open a task and edit it with one of the following actions: Continue a paused task, Stop, Cancel, Abort, Rollback, or Archive.
The Satellites tab displays a list of all the satellites and satellite groups in the system. To access the Satellites overview, you must have the required permissions.
In the Satellites overview, the Satellites tab displays the state, the version, and the plugin status for all the satellites. You can filter them by satellite name or state. Click on a satellite to open a new tab with the satellite summary details. For more information, see View satellite summary information.
The Satellite groups tab displays the group status and the satellites in each group. You can filter the groups by name or status. Click on a satellite group to open a new tab with the satellite group summary details. For more information, see View satellite group information.
The Workers tab displays a list of all the workers registered with the master instance. To access the Workers overview, you must have the admin global permissions.
In the Workers overview, you can see the list of workers, the connection state, and the number of deployment and control tasks that are assigned to each worker. For more information, see High availability with master-worker setup.