Intellicus Enterprise Reporting and Business Insights 19.1

Load Balancer page on Portal

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When Intellicus deployed in a cluster is up and running, all further changes can be made in the environment from the Cluster page on Portal.

To get the Cluster page, click Administration menu pad > Configure option > Cluster tab.


Figure 47: Cluster page on Portal

Use this page to Configure

  • Cluster nodes (Report Servers)
  • Load Balancers
  • Settings

The information being set here is updated in the respective files on all cluster nodes, load balancers and client machines at a regular interval.

Cluster Nodes (Report Servers)

You can do following activities related to report servers:

  • Add a server
  • Remove a server
  • Change server properties

Adding a server

  1. Click   icon appearing on the right side of the tab header.
  2. Specify values in the empty row that is added at the end of the list.
  3. Click Save button to save the information.


Figure 48: Adding a server in cluster
Details on Report Servers tab

  • Report Servers: IP of the server.
  • Port: Port at which the server is running.
  • Task Priority: Set a value among High, Medium and Low.
  • Task Type: In present version of Intellicus is it set at ALL and cannot be changed.
  • Weightage: A positive integer indicating the number of tasks (out of all the requests) that should be allocated to this server.
  • %: Weightage is auto-converted into percent and placed here.
  • Status: A red icon indicates that that the server is presently down. A green icon indicates that the server is presently up.
  • Remove: Click the button to remove this server.

Changing properties of server
To change any of the information, replace the existing values with new values for a server and click Save button.
Removing a server

  1. Click  the button on respective server row.
  2. To proceed with the deletion, click OK.
  3. Click Save.

Selected server is removed.

Load Balancers

You can do following activities related to load balancers:

  • Add a load balancer
  • Remove a load balancer
  • Change load balancer properties

Adding a load balancer

  1. Click icon appearing on the right side of the tab header.
  2. Specify values in the empty row that is added at the end of the list.
  3. Click Save button to save the information.


Figure 49: Adding a Load Balancer
Details on Load Balancer tab

  • Load Balancer: IP of load balancer.
  • Port: Port at which the load balancer is running.
  • Status: A red icon indicates that that the load balancer is presently down. A green icon indicates that the load balancer is presently up.
  • Remove: Click the button to remove this load balancer.

Changing properties of load balancer
To change any of the information, replace the existing values with new values for a load balancer and click Save button.
Deleting load balancer

  1. Click  the button on respective load balancer row.
  2. To proceed with the deletion, click OK.
  3. Click Save.

Selected load balancer is removed.

Settings

These settings are applicable to all Load balancers and Cluster nodes.  The values set here decides the way load balancing will take place in this deployment.


Figure 50: Settings on Cluster page
Details on Settings tab

  • Server Health Refresh Rate: The time interval after which primary load balancer will check if all the servers are in running state or not and the load that they are handling.
  • Load Balancer Refresh Rate: The time interval after which load balancer will check if all the load balancers are up or not.
  • Servers: At: Check this check box and select Exact Priority to allocate tasks set for respective server. Select Upto Priority to allocate tasks set for the set category and higher.
  • Weightage: Use: Select this checkbox and select Specified Weight Only to allocate tasks as per set weightage. Select Server Health Only to allocate tasks based on server health (actual load on respective server).
  • Allocation: Select the way tasks should be allocated to servers. Select Random to allocate tasks as per random logic.  Select Round robin scheduling to allocate tasks one by one to servers.

After making changes click Save button to save the changes.