App Server Health Monitor
  • 19 Dec 2023
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App Server Health Monitor

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Article summary


The App Server Health Monitor, or HealthCheckprovides a summary of overall platform health.  

HealthCheck Page Link
  • Self-hosted example - https://{domainname}:8081/home/healthcheck
  • IIS host example - https://{domainname}/virtualdirectory/home/healthcheck
  • ECS - Users need to run CMD-SHELL to perform an ECS Health Check. For more information, refer to Health Check for ECS.
Multi-Tenant Environment
  • [PortalBaseURL]/[Instance]/home/healthcheck
File Location
  • C:\Program Files\Decisions\Decisions Server\wwwroot\Scripts\HealthCheck

Viewing this Page with Self-hosting and IIS hosting configurations does not require an active login; this is particularly useful for SSO environments and external application node pings. 

HealthCheck Details

Beneath the Server Name, note the various sections with corresponding actions described in the table below:

SectionAction or Expected ValueDescription
Decisions Servervalue: OKDisplays app server health status
Memory Detailsaction: Try to Load Memory DetailDisplays platform memory usage (DB, Server)
Database Detailsaction: Try to Load DB DetailDisplays table names, row counts, and size in MB - helpful if needing to free up space
FileSystem Detailsaction: Try to Load FS DetailDisplays File Storage info (free space)
Web Server Details

Application Indentity is Null
64 Bit = True (or False)
OSVersion = Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0
.NET Version = 3.1.8
Auth Mode =

Displays .NET and Windows OS info
Static ContentThe word bold should be boldConfirms static content (install option)
Dynamic Content1 + 2 = 3Confirms dynamic content (install option)
Diagnostic action: Simulate OutageSpecifies simulated outage duration (Health Check returns 550 error webpage)

For further information on Administration, visit the Decisions Forum.

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