|The RMI host name or IP address of the admin Server. Server Monitor checks this property value to find and connect to the admin Server. If the admin Server resides in a different computer from Server Monitor, you need to modify the value manually.
|The RMI port number of the admin Server. Server Monitor checks this property value to connect to the admin Server.
|When the property is true, Logi Report Server listens on all network addresses.
For Linux environment, even if httpserver.host.all=true, at most one IP address can be retrieved because of JDK's own reason. To listen on more than one IP address on Linux, or to listen on specific IP addresses instead of all network addresses, you need to set httpserver.host.all=false, and then set the desired IP addresses separated by a blank as the value of httpserver.host.name, for example:
httpserver.host.name=IP1 IP2 IP3
|When httpserver.host.all=false, you can use this property to specify IP addresses that Logi Report Server listens on.
|The maximum number of connections that a standalone server can accept. A standalone server refuses new requests when the number of connections that the server is processing exceeds this number.
|The maximum number of user handlers that Logi Report Server can hold. Server can respond to requests from the client-side simultaneously. The number of the executed requests is in inverse proportion to the speed of the response. The more requests that Server is executing, the slower the speed. To improve the running speed, you can set the maximum number of user handlers to a comparatively small number.
|The maximum number of milliseconds that Server blocks a request from a client-side before refusing it. If there are still no connection handlers free after the maximum number of milliseconds has reached, Server refuses the request back to the client.
|By default, Server monitor displays on the home page the time when you last logged in.
|The path of the property file for configuring logs.
|Set the property to true if you want to enable auto-update of logging configuration changes at runtime. Then any changes to the logging configuration file at runtime automatically take effect after the specified update interval. Otherwise, any changes to the configuration file does not take effect until you restart the Server, as the default behavior.
| Specifies the interval value in milliseconds for when to auto-update logging configuration changes. This property only functions after you set the log.config.update property to true.
|The directives of the HTTP Request/Response header field Cache-Control for caching CSS files.
|no-cache, must-revalidate, max-age=0
|The directives of the HTTP Request/Response header field Cache-Control for caching image files.
|The web entry of Server Monitor. The valid format is
http://<host>:<port>/<context_path>/index.jsp. In a standalone environment, if you did not set the property value, Server Monitor uses
http://localhost:8848/monitor/index.jsp by default, and prompts warning messages to the Console and logging destination. In the integrated environment, if you did not set this property to an explicit value, Server Monitor is not able to construct the default value.
|The port that the JMX HTMLAdaptor listens to. This property depends on the monitor.jmx.htmladaptor.startup property.
|Set the property to true if you want to start up JMX HTMLAdaptor as the default MBean viewer internally. It depends on the monitor.jmx.startup property.
|Set the property to true if you want to start up the JMX monitoring function and construct the Monitoring MBean when launching Server Monitor.
|The number of finished reports to display on the Finished Reports list.
|The time span to display a finished report on the Finished Reports list.
|The time interval for automatically updating the statistics of the current program status.
|The RMI port number of Server Monitor.
|The path of the bin folder that contains the startup file and properties files of Server Monitor.
|The service port number of Server Monitor. You can use this port to access Server Monitor.
|The encoding of Logi Report internal servlets. By default, jrservlet uses the JVM's encoding.
|The path of the property file for configuring the Server Monitor properties.
|The path of the property file for configuring the servlet properties.
|The path of the public_html folder that is the standalone web app folder.