View Server Information (Hybrid)

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The Servers tab in Runtime Manager enables you to view a list of the servers, server groups, clusters, and API gateways in an environment. From this tab, you can also perform actions on these components.

  1. From Anypoint Platform, select Runtime Manager.

  2. Click the Servers tab.

    Runtime Manager displays a list of servers, which includes the following information:


    Displays the name of the server, API gateway, server group, or cluster.


    Displays the current status.


    Indicates whether the component is a Mule server, API gateway, server group, or cluster.


    Displays the version of API gateway or Mule.

  3. Click the Type column to view additional properties and actions in the details pane.

  4. Click the name of the component to view its dashboard.

Details Pane

The details pane includes:

  • Status of the component

  • Mule or API gateway version

  • Runtime Manager agent version

  • Manage Server, Manage Group, or Manage Cluster button, which takes you to the Settings page

  • View Dashboard button, which takes you to the server’s dashboard page

    To view the dashboard for a server in a server group or cluster, click the server name in the details pane.

  • For clusters, the type (unicast or multicast)

The tabs in the bottom provide more detail:

  • Server groups and clusters display the list of servers and their statuses

  • The applications running and the status of each

  • Any plugins, such as Splunk and ELK

*Applications* tab
Figure 1. The screen shows the Applications tab, servers list, and Plugins tab.

Server Dashboard

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The server dashboard provides detailed performance metrics, including heap memory and CPU performance:

*Heap Memory* graph
Figure 2. The screen shows the Heap Memory graph, applications list, and CPU graph.

This dashboard also provides the following information:

  • A list of applications deployed to the server

  • The status of each application

  • Mule messages for each application

  • Error messages for each application

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