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The Artifactory service page is broken up into two parts:
- The service details.
- Artifactory specific information.
The Storage Summary tab displays information about the number of binaries and the storage volume they occupy. For full details, please refer to Monitoring Storage in the Artifactory documentation.
The Replication tab displays information on all replications in which the selected Artifactory service is involved. If multiple replications are configured for the service, you can filter the list by source or destination repository.
|The replication type (push, multipush, pull).|
|The replication source.|
|The replication source artifact count.|
|The replication destination.|
|The replication destination artifact count.|
|The last replication status.|
|The previous replication run date.|
|The last replication duration time.|
|The next scheduled replication run date.|
|The proxy through which MC accesses the Artifactory instance.|
|Invokes the selected replication immediately irrespective of cron expression specified for it.|
The License tab provides information on the license with which the service is activated.
|The license status.|
|The Artifactory identifier.|
|A hash code of the license.|
|The organization registered as owning the installed license|
|The date at which the license's validity will lapse.|
|Specifies if the license is Pro, Enterprise (HA), or Enterprise+|
The HA tab provides information related to the HA configuration of the Artifactory service.
|The unique Artifactory server name|
|The fully qualified URL of the Artifactory server|
|The last time the server signaled that it is up and running.|
|The current state of the server.|
|The Artifactory node role.|
For more details, please refer to
The Task Summary tab displays information on all running tasks on the selected Artifactory instance. This information can be used for advanced analysis of events or issues that may occur in the selected instance.
The System Info tab displays the full set of system properties and environment variables for the selected Artifactory service.
Viewing Artifactory Service Trends
For information on Mission Control service trends, see Viewing Service Trends.
The Story Summary trend shows the storage and artifact count on Artifactory. You can view storage data according to Storage Size or Growth by moving between the Storage size\Growth slider.
In the example above, you can view the storage usage over the past week for all the repositories. In the right pane you can see the storage % change since last data sampled.and Number of artifacts. The % Growth shows the percentage of change from the selected point on the graph to the last time the data was sampled.
Managing Artifactory Extensions
Mission Control uses extensions to manage an Artifactory service. The following tables lists the extensions that Mission Control pushes when adding a service.
|haClusterDump||REST get information about each node of the cluster|
|httpSsoConfig||REST get/set http sso config||Used by Mission Control scripts and Disater Recovery|
|ldapGroupsConfig||REST CRUD ldap groups config||Used by Mission Control scripts and Disater Recovery|
|ldapSettingsConfig||REST CRUD ldap settings||Used by Mission Control scripts and Disater Recovery|
|pluginsConfig||REST list user plugins and download plugin||Used by Disaster Recovery to sync plugins|
|propertySetsConfig||REST CRUD property sets|
|proxiesConfig||REST CRUD proxies|
|repoLayoutsConfig||REST CRUD repo layouts|
|requestRouting||REST route requests to a specific node in a cluster|
This section describes the possible actions required for services that were added to Mission Control with errors.
|Error Description||Action Required|
|License invalid / duplicate / expired|
The license provided is either invalid, duplicated or has expired. Contact JFrog Sales at email@example.com for an additional license.
|Failed to upload extensions||Update extensions by selecting "Upload Extensions" from the Actions menu in the Single Service page.|
|User is not an admin||Only admin users can set up a connection to a service. Insert service admin credentials.|
|Failed to connect to the service.||Verify the service information or the service credentials.|