System status page

The system status page shows you the current state of the system. You can access it by selecting the Settings tab at system level and then the System status option at the bottom of the page. The content refreshes every 10 seconds.

Agent workloads

These are the current events being processed by the asynchronous event system. If the number of events waiting is high then you may need to increase the size of the pool by changing the com.jiglu.agent.workerThreads property in


This is the number of users currently logged in to the system and the number of current active sessions. Because a user may be logged in using more than one device the number of sessions may be different to the number of users.

Processing queues

These are the current queues of waiting or failed incoming messages, outgoing messages and spiders for ingesting external content sources. You can examine the incoming mail queues using MultiTool - see Viewing incoming and outgoing mail queues.

Source spidering

These are the statuses of spiders for ingesting external content sources. More information about why a spider has failed can be found by going to the source in the monitor and then viewing its status.

Asynchronous jobs

These are all the jobs that exist in the system with their current state. You can control individual jobs using MultiTool - see Viewing and controlling jobs.

Active sources

These are sources that are currently retrieving external content, either from feeds or by spidering a web site. Information is included about when the activity began, how many items have been processed and the resulting changes in source items. Here you can also stop a currently-spidering site. If the number of spiders waiting is consistently high then you may need to increase the size of the pool by changing the com.jiglu.external.workerThreads property in

Written by Stephen Hebditch. Published on .
How to view information about the current state of the Jiglu server.