The following is the distinguished name (DN) for the monitor entry.

dn: cn=Direct LDAP Server <baseDN> <host name:ldapPort> <serverID>,cn=monitor
Monitor Attribute Description

replica-id:<serverID>

Replica ID number.

replication-backlog

Number of changes that the replication server has not seen from the server.

missing-changes

Number of missing changes.

approximate-delay

Difference between the time of the last change that the replication server has seen from the LDAP server and the most current timestamp on the latest change on the server.

base-dn

Base DN

ssl-encryption

Flag to indicate if SSL encryption is in use.

protocol-version

Displays the replication protocol version.

generation-id

Generation ID for the base DN on the server.

restricted

Boolean that indicates whether the replication domain is restricted in an Entry Balancing Configuration with the Directory Proxy Server.

ack-sent

Number of acknowledgment messages sent to this replica not currently used.

ack-received

Number of acknowledgment messages received from this replica not currently used.

add-sent

Number of protocol messages with an LDAPAdd sent to this replica.

add-received

Number of protocol messages with an LDAPAdd received from this replica.

delete-sent

Number of protocol messages with an LDAPDelete sent to this replica.

delete-received

Number of protocol messages with an LDAPDelete received from this replica.

done-sent

Number of done messages sent to this replica. A done message indicates an end of an online initialization session.

If the value is non-zero, then this replica has been initialized over the replication protocol.

done-received

Number of done messages received from this replica. A done message indicates an end of online initialization session.

If the value is non-zero, then this replica has completed the initialization of other replicas over the replication protocol.

entry-sent

Number of entry messages sent to this replica. Entry messages carry replicated data to initialize replicas over the replication protocol.

entry-received

Number of entry messages received from this replica. Entry messages carry replicated data to initialize replicas over the replication protocol.

error-sent

Number of error messages sent to this replica.

error-received

Number of error messages received from this replica.

heartbeat-sent

Number of heartbeat messages sent to this replica.

heartbeat-received

Number of heartbeat messages received from this replica.

Note:

The number of messages should always be 0 because the replica never sends a heartbeat message to the server.

initialize-request-sent

Number of initialize-request messages sent to this replica. This message is sent when another replica requested initialization of its data using the replication protocol.

initialize-request-received

Number of initialize-request messages received from this replica. This message is sent when this replica requested initialization of its data using the replication protocol from another replica.

initialize-target-sent

Number of initialize-target messages sent to this replica. This message is sent before another replica has started the initialization of this replica.

initialize-target-received

Number of initialize-target messages received from this replica. This message is sent before this replica starts the initialization of one or more replicas.

ldap-server: <hostname:ldapPort>

The host name and port of the local replication server.

modify-sent

Number of protocol messages with an LDAPModify sent to this replica.

modify-received

Number of protocol messages with an LDAPModify received from this replica.

modify-dn-sent

Number of protocol messages with an LDAPModify DN sent to this replica.

modify-dn-received

Number of protocol messages with an LDAPModify DN received from this replica.

repl-server-start-sent

Number of replication-server-start messages sent to this replica. The Replication Server responds with this message to the start message received from the replica.

Note:

The number of messages should never be more than 1.

repl-server-start-received

Number of replication-server-start messages received from this replica.

Note:

The number of messages should always be 0.

reset-generation-id-sent

Number of reset generation ID messages received from this replica.

reset-generation-id-received

Number of reset generation ID messages sent to this replica.

Note:

The number of messages should always be 0.

server-start-sent

Number of server-start messages sent to this replica.

Note:

The number of messages should always be 0.

server-start-received

Number of server-start messages received from this replica. Server-start is the first message the replica sends after establishing a replication connection.

Note:

The number of messages should never be more than 1.

window-sent

Number of window messages sent to this replica. Window messages are used for cumulative acknowledgment in the replication protocol.

window-received

Number of window messages received from this replica. Window messages are used for cumulative acknowledgment in the replication protocol.

window-probe-sent

Number of window probe messages sent to this replica.

Note:

The number of messages should always be 0.

window-probe-received

Number of window probe messages received from this replica. The replica sends a window probe message to the server if the send window in the replica is closed and the replica is unable to publish updates to the server.

update-sent

Number of changes sent to this server.

update-received

Number of changes received from this server.

internal-connection

Indicates if the replica is in the same process as the replication server.

server-state

Displays the state of the replica. Displays the latest change number that the replica has seen from all the other replicas including itself.

consumed-update-recent-rate

Rate that the connected server is consuming updates sent by this replication server, expressed as the number of updates per second and measured over the last five seconds.

consumed-update-peak-rate

Highest rate that the connected server has consumed updates sent by this replication server, measured over a 5 second period from the start of the replication server.

produced-update-recent-rate

Rate that the connected server has sent updates to this replication server, expressed as the number of updates per second and measured over the last 5 seconds.

produced-update-peak-rate

Highest rate that the connected server has sent updates to this replication server, measured over a 5 second period from the start of the replication server.

max-send-window

Maximum number of changes that can send to the LDAP server before requiring an ACK.

current-send-window

Current number of changes remaining to be sent to the LDAP server before requiring an ACK.

max-rcv-window

Maximum number of changes that can be received by the LDAP server before sending an ACK.

current-rcv-window

Number of changes remaining to be received by the LDAP server before sending an ACK.

degraded

Indicates that the generation ID of the replica does not match the generation ID of the server. When loading data into the topology, this is a temporary state. If this is not a temporary state, the replica has not been initialized.
Note:

The degraded value should be false.