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Server status


In the lower right hand corner there is a cogwheel menu with these controls:

Control Effect
Delete database & Schema Reset database and schema to those of a fresh installation.
Delete database Reset database to that of a fresh installation.
Reindex Remove current Elasticsearch index and generate it anew.
Restart Server Restart easydb, re-reading yml-configuration.
Start custom data update Start the Custom-Data-Updater, e.g. “custom-data-type-gazetteer”.
Build suggest index Remove the current suggest index and generate it anew.

Note: The first two controls will destroy data. Only use them when this is definitely intended. By default they are disabled and have to be manually enabled in the YAML-Configuration. Please refer to the examples showing how to enable them: Deletion or Reindexing.


General information

Number of CPUs

CPU Usage

Shows CPU usage and times for user and system, as well as idle time and usage

Memory (RAM)

Shows the memory usage of the system

Swap Memory

Shows the swap memory usage of the system

Partitions and Disk Usage

Shows the disk usage and the partitions on the system


Overview of processes and current jobs of the index.

easydb AssetServer (EAS)

Overview of the status of the asset server.


Supervisor version status


Data Overview

Object Types

List of objecttypes in the system and how many objects of this objecttype exist. Ordered by the number of objects.


List of assets in the system. Grouped by fileclass, MIME type and extension and ordered by number of assets of this group.


List of configured database languages, frontend languages and autocompletion (suggest) languages, that are currently activated in the base configuration.

Logins / search requests over time

Accumulated number of login and search events over the last hour, the last 24 hours, the last week and the last month. Please note that each time period also includes all events in the shorter periods.

These events can only be counted if logging of these event types has been activated in the base configuration!


Overview of general information about the status of the ElasticSearch, such as the server URL, index name, cluster name, cluster status, and connection error.

Server Configuration

This overview shows the complete system configuration. The Configuration is grouped by the subnodes of system.