The last section explains how to configure farms, global settings and overall load balancer view. This section will cover overall Zen Server status and configuration.
There is a main view under Manage > Global View where you can see graphs for load, memory, network traffic from the last uptime or global information as number of farms, farms status, etc. On the other hand you can see a historical server status by day in the Monitoring section or for more options click the “More info” icon for historical data by week, by month or by year.
There is a configuration section in Setting > Server where you can configure timeouts, ntp settings, Rsync parameters and GUI bindings.
Managing virtual IPs in the Settings > Interfaces will let you run additional virtual services on those virtual IPs. Here you can take interfaces up or down as well as delete them.
There is a init script in /usr/local/zenloadbalancer/init.d/zenloadbalancer, you can run Zen Load Balancer with “start” parameters or stop the service with “stop” parameters.
There is a init script in /usr/local/zenloadbalancer/init.d/minihttpd, you can run Zen web GUI with “start” parameters or stop the service with “stop” parameters.