The Connections tab shows information about the physical and logical communications connections.
- The physical connections between client and server systems are managed by processes called routers. The router process that services the client end of a physical connection is a client router. The router process that services the server end is a server router.
- The logical connections between client applications and the Teradata QS server are called sessions. On client and server systems, all sessions to the same remote system are handled by a single router process.
Communications Information Dialog Box: Connections Tab
|Type||Indicates whether the connection is a client or server router process or a logical session.|
|Local Id||The hexadecimal identifier of the router or session on the local system.|
|PID/CSID||PID is the process ID of the main router process for the router types.
CSID is the hexadecimal identifier of the client or server sessions.
|Sock State||The state of the socket connection for the router types.|
|Send Msgs||Indicates whether there are messages ready to send over the session or socket.|
|Shut/Disc||Shut indicates whether there is a shutdown pending for router types.
Disc indicates whether there is a disconnect pending for sessions.
|Pend Msgs||The number of messages waiting for a response on the session.|
|Total Msgs||The total number of messages sent on the session.|