An enterprise server instance can have any of the following statuses:
|Stopped||The server is currently not running.|
|Stopping||The server is currently in the process of terminating. This is normally a short-lived status value which should be shortly followed by a change to the value "Stopped".|
|Started||The server is currently running and can respond to client and server requests. At least one communications process is started.|
|Starting||The server is currently in the process of starting. This is normally a short-lived status value which should be shortly followed by a change to the value "Started".|
|Not Responding||The server process was previously marked as "Started", but the server monitor has subsequently not been able to contact it.
There may be some network connection error, or the server itself may have abnormally terminated without first marking itself
If network communications are restored, and the server is still running, and the server monitor is on, then the server will be remarked as "Started" when the server monitor next checks whether the server is active.
The server might have encountered an unrecoverable communications error and the server process remains active, in which case you can shut it down by using Stop Server on the Server Details page.
The server might have encountered an unrecoverable communications error, that is, all the communications processes are inactive or not responding. If this happens, the server process shuts down. You can start it by using Start Server on the Server Details page.
|Invalid||An error has occurred such that it has not been possible to set the status to any other value.|
A CCI Server can only have the status Registered. This status indicates that the Directory Server has been notified that a CCI server has started. When the server stops, it deregisters itself and disappears from the list of servers.