Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Documentation/Howto/SetupHiveStatistics


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    33== Overview ==
    44This page contains information and instructions on how to setup and run Hive statistics. It is assumed that you have already done all the previous steps described in [[SetupHiveServer]] and read [[SetupHiveSlave]].
    5 Up until now you have a running Hive server where you can schedule tasks, create users and groups, have slaves and administer their timetables. To see what's going on in the system (e.g. how many jobs are waiting, calculating, who does what, is everything running smoothly, and so on), Hive statistics provides a web application which shows what's going on in the system. While normal users can see some general information and information concerning their own jobs, administrators can view more comprehensive information and see what users are doing. This information is also persistent, meaning that deleting a job does not delete it's execution history.
     5Up until now you have a running Hive server where you can schedule tasks, create users and groups, have slaves and administer their timetables. To see what's going on in the system (e.g. how many jobs are waiting, calculating, who does what, is everything running smoothly, and so on), Hive statistics provides this information in the form of a web application. While normal users can see some general information and information concerning their own jobs, administrators can view more comprehensive information and see what users are doing. This information is also persistent, meaning that deleting a job does not delete it's execution history.
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    77The Hive statistics sources can be found in the HeuristicLab 3.3. Services solution in the HeuristicLab.Services.WebApp* projects: