Deployment Progress


Only global administrators, promotion administrators and promotion users can check the progress of a deployment. More information is available in the Authorization section.

The Solution Manager can show you the evolution of a specific deployment. You can access this information in two different ways:

  • Right after launching a deployment from the Revisions table, a notification appears. Click it.
  • From the Deployments table, click the icon under the column Status.

No matter the method you used, a new tab will open with all the information about that specific deployment.

Progress information about a deployment

Progress information about a deployment

This information consists of a set of tasks that the Solution Manager executes during the deployment. For each task, the following data is available:

  • Its name.

  • The cluster where the task is executed.

  • The server where the task is executed.

  • Its type, which can take one of the following values:

    • SCRIPT_CLUSTER. Execution of the script to disable or enable a cluster in the load balancer.
    • SCRIPT_SERVER. Execution of the script to disable or enable a server in the load balancer.
    • VQL. Execution of the VQL commands of a revision.
    • SCH. Import scheduler metadata.
    • DATACATALOG_SYNC. Data Catalog server metadata synchronization.
    • CACHE. Perform the cache swap in a Virtual DataPort server.
    • ROLLBACK. Execution of rollback operation.
    • BACKUP. Generation of backup data after finishing the current deployment execution.
    • SERVER_DEPLOYMENT. The server was ignored because it was disabled.
    • CLUSTER_DEPLOYMENT. The cluster was ignored because it was disabled.
  • Its start date.

  • Its end date.

  • Its state:

    • deployment_progress_pending Pending.
    • deployment_progress_in_progress In progress.
    • deployment_progress_skipped Skipped. The task was not executed.
    • deployment_progress_ok OK.
    • deployment_progress_error Error.
    • deployment_progress_warning Warning. The task was executed but finished with a warning.
  • Its output. You can check the output produced during the execution of a specific task or the error information, in case it failed. Click the info-btn icon and select the option you want from the emerging menu.

    A new dialog will open with the information you selected.