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.
This information consists of a set of tasks that the Solution Manager executes during the deployment. For each task, the following data is available:
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.
PROMOTION_CONFIG. Configures the promotion process so the changes are executed inside a transaction.
VQL_TRANSACTIONAL. Execution of the VQL commands of a revision inside a transaction.
VQL_COMMIT. Confirms the changes performed in the VQL_TRANSACTIONAL task.
VQL_ROLLBACK. Discards the changes performed in the VQL_TRANSACTIONAL task.
SERVER_DEPLOYMENT. The server was ignored because it was disabled.
CLUSTER_DEPLOYMENT. The cluster was ignored because it was disabled.
INITIALIZE_DEPLOYMENT_INSTANCE. Preparation of a new cloud server (Virtual DataPort for VQL changes or Scheduler for scheduler metadata changes) in order to execute the changes included in the revisions.
CLUSTER_REBOOT. Recreation of the corresponding servers of the cluster (Virtual DataPort or Scheduler) after performing the deployment changes.
Its start date.
Its end date.
Skipped. The task was not executed.
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 icon and select the option you want from the emerging menu.
A new dialog will open with the information you selected.