Jelastic PaaS can automatically optimize platform performance by putting inactive environments into hibernation, allowing to release its resources (except the disk space) back to the cluster. Such “sleeping” environments can be manually awakened via the dashboard/JCA or automatically (in a few seconds) upon receiving an incoming request.
- sleep.after.inactive.hours - interval (hours) before hibernating inactive environments (0 to disable)
- sleep.stop.after.hours - interval (hours) before stopping the hibernated environment (-1 to disable, 0 for immediate stop)
State the dates you are interested in (Start and End Date) and click Refresh in the tools panel. The following information is provided:
- Start and End Period - the specified time range divided into per hour intervals
- Envs with HTTP Requests - counter of active environments that received at least one HTTP request
- Envs Mentioned In API Calls - counter of environments requested via API methods at least once
- New Active Envs - counter of newly created environments
- Inactive Trial Envs - counter of environments within the trial accounts without any requests received
- Inactive Billing Envs - counter of environments within the billing accounts without any requests received
Duration - a time between Start and End Period values (i.e. interval)
Note: Records with zero value in any column are highlighted in red.