Status Panel and Activity Logs

Axle has a status area where standard users can view the current status of a number of events. For example, the current files that are having approx is created. Please note that the system will gather details from the database once a heading like proxies has been selected. So it may take time before details appear. Additionally, if a user manually triggers proxy creation, the system will wait for up to 30 seconds to check the files aren’t growing before it actually starts the proxy creation process. And here we can see the details of the progress. 

In this example, we can see some files which have the processing icon showing Axle working on their proxy files by clicking the proxy tap, the files which are being processed can be seen on the progress of each is also shown. Note here how the system is running two concurrent jobs. This can be changed to run more concurrent jobs on more powerful CPU’s image files, which are being processed will also have similar data. 

Clicking the Archive tab will show the archive status if any files are sent to archive, these will appear in the status list here. When the archive is complete the status will also be seen here. Notice how the archive triangle is also visible for the files. In the user uploads tab, the most recent files that have been uploaded are shown. The AI tab shows a list of the most recent AI jobs. In this example, as this is a demo system there is more than one AI provider shown: Microsoft and Axle Speech. The system also reports if the job is completed correctly and will also show details of any errors if they occur. 

If more information is required, then “Show History” can be selected. This will show all the jobs status details for the system. A user can select a particular tab for more information. The number of process files being listed can also be changed from 10 up to 500. When finished clicking, the actual logo will return the user to their home catalog page. 

Another useful source of information for an administrator is the logs tab in the administration pages. This shows details of who is logged into the system with a list of what tasks were performed.