You can define and run searches of captured sessions and then replay the results in the viewer.
To see a summary of the indexes of a server, select the Search Server in the Indexes pane and click Summary.
CX RTV generates an HTML page and displays information about all indexes available on the selected server. This summary displays:
- The number of indexes that exist on that search server
- The number of sessions in each index
- The date range that is covered by each index
- The indexing style (fast or extended)
- The total size in bytes for each index and the sum for all of the indexes
Below the Summary is detail information about the individual indexes currently accessible to the queried Search Server.
Max sessions to return
When you run a widely specified search, you can retrieve many sessions. Downloading all returned items to RTV and displaying them might take a long time and can consume all available memory, so you can use this setting to limit the number of sessions for RTV to display.
- The Max sessions to return setting controls the number of sessions from each search server to be
downloaded. The default is
100sessions.Note: A limit of no more than 10,000 sessions is recommended. When a broad search is run without session limits, the limited available memory of the Search Server can quickly fill, causing the search service thread to crash.
There are two methods to stopping searches: based on session limit and based on time limit.
Based on session limit
When you configure this setting, searches are terminated when the specified number of sessions that match the search query is found.
By default, RTV completes exhaustive searches. Since you can cancel a search and return the sessions found so far, you can retain the default settings in most situations.
Based on time limit
Running an exhaustive search across many indexes can require quite a bit of time. You may want to retrieve and use results before large searches are completed. You can use this setting to terminate searches after a configurable number of seconds.