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If you use Postgres Enterprise Manager (PEM) to monitor your servers, you can configure the Streaming Replication Analysis dashboard (part of the PEM graphical interface) to display the state of a Master or Standby node that is part of a Streaming Replication scenario.The Streaming Replication Analysis Dashboard (shown in Figure 4.1) displays statistical information about activity for any monitored server on which streaming replication is enabled. The dashboard header identifies the status of the monitored server (either Replication Master or Replication Slave), and displays the date and time that the server was last started, the date and time that the page was last updated, and a current count of triggered alerts for the server.When reviewing the dashboard for a Replication Slave (a Standby node), a label at the bottom of the dashboard confirms the status of the server (see Figure 4.2).By default, the PEM replication probes that provide information for the Streaming Replication Analysis dashboard are disabled.To view the Streaming Replication Analysis dashboard for the Master node of a replication scenario, you must enable the following probes:To view the Streaming Replication Analysis dashboard for the Standby node of a replication scenario, you must enable the following probes: