In addition to providing plenty of useful information about your HiveMQ deployment, the HiveMQ Control Center also enables administrative functions. This chapter lists and explains these functions that can be useful to your operations team in a pinch.
To disconnect a client, click on the Disconnect Client button in the right upper corner.
A confirmation dialog opens, providing an option in form of a checkbox that determines, whether or not the last will and testament message for the client will be published upon disconnection. If the client did not set a last will and testament message upon connect, the option is disabled.
It is possible to remove the session of a persistent online/offline client.
By removing the session, all subscriptions, queued messages and session information of the client will be deleted.
When the client is connected, it will be disconnected first and the lwt will be published if available.
To remove the session of a client, click on the Remove Session button in the upper right corner.
The session removal has to be confirmed in a dialog that opens.
This section provides subscriptions management capabilities for this client.
Regular and shared subscriptions can be added after specifying a topic name and quality of service level.
Existing subscriptions are displayed with topic name and quality of service level and can be removed by unsubscribing.
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Administrative actions in the Control Center trigger log entries in the audit log. You can find more details about the audit log here.