The best way for a TPAM administrator to verify/monitor the health of a TPAM appliance is to navigate to:
/admin | System Status | Settings | System Status.
Here you can see the CPU, RAM, Disk usage and there is also a Graphs tab that shows you various graphs depicting resource usage over time.
Or if required use the CLI command
plink -i "id_dsa.ppk" (certificate from tpam) remotepar@iphostTPAM getstatus -a and -x