Global Cluster Monitoring
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Article Summary

Click the Global Cluster Monitoring option in the Dashboards List to display global information about the CTERA Portal.
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Global Cluster Monitoring enables you to monitor the following:

  • The number of days the CTERA Portal has been running.
  • The general health of the server. The heartbeat is generated by the server every few seconds to indicate the operational status of the server.
  • The disk, CPU and RAM usage.
    The color of the usage dials and percentages also indicates the health status. When there is a problem the color changes from green, symbolizing a healthy status to red, symbolizing a problem.
  • The number devices connected to the CTERA Portal.
  • The number devices registered to the CTERA Portal but not connected.
  • The storage nodes attached to the CTERA Portal, with the type of storage and the storage node status.
    Click the filter icon in the column name to display the table filtered by a column value.

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