Health Monitoring per Server
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Click the Health Monitoring per Server option in the Dashboards List to display information about each server in the CTERA Portal.
Select the server from the Server drop-down.
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Health Monitoring per Server provides you with information for the server in the following sections:

Server

Server provides you with an data analytics for a specific server.
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If necessary, scroll down to see the rest of the Server section:
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The Server section is per selected server and enables you to monitor the overall status of the server.

  • Uptime – The length of time the server has been running.
  • Application Server Status – Whether the Tomcat application server is up or not.
  • Cores – The number of cores for the server.
  • Disk – The number of cores for the server.
    The color of the dial and percentage also indicates the health status. When there is a problem the color changes from green, symbolizing a healthy status, through orange, a warning, to red, symbolizing a problem.
  • CPU – The number of cores for the server.
    The color of the dial and percentage also indicates the health status. When there is a problem the color changes from green, symbolizing a healthy status, through orange, a warning, to red, symbolizing a problem.
  • RAM – A pie chart showing the RAM available for the server and the RAM being used. Hovering the mouse over the view enables you to accurately display the free and used memory.
  • Root Partition – A pie chart showing the free and used storage for the server operating system. Hovering the mouse over the view enables you to accurately display the free and used storage.
  • DataPool – A pie chart showing the free and used storage for the portal main database. Hovering the mouse over the view enables you to accurately display the free and used storage.
  • ArchivePool – A pie chart showing the free and used storage for the portal secondary database. This information is only displayed for a replication server. Hovering the mouse over the view enables you to accurately display the free and used storage.
  • Memory Consumption – The memory consumption over time for the selected server. The table shows the average memory consumption over time and the current consumption. Click the down arrow displayed to the right of the title when you hover the mouse over the title and then View, to display a larger view of the graph.
    Hover the mouse over a section in the graph to display the information for that point-in-time. Click the color in the table for an option to change the color for that option.
  • CPU usage – The CPU usage over time for the selected server for iowait, system, and user. The table shows the average usage over time and the current usage. Click the down arrow displayed to the right of the title when you hover the mouse over the title and then View, to display a larger view of the graph.
    Click on iowait, system, or user in the table to remove or add back the option, to display the information with or without the other options. Hover the mouse over a section in the graph to display the information for that point-in-time. Click the color in the table for an option to change the color for that option.
  • JVM Memory Monitoring – The JVM memory consumption over time for the selected server. The table shows the average JVM memory consumption over time and the current consumption. Click the down arrow displayed to the right of the title when you hover the mouse over the title and then View, to display a larger view of the graph.
    Hover the mouse over a section in the graph to display the information for that point-in-time. Click the color in the table for an option to change the color for that option.

Network

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The Network section enables you to monitor network traffic, errors and dropped connections.

The network traffic is displayed in the following graphs:

  • Network traffic – Inbound and outbound external traffic over time for the selected server. The table shows the average traffic over time and the current traffic. Click the down arrow displayed to the right of the title when you hover the mouse over the title and then View, to display a larger view of the graph.
    Click on outbound or inbound in the table to remove or add back the option, to display the information with or without the option. Hover the mouse over a section in the graph to display the information for that point-in-time. Click the color in the table for an option to change the color for that option.
  • Network errors/drops – External networking errors and dropped connections over time for the selected server. The table shows the inbound and outbound average number of errors and dropped connections. Click the down arrow displayed to the right of the title when you hover the mouse over the title and then View, to display a larger view of the graph.
    Click on inbound errors, inbound dropped, outbound errors, or outbound dropped in the table to remove or add back the option, to display the information with or without the option. Hover the mouse over a section in the graph to display the information for that point-in-time. Click the color in the table for an option to change the color for that option.

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