Node Based Metric Information of one Cluster
Nodes View

Nodes View. This example shows the last two hours of the ‘clock’ metric of eight nodes. Node ‘f0147’ of the ‘main’ partition has an average below the configured ‘alert’ threshold, and is colored in red.

The nodes view, or systems view, is always called in respect to one specified cluster. It displays the current state of all nodes in that cluster in respect to one selected metric, rendered in form of metric plots, and independent of job meta data, i.e. without consideration for job start and end timestamps.

Selection Bar

Nodes View

Selections regarding the display, and update, of the plots rendered in the node table can be performed here:

  • (Periodic) Reload: Force reload of fresh data from the backend or set a periodic reload in specified intervals
    • 30 Seconds, 60 Seconds, 120 Seconds, 5 Minutes
  • Displayed Time: Select the timeframe to be rendered in the node table
    • Custom: Select timestamp from and to in which the data should be fetched. It is possible to select date and time.
    • 15 Minutes, 30 Minutes, 1 Hour, 2 Hours, 4 Hours, 12 Hours, 24 Hours
  • Metric:: Select the metric to be fetched for all nodes. If no data can be fetched, messages are displayed per node.
  • Find Node:: Filter the node table by hostname. Partial queries are possible.

Node Table

Nodes (hosts) are ordered alphanumerically in this table, rendering the selected metric in the selected timeframe.

Each heading links to the singular node view of the respective host.