To view in-depth information of each host, user can click Host Dashboard from Host Menu to access a set of easy-to-use tools for data visualization and Item/Trigger controls.
The Host Dashboard contains a few tabs:
- Host Summary
This tab is accessible by clicking the Host Dashboard from the Host Menu, or clicking the Host Summary tab if you already switch to another tab.
Customize Graphs/Item Charts for host
- Click the Customize button.
- Select Graphs and Item charts that you want to highlight in the Host Summary page.
- Click the Save button to save your changes.
- The Host Summary page will refresh automatically to display graphs and item charts you select.
This tab lists all the items with key information for the Host. It groups host items into Enabled / Disabled and Unsupported tables, for you to easily check and control their status.
User can view the history data of the items and enable / disable the items of the Host here.
This tab lists all the triggers with key information for the Host. You can easily check and control their status.
User can enable / disable the trigger of the Host by clicking the enable button in Actions column, or select multiple triggers and do mass enable/disable with button Selected.
This tab provides a dynamic and lively view to the pre-defined graphs of the host.
- You can choose which Graph to view from the drop-down menu.
- You can set the date range by clicking the calendar button.
- You can choose INTERVAL to change data sampling rate from the dropdown menu.
- You can EXPORT data used in the chart in CSV format for you to perform further analysis.
This tab lists all the alerts/issues with key information for the Host.
Alert Information Fields
|01.||Severity||Classification of alerts based on the severity of each Alert|
|02.||Status||Indicate whether the box is online / Offline|
|03.||Last Change||The timestamp of the last change to the Host|
|04.||Age||The time length since the alert was recorded|
|05.||Description||Explanation of the fault|
Ex: ‘Device Down‘, ‘Device restarted‘ , ‘Log space reached‘, ‘Ram reached %‘ etc.