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Cluster Data Viewer

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Cluster Data Viewer
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For the cluster selected in the tree view, the Cluster Information page lists cluster identity, location, and contact information, and links to aggregate data.

This Cluster Information area lists identification, location, and contact information for the cluster. Unless otherwise indicated, all values are entered on the Cluster Monitor - Cluster Settings page (OptionsCluster MonitorCluster Settings). Refer to Clusters - Specifying Cluster Settings for more information.

Some node-level Cluster Monitor Resources summarize information for all the objects they monitor in an entire cluster. Click a link in the Aggregate Cluster Information area to see data for all objects in the cluster on a single page. For more information, refer to Cluster Monitor - Aggregate Data View.

Click a cluster in the cluster tree area.

  1. Expand the cluster entry in the cluster tree area (double-click the cluster name or icon) until you see the node or attribute in which you are interested.

  2. Click the node or attribute in the cluster tree area. Details for the selected item replace the cluster information in the Data Viewer area.

Related Procedures

» Cluster Monitor - Viewing CPU Utilization
» Cluster Monitor - Viewing Disk Capacity

Related Topics

» Using Default Tools - Cluster Monitor
» Cluster Monitor - Cluster Monitor Polling Rate
» Cluster Monitor - Cluster Monitor Resource Thresholds