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Node Data Viewer

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For the node selected in the cluster tree area, this display lists the node, node identification, location, and contact information.

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

Click a node in the cluster tree area.

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

  2. Click the attribute in the cluster tree area. Details on attribute status display in the Data Viewer.

Related Procedure

» Clusters - Specifying Node Settings

Related Topics

» Using Default Tools - Cluster Monitor
» Cluster Monitor - Node Fields
» Administering the Software - Clusters