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Appliance Dashboard

The Appliance Dashboard is a preview of the most critical information gathered from all the appliances and other entities in your organization in the Command Center.

You can use the Appliance Dashboard to monitor software and hardware performance from a high level. Many tiles on the dashboard open more detailed reports that you can use to analyze the collected statistics.

Who Can View the Dashboard

The Appliance dashboard is available only for CommCell Administrators and Managed Service Provider (MSP) Administrators in the following environments:

  • Environments that include Commvault HyperScale 1.5 nodes. For users in these environments, the Appliance Dashboard appears as the landing page when the user opens the Command Center.
  • Environments where the Commvault software is installed on a node that is not a Commvault product in the HyperScale storage pool. For users in these environments, the Appliance Dashboard appears as the landing page when the user opens the Command Center.
  • Environments with a mix of both Commvault HyperScale 1.5 nodes and the Commvault software installed on a node that is not a Commvault product. For administrators in these environments, the Appliance dashboard appears as a choice in the list on the Overview Dashboard when the administrator opens the Command Center.

Dashboard Description

The following table describes the tiles on the Appliance Dashboard.

Tile

Description

Environment

The number of nodes in the HyperScale storage pool, the number of servers, the number of VMs, and the number of critical alerts in the CommCell environment.

To view more information for each of the sections on this tile, do the following:

  • To view the Appliances page, click Appliances.
  • To view the Servers page, click Servers.
  • To view the Virtual Machines page, click VMs.
  • To view the Triggered Alerts page, click Critical Alerts.

Needs attention

The number of entities and jobs that are flagged for anomalous behavior.

SLA

The percentage of all client computers that met or missed the service level agreement (SLA) configured for the environment.

Jobs in the last 24 hours

The number of jobs that are running, completed successfully, and failed, and the number of events related to those jobs in the previous 24 hours.

To view more information for each of the sections on this tile, do the following:

  • To view the active jobs, click Running.
  • To view the jobs that completed successfully in the previous 24 hours, click Success.
  • To view the jobs that failed in the previous 24 hours, click Failed.
  • To view the events that occurred in the previous 24 hours, click Events.

Top 5 largest servers

The 5 largest servers in the environment, based on the total application size of every agent on the server.

Appliance hardware information

  • System: The memory usage and CPU usage for all the appliances. To view the Infrastructure Load Report, click System.
    • Memory Usage: The number of nodes in good, warning, or critical status and the amount of used memory compared to the total available memory.
    • CPU Usage: The number of nodes in good, warning, or critical status.
  • Hardware Component: The status of hardware accessories such as the hard disk, cache disk, power supply, fan, and NIC.

    If a hardware component fails, a link appears that displays the number of failed components. To view more information about the failed components, click the link.

    To view the Appliance Hardware Report, click Hardware Component.

Storage pool space

The libraries that are created on HyperScale Appliance nodes, the amount of available and used space, and the date when each library will be full.

Last modified: 9/10/2019 4:13:10 PM