Monitor Datahub Connectors Health

You can use the Datahub(s) Connectors Health Dashboard to review statistical information on the health of the datahubs and their connectors installed on the Tetra Data Platform (TDP).

To access and view the Datahub(s) Connectors Health Dashboard:

  1. Log in to TDP using an Administrator user account.
  2. In the Tetra Data Platform, click the Hamburger icon at the top left corner of the page to expand the TDP menu options (or hover over the list of icons to display the menu options).
  3. Select Health Monitoring from the list of menu options that appears on the left side of the page.
  4. From the Health Monitoring page, click the Datahub(s) Connectors tab to view the Datahub(s) Connectors Health Dashboard:
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Datahub(s) Connectors Health Dashboard

The aggregate status of Healthy, Unhealthy, and Critical datahubs and their associated connectors display as graphics at the top of the page. A datahub and their associated connectors may exist in these possible states:

State

DataHub or DataHub Connector

Event

Healthy

A Datahub is in a Healthy state when:

  • Online: The last status received was 3 or less minutes ago.
  • Environment: Percentage of disk space used, the percentage of memory used, and/or CPU usage is less than or equal to 80%.

Datahub Connector is in a Healthy state when:

  • Online: The last status received was 3 or less minutes ago.
  • Environment: Percentage of memory used is less than or equal to 80%.

Unhealthy

A Datahub is in an Unhealthy state when:

  • Online: A status has not been received in greater than 3 but less than 5 minutes.
  • Environment: Percentage of disk space used, the percentage of memory used, and/or CPU usage is greater than 80% but less than or equal to 90%.

A Datahub Connector is in an Unhealthy state when:

  • Online: A status has not been received in more than 3 minutes but less than or equal to 5 minutes.
  • Environment: Memory usage is greater than 80% but less than or equal to 90% for the past 5 contiguous minutes.

Critical

A Datahub is in a Critical state when:

  • Online: The status has not been received for more than 5 minutes.
  • Environment: Percentage of disk space used, the percentage of memory used, and/or CPU usage is greater than 90%.

A Datahub Connector is in a Critical state when:

  • Online: A status has not been received in the past 5 minutes.
  • Environment: Percentage of memory used is greater than 90% for the past 5 contiguous minutes.
  • To search for a component name, you can enter all (or a portion) of the Datahub's name or unique identifier (UID) in the Search box.
  • To apply a filter by status, you can also select All, Critical, Unhealthy, or Healthy next to the Search box.

This table describes the health details for the individual Datahub or Datahub Connector:

Field

Description

Health

Displays the status for the Datahub(s) and their connectors. By default, all status types display on this dashboard.

Name

Name of the Datahub and connector(s) (and their representative icons)

You can hover over the Datahub name to review these details:

  • CPU
  • Memory
  • Disk Usage
  • IP Address
  • OS
  • Last Contact (in days)

You can hover over the connector name to review these details:

  • Memory
  • Last Contact (in days)

To sort the list of Datahubs by name, click the arrow next to Name at the top of the column. You can sort items alphabetically, or in reverse order.

To copy the unique ID for the component instance, you can click the copy file icon.

Latest Status

When the latest status (Date/Time format) was assigned. To review a component's status history, click the View History link below the status.

Health Description

Explains why the component has been assigned the critical state. By default, only one issue is shown. If there is more than one issue, then a link displays (for example, +1 More) indicating there are additional issues to review.

Go To Datahub
Go To Connector

Provides a link you can click to review the configuration details for the particular Datahub or connector.


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