From the Monitoring screen, you can review the status and health of various RadiantOne components for each server. This guide provides an overview of the Monitoring section in Environment Operations Center and its features.
[!warning] Monitoring is a crucial step in maintaining the health of RadiantOne and it is recommended that you monitor these components on a regular basis.
To navigate to the Monitoring screen, select Monitoring ( ) from the left navigation.
Monitor an environment
To generate monitoring metrics, an environment and at least one node must be selected.
To set the environment, select an environment from the Environment dropdown.
Select at least one node from the Node dropdown.
If you would like to monitor more than one node, continue selecting all required nodes and then collapse the Node dropdown. The monitoring dashboard will update to display the component metrics for all nodes selected.
To remove a node, select the "X" associated with the node name.
Filter data by time range
You can filter monitoring data by time range, allowing you to narrow down the targeted data to a specific time frame.
To filter by time, select a range from the Time Range dropdown.
The monitoring dashboard displays several node component metrics, allowing you to monitor the health of RadiantOne servers.
Component metrics displayed include:
Current CPU usage of the machine hosting RadiantOne.
JVM memory used.
Current disk usage of the drive on the machine hosting RadiantOne.
Current version of RadiantOne installed on the node.
Details about the server you connected to.
The number of connections in a pool organized by anonymous, digest, and simple.
Time elapsed since the server started.
How many operations have ben performed on the connection.
The live number of concurrent connections to RadiantOne FID.
The type and number of operations performed.
Peak statistics for various components, such as CPU, Connections, Memory, and Disk.
A line graph that charts CPU usage over time.
A line graph that charts RAM usage over time.
After reading this guide you should have an understanding of how to generate metrics to monitor environment nodes. For details on reviewing RadiantOne operation and activity reports, see the reporting guide.