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What options do I have in the top toolbar?

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About top toolbar 

There is one bar displayed for each NonStop Server being monitored. You may stack the bars and click the arrow on the right of the bar to open or close and see the details on that Server. As stated earlier, the color of the bar is based on the current state of monitored metrics. Starting from left, it has the following sections/icons:

    • Name of the NonStop Server is displayed name and the time of the last interval refresh is displayed. Time is derived from the NonStop Server.

 

 

Clock icon (Show Historic Data)
    • In an open window, displays a list of all monitored metrics over the past hour (Historic Data). Where applicable, numbers have links to other windows and details. Given the amount of the data to be displayed, this Window takes longer than usual to display in full.

Show All Process Window
    • This pops up a new window where you see all the processes on the server. Once you click on any process, you can observe the process trend and also view the PSTATE of that process. 

Note that WVP E holds up to one-hour worth of data. Controls displayed on the screen enable you to travel through time based displayed data, and then click for more details.

Add a New Frame
    • This is used to add new frames to the dashboard. First select an Object. NonStop Server Objects, such as CPU or Disk are displayed on a list box. Select whether you would like a Chart or a Table display. If you select Chart, you may need to also select a specific Metric to display.

Cloud icon 
    • Link to connect to Remote Analyst (AWS or on premises – Requires License), where you can see full historical detail and analytics.

  

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