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Create a dashboard for morning check

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Hi,

Our user want to create a morning check dashboard / report.

They wish to have a status of the monitored nodes (availability, cpu, ram, disk, interface, application). Of course everything have to be green.

Our main issue concern the VM, the status of a virtual node is impacted by the status of the VM, for exemple a Latency on the VM can impact the status of the node however the node is up and the application are up and running

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How can we have a dashboard to display the status of node but without having the status of the VM impacting it. Of course this should not be a global settings rather than that a per device config.

Again the objective is to provide a quick visual dashboard to determine the status of a node and its application.

Cheers

Mathieu

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Are you running platform 2019.2 yet?  They reworked how node statuses work in the latest release (although if you are upgrading there is a button you have to hit to enable the new status logic)

I don't have any VM's breaching thresholds right now to confirm but it looks like they should be impacting the node status with VM stats now.

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Orion Platform 2019.2 - Enhanced Node Status

- Marc Netterfield, Github

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Are you running platform 2019.2 yet?  They reworked how node statuses work in the latest release (although if you are upgrading there is a button you have to hit to enable the new status logic)

I don't have any VM's breaching thresholds right now to confirm but it looks like they should be impacting the node status with VM stats now.

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Orion Platform 2019.2 - Enhanced Node Status

- Marc Netterfield, Github

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Thank you for your answer. I will test this to exclude the VM status for the node.

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You can also check Virtualization Thresholds.

Go to All Settings -> Virtualization Settings -> Thresholds -> search for the VM and edit thresholds.

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Great call. I had looked right passed this and didn't read some of the details enough prior to running the upgrade.

I guess the main challenge for the OP is that it doesn't seem to let you do it on a per node basis.

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For sure a per node basis could be usefull !

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If you're monitoring the node directly you can edit node (where you'd change the polling method, etc) and update the polling thresholds directly:

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If you're only polling it as a VM it looks like you can update CPU, memory and network utilization, but not response time from what I can see.

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