To browse and view the monitoring data regarding the Cloud Failover Appliances (CFAs):
Sign in to your account in the Dashboard.
Go to Disaster Recovery › Appliance Health.
The CFA monitoring page opens.
Information on the page is presented in the table format with the following columns:
|Company||Name of the company the CFA is registered under in the Dashboard|
|Appliance||Name of the CFA|
|CPU||Use of the CFA processor|
|Memory||Use of the CFA memory|
|RAID Usage||Use of the CFA RAID|
|RAID Status||Health status of the CFA RAID|
|Replication||Status of the replication|
By default, the system shows 30 CFA records in the table per page. To browse over the CFAs, use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the page. Also, you can enter a number in the box, and then press Enter to go to the respective page.
|Next||Go to the next page|
|Previous||Go to the previous page|
|Last||Go to the last page|
|First||Go to the first page|
You can sort CFAs in the table in ascending or descending order by:
name of the company (Company),
name of the CFA (Appliance),
use of the CFA processor (CPU),
use of the CFA memory (Memory),
use of the CFA RAID (RAID Usage),
health status of the CFA RAID (RAID Status), or
status of the replication (Replication).
For this, click the name of the corresponding column.
You can filter CFAs in the table by:
partner (Company/Reseller, for distributors only),
company (Company/Reseller, for distributors and partners),
name of the CFA (Appliance), and
indicator of the CFA status (Indicator).
For this, set the desired filters on the toolbar, and then click Apply.
To reset all filters at once, click Clear () next to the filters on the toolbar.
Set scanning interval
By default, the system queries the sensors and updates monitoring data on the page every five seconds. You can change this by setting another scanning interval. For this, click Scanning Interval on the upper right, and select one of the available options: 30 s or 60 s.