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Activity

Clicking on it will expand the activity tab which consists of global Alarms, Jobs and Logs. Click once more to collapse the content. If you rolled over the menu icon, you would see a summary counter for every component.

Alarms

Shows aggregated view of alarms raised for all clusters monitored by ClusterControl. Each alarm entry has a header, details on the issue, severity level, category, corresponding cluster name, corresponding host and timestamp. All the alarms listed here are also accessible directly under the individual cluster main menu available at Alarms → Alarms.

Click on the alarm entry itself to see the full details and recommendation. Furthermore, you can click on the Full Alarm Details to see the full information, recommendation and to send out this alarm as an email to the recipients configured under Sidebar → Email Notifications. Click Ignore Alarm to silent the respective alarm from appearing in the list again.

Jobs

Shows aggregated view of jobs that have been initiated and performed by ClusterControl across clusters (e.g., deploying a new cluster, adding an existing cluster, cloning, creating a backup, etc). Each job entry has a job status, a cluster name, which the user started the job and also timestamp. All the jobs listed here are also accessible directly under the individual cluster main menu available at Logs → Jobs.

Click on the job entry itself to see its most recent job messages. Furthermore, you can click on the Full Job Details to see the full job specification and messages. Under the Full Job Details popup, you have the ability to see the full command sent to the controller service for that particular job by clicking on the Expand Job Specs button. Underneath it is the full job messages in descending order (newer first) returned by the controller service. The Copy to clipboard button will copy the content of the job messages to the clipboard.

Note

Starting from v1.6, ClusterControl has better support for parallelism, where you can perform multiple deployments simultaneously.

The job status:

Job status Description
FINISHED The job is successfully executed.
FAILED The job is executed but failed.
RUNNING The job is started and in progress.
ABORTED The job has started but terminated.
DEFINED The job is defined but yet to start.

Logs

Shows aggregated view of ClusterControl logs across clusters. Each log entry has a message subject, severity level, component, the corresponding cluster name and also timestamp.

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