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  1. Preface
  2. Monitoring jobs
  3. Monitoring Data Integration jobs
  4. Data Integration job log files
  5. Monitoring Mass Ingestion jobs
  6. Monitoring Data Accelerator for Azure jobs
  7. Monitoring Data Profiling jobs
  8. Monitoring imports and exports
  9. Monitoring file transfer jobs
  10. Monitoring elastic clusters
  11. Monitoring source control logs

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Monitor

Monitoring all clusters

Monitoring all clusters

You can monitor all of the
elastic clusters
in your organization on the
Elastic Clusters
page.
Use the
Elastic Clusters
page to view all of the
elastic clusters
that are available to run
elastic jobs
. For clusters that are currently running, use the page to view a summary of the resource consumption on the cloud platform.
To monitor clusters on the
Elastic Clusters
page, you need the Admin or Designer role. Users with either of these roles can monitor all clusters in an organization. You can also create a custom role and assign the privilege to read
elastic configurations
to the role.
The following image shows the
Elastic Clusters
page:
In this image, the Elastic Clusters page lists the elastic clusters for the organization. By default, the page lists the cluster name, status, start time, stop time, elastic configuration, number of running nodes, and runtime environment. The status message at the top of the page indicates that the information on the page is up-to-date.
  1. Status message that indicates whether information on the page is up-to-date or needs to be refreshed
  2. Refresh icon
  3. Stop icon
The name of each
elastic cluster
appears in the following format:
<
elastic configuration
>-<runtime environment>
The status message at the top of the page indicates whether the information on the page is up-to-date. If the information is out-of-date, the status message displays "Updates Available." To refresh the page, click the "Updates Available" message or the
Refresh
icon.
Information can become out-of-date when the state of a cluster changes, such as when you run an
elastic job
to start a cluster or the cluster is scaled up to increase the number of worker nodes.
If a cluster is running, you can stop the cluster by clicking the
Stop
icon. To stop a cluster, you need at least the update privilege for
elastic configurations
.
You can drill down on a cluster instance to view additional details. To drill down on a cluster instance, click the cluster instance name. You can also drill down directly to the
elastic configuration
that is used to create the cluster instance. To drill down on the configuration, click the configuration name.


Updated August 03, 2020