Dashboard Health Wall

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The Health wall displays information on the Snaplex instances available and the Pipeline run history.

Snaplex Health

In the Snaplex Health wall, the different icons indicate whether the Snaplexes and their individual nodes are up or down:

IconSnaplex / node status

Up and running

Alert

Not running

Entering maintenance mode

In maintenance mode

Error status

The following icons indicate the type of Snaplex:

IconType of Snaplex

Groundplex or Cloudplex

eXremeplex


The following icon indicate the node's role:

Icon
Node Role
JCC node


FeedMaster node


You can click on a Snaplex to view the following details on the JCC level:

  • Date of creation
  • Version
  • Heartbeat time
  • CPU and JVM Memory usage
  • Any alerts that may be coming from the Snaplex

 

Heartbeat

A heartbeat is a periodic message sent by the Snaplex nodes to the SnapLogic Control Plane indicating the health of the node. The heartbeats are sent every 20 seconds and are used to troubleshoot node issues.

Node Actions

Click the down arrow within the Snaplex dialog for additional node information and node restart option (available only to Org admins). The additional information includes:

  • Total processors
  • Machine memory, JVM memory, and memory used
  • OS architecture, name, and version of the host machine
  • Number of max file descriptors and open file descriptors
  • Number of active threads
  • If a FeedMaster is configured, you will also see:
    • Connected nodes
    • Requests in progress, including the task names and queue sizes.
  • For Groundplex, you can view the URI of the node and the secure URI of the node.
    The secure URI opens a local dashboard for your Groundplex that would be available during maintenance mode or other disconnections and provide information on your Ultra Pipelines in progress.
  • See executing pipelines opens the Pipeline tab in Dashboard, filtered to the selected Snaplex node.
  • Setting Maintenance completes any current jobs on the node and then prevent additional jobs from being run on that node until Undo Maintenance is selected.
  • The Restart option lets you determine whether or not to wait for executing Pipelines to finish.

 

Restarting nodes clears the cache for those nodes. We recommend that you do not restart your nodes while they are still in maintenance mode.


You can also view the status (Recommended, Restricted, and Deprecated) of the Release and Build listed for Version:

For details about Snaplex versions, see Updating a Snaplex.

Pipeline Health

In the Pipeline Health wall, you can view the following information for individual Pipelines:

  • Icons indicating the last run status of the icon
  • Last run details
  • Last run result
  • Number of successful runs
  • Number of failures

Click on an individual Pipeline to view the run history for that Pipeline:

To can stop a Pipeline, click the Pipeline tab, select the target Pipeline, then click .