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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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Terminal Inspection

Terminal Inspection

During terminal inspection, eSight can collect health check results of multiple terminals so that O&M personnel can learn about the health status of terminals.

Prerequisites

Context

  • Currently, only CloudLink hard terminals can be inspected, including HUAWEI Bar 500, HUAWEI Board, HUAWEI Box 500, HUAWEI Box 700, and HUAWEI Box 900.
  • eSight supports a maximum of 100 inspection tasks, and a maximum of 10 inspection tasks can be executed concurrently.
  • The number of terminals in each inspection task cannot exceed 1000.
  • A terminal can be added to only one inspection task.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Collaboration Resource from the main menu.
  2. Choose Terminal Device Management > Terminal Inspection from the navigation tree on the left.
  3. Click Add and configure the inspection task information on the page that is displayed.

    1. Enter an inspection task name.

    2. Set the timeout interval of the inspection task.
    3. Click Select Inspection Object. In the dialog box that is displayed, select terminals to be inspected through groups and click OK.
    4. Click OK or Start Inspection.
      • After you click OK, the task enters the To be inspected state. You need to click in the Operation column of the task list to start the task.
      • After you click Start Inspection, the task is directly started and enters the Inspecting state.
        NOTE:
        • If a started inspection task times out, eSight automatically stops the task.
        • Before a started inspection task times out, eSight caches inspection startup commands and delivers the command to offline terminals when they go online.

Follow-up Operations

Task

Operation

Check the inspection task progress

After an inspection task is started, the task progress is displayed in the Progress column.

The task progress is calculated as follows: (Number of successfully inspected terminals + Number of terminals failed to be inspected)/Total number of terminals in the inspection task

Check the inspection task status

You can view the task status in the Status column of the task list.

  • To be inspected: Indicates that a task is not started after being created.
  • Inspecting: Indicates that the task has been started.
  • Inspected: Indicates that the task is executed, stopped due to timeout, or manually stopped.

Check the inspection task result

  1. Click a task in the task list.
  2. Select Display inspection objects below the task list.

    The last inspection result of the task is displayed in the inspection object list.

  3. Check the terminal inspection status
    • To be inspected: Indicates that the inspection task of the terminal is not started after being created, or that the terminal is added to the inspection task after the task is executed.
    • Inspecting: Indicates that the terminal is online and being inspected.
    • Inspection completed: Indicates that the terminal is inspected but the inspection result is not uploaded.
    • Inspected: Indicates that the terminal is inspected and the inspection result is uploaded.
    • Inspection exception: Indicates that the terminal is offline, an exception occurred during inspection, or an exception occurred during inspection result upload.
    • Timeout: Indicates that the inspection task of the terminal is stopped due to timeout.
    • Manual stopping: Indicates that the inspection task is stopped manually before it is executed.
  4. Click in the Operation column to view the terminal inspection details.

Download the inspection result

You can download the inspection result of tasks in Inspected state.

  1. Click in the Operation column.
  2. In the Download Inspection Result File dialog box that is displayed, click on the right of a result file.
  3. Choose Anonymous Download or Non-anonymous Download from the drop-down list box.
  4. Save the inspection result file to the specified directory.
    NOTE:
    • A maximum of 10 latest inspection result files can be saved for an inspection task.
    • If you choose Anonymous Download, some fields in the terminal number in the result file will be replaced by asterisks (*).

      The downloaded file is named in the following format: Inspection task report_Inspection task name_YYYYMMDDhhmmss_anonymous.xlsx. In the format, YYYYMMDDhhmmss indicates the task start time, for example, 20181226144612.

    • If you choose Non-anonymous Download, all terminal numbers in the result file are displayed in plaintext.

      The downloaded file is named in the following format: Inspection task report_Inspection task name_YYYYMMDDhhmmss.xlsx. In the format, YYYYMMDDhhmmss indicates the task start time, for example, 20181226144612.

Modify an inspection task

You can perform the following operations to modify an inspection task in To be inspected or Inspected state:

  1. Click in the Operation column.
  2. On the page that is displayed, modify the timeout interval description, and inspection object of the task.
  3. Click OK.

Stop an inspection task

You can perform the following operations to stop a task in Inspecting state:

  1. Select the task to be stopped.
  2. Click Stop.
  3. In the displayed confirmation dialog box, click Yes.

    After being stopped, the task enters the Inspected state.

    NOTE:

    This operation can only stop the inspection task of online terminals. For offline terminals, the inspection task cannot be manually stopped. In this case, the inspection task can be stopped only upon timeout.

Start an inspection task

You can click in the Operation column of an inspection task in Inspected state to start the task again.

Delete an inspection task

You can perform the following operations to delete an inspection task in To be inspected or Inspected state:

NOTE:

When an inspection task is deleted, inspection result files of the task are also deleted.

  1. Select the task to be deleted.
  2. Click Delete.
  3. In the displayed confirmation dialog box, click Yes.
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Updated: 2019-09-12

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