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FusionInsight HD 6.5.0 Administrator Guide 02

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Overview

Overview

Overview

Log in to FusionInsight Manager, and click Host. A host list is displayed on the host management page.

Host View

On the host management page, you can switch between host view types by clicking the view labels in the upper right corner and filter and search for hosts.

Host List

The host list on the host management page contains all hosts in the cluster, and O&M operations can be performed on these hosts, as shown in Figure 6-1.

Figure 6-1 Host management list

On the host management page, select Host View, and then you can filter the required nodes by choosing a node type from the All Types drop-down list. To obtain the required nodes, refer to the following rules for filtering host node types:

  • A Management Node is the node where the OMS is deployed. Additionally, control roles and data roles may also be deployed on Management Nodes.
  • A Control Node is the node where control roles are deployed. Additionally, data roles may also be deployed on Control Nodes.
  • A Data Node is the node where only data roles are deployed.

If you select the host view, the IP address, rack planning, running status, network traffic, and hardware resource usage of each host are displayed.

Table 6-1 Host running status

Status

Description

Normal

Indicates that the host is in the normal state.

Faulty

Indicates that the host is abnormal.

Unknown

Indicates that the initial status of the host cannot be detected.

Isolated

Indicates that the host is isolated.

If you select the role view, the node type, rack planning, and installed roles of each host are displayed. If a role of a host can be deployed in the active/standby mode, the role name is displayed in bold.

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Updated: 2019-05-17

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