Host Details View

The Host Details view provides information about a host, as shown in the following figure.

Host Details view

The options panel on the left displays the host and the services installed on the host. You can click on a host or service to view the statistics and other pertinent information for that host or service.

The Details panel displays information that is specific to the host and provides additional information regarding the hardware of the host.

For the related procedure, see Monitor Service Details

The top section displays the current performance, capacity, and historical statistics for the host.

Parameter Description
Host Hostname.
CPU Current CPU usage of the host.
Running Since Time when the host was started.
Current Time Current time on the host
Uptime Time for which the host has been active.
System Info OS version installed on the host.
Memory Utilization Percentage of memory utilized by the host.
Used Memory Memory used in GB.
Total Memory Capacity of the memory installed on the system.
Cached Memory Memory that is cached to disk in GB.
Swap Utilization Percentage of system swap in use.
Used Swap Swap used in GB.
Total Swap Capacity of the swap installed on the system.

The lower section displays the current generic statistics for the host in the tabs described in the following table.

Tab Description

Physical Drive

Type of physical drive, its usage and additional information of the physical drive on the host.

Logical Drive

Logical drive on the host.

File System

File system information, the size, current usage, and available capacity on the host.

Adapter

Adapter used on the host.

Message Bus

Publish In Rate - rate at which incoming messages are published to the message bus queue.
Total Messages Queued - number of messages in the message queue.
Memory Used - amount of memory used by the message bus (in bytes).
Disk Free - free disk space available for the message bus (in bytes).
Memory Limit - system memory limit. If the memory usage exceeds this value, this trips the Memory Alarm and NetWitness Platform stops accepting messages.
Disk Free Limit - limit of free disk space available for the message bus. If the available disk space falls below this value, this trips the Disk Free Alarm and NetWitness Platform stops accepting messages.
Memory Limit Available - Amount of memory available to this message broker (in bytes) before the Memory Used Alarm is tripped.
Disk Limit Available - Amount of free disk space available to this message broker (in bytes) before the Disk Free Limit alarm is tripped.
Disk Free Alarm - True or False. True indicates that the available disk space is below the value set in Disk Free Limit and NetWitness Platform has stopped accepting messages.
Memory Alarm - True or False. True indicates that the available memory is below the value set in Memory Limit and NetWitness Platform has stopped accepting messages.