Roving Edge Infrastructure Device Monitoring

Describes how to monitor the system health and performance of your Roving Edge Infrastructure devices.

This section describes how to monitor your Roving Edge Infrastructure devices' health and status from the Device Console.

Note

Do not allow your CPU usage to exceed 80%.

Monitoring System Health

The System Health page displays information on your overall Roving Edge Infrastructure environment, including the status of your services, your compute instances, the amount of object storage space, and other service-related information. You can also perform typical tasks here, such as creating an instance or setting up a virtual network. Clicking any of the panels takes you to the appropriate page to get more information or perform a task.

The System Health page appears by default when you first access the Device Console. You can display the System Health page at any time by clicking the Oracle Roving Edge Infrastructure link in the banner at the top of the browser.

Monitoring Roving Edge Devices' Status

Use the monitoring feature to view the status of all your Roving Edge Infrastructure devices collectively. The state of each service is displayed.

  1. Open the navigation menu and select Monitoring.

    Alternately, you can select the System Status icon (System Status Icon) and click View Monitoring Info from System Status panel that appears.

    The Monitoring page appears, displaying the service and feature status of all your Roving Edge Devices in tabular format. The status options for each item are:

    • Available

    • Degraded

    • Unavailable

    • Unknown

Note

Regularly monitor the available storage space for all your Roving Edge Infrastructure devices. The Monitoring page lists the total space consumption amount of the device. Avoid allowing a device's to reach 80% capacity or higher. Plan total storage needs of your Compute, Block Storage and Object Storage service resources in advance to avoid oversubscription problems. Calculate each Boot Volume and Block Volume Maximum size in advance together with expected space consumed by Object Storage.