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    System Status

    When the System Status icon in the navigation bar on the left side of the Web UI indicates there is an Alert, click the icon to access the System Alerts tab in the System Status window. From the System Alerts tab, you can view and acknowledge alerts. When viewing an alert, the following information is displayed:

    • The time of the incident that triggered the alert.
    • The host system on which the incident occurred.
    • A description of the alert.
    • The value of the alert. This value represents something different for each alert type. The description of the alert tells you what the value means in each case.
    • A check mark icon you can click to acknowledge the alert. Once you acknowledge it, it is no longer displayed by default. To display all alerts, including acknowledged alerts, you can click the Show all alerts link in the System Alerts tab.

      Figure 1: System Status, System Alerts Tab

      System Status, System Alerts Tab

    The RRD: localhost tab lets you to view performance metrics of your installation. This includes information on system health, running services, and the routing table.

    Figure 2: System Status, RRD: localhost

    System Status, RRD: localhost

    The Backend Health tab displays the status of the security engine and any backend servers. While the Services tab lists the status of the running services on the system. You can select the Routing Table tab to view the Kernel IP routing table.

    On hardware systems, a RAID Status tab appears in the System Status window. The following are examples of status information you could see for RAID.

    Figure 3: Raid Status

    Raid Status

    Figure 4: RAID Status-Missing

    RAID Status-Missing

    Published: 2015-02-04