The Kubernetes chart consists of 3 main sections:
In the right corner you can switch between Projects with Kubernetes.
Lists Nodes by Name and shows status of Disk, Memory, PIDs and Ready (Status of the Node).
Status: not wokring
For every Pod (characterized by Pod Name) is listed its Namespace, Node, Restart Count, Age and Status.
If the status is failed, you can check the pod in Kubernetes section – use the link in Nodes – Metadata Name or Pods – Pod Name.
For more information see Projects – Kubernetes.
Project Resource Allocation #
In this section you can see how the usage of CPUs, RAM and Disk Size are divided between the individual projects. The last column Total shows the sum of all projects for CPU, RAM or Disk Size. You can also sort CPU, RAM and Disk Size by Usage or Limit (if there is any).
The pie charts shows percentage of usage of each project:
Green – small usage
Yellow – normal usage
Orange – higher usage
Red – full usage
Recent Events #
Lists 10 events from the latest. Green ones are successful events, red ones are failed. The update button is in the right corner.
If there is a real-time change, you are notified through Notifications
Whenever user makes a change (create project, add backup, delete project etc.) you are notified via bellat the top of a page.
The colors indicate:
- green – successful action
- red – failed action
The notification contains a brief message on a specific project and bellow the message is time of the change. After clicking Show Project you will access the project in which the change was made.
As the name suggests: Mark as Read and Dismiss all.
See all notification
After clicking See all notification you are redirected to Audit Log.