# Dashboard¶

NebulaGraph Dashboard consists of three parts: Machine, Service, and Management. This topic will describe them in detail.

## Machine¶

Machine consists of the following parts:

• Overview

You can check the fluctuations of CPU, Memory, Load, Disk, Network In, and Network Out.

• By default, you can view the monitoring data of the maximum of 14 days. You can also select a time range or quickly select latest 1 hour, 6 hours, 12 hours, 1 day, 3 days, 7days, or 14 days.
• By default, you can view the monitoring data of all the instances in clusters. You can select the instances you want to view in the instance box.
• By default, the monitoring information page will not be updated automatically. You can set the update frequency of the monitoring information page globally or click the button to update the page manually.

For details of certain monitoring metrics, you can click the symbol in the upper right corner, or click the monitoring metrics on the left.

• CPU, Memory, Load, Disk, Network

It shows the detailed monitoring data of the machine from the above dimensions. You can set the monitoring time range, instance, update frequency and base line. For details of monitoring metrics, see Monitor parameter.

## Service¶

Service consists of the following parts:

• Overview

You can check the fluctuations of monitoring metrics of various services. You can also switch to the Version page to view the IP addresses and versions of all services.

• By default, you can view the monitoring data of the maximum of 14 days. You can also select a time range or quickly select latest 1 hour, 6 hours, 12 hours, 1 day, 3 days, 7days, or 14 days.
• By default, you can view the monitoring data of all the instances in clusters. You can select the instances you want to view in the instance box.
• By default, the monitoring information page will not be updated automatically. You can set the update frequency of the monitoring information page globally or click the button to update the page manually.

For details of certain monitoring metrics, you can click the symbol in the upper right corner, or click the services on the left.

Note

The overview page of the current Community Edition only supports setting two monitoring metrics for each service. You can adjust it by clicking the Set up button.

• Graph, Meta, Storage

It shows the detailed monitoring data of the above services.

• You can set the monitoring time range, instance, update frequency, period, aggregation and base line. For details of monitoring metrics, see Monitor parameter.
• The Graph service supports a set of space-level metrics. For more information, see Cluster monitoring.
• You can check the status of the current service.

## Management¶

Note

Non-root users can view the service information and the partition information with spatial permissions, but cannot view the configuration and long-term tasks.

Management consists of the following parts:

• Service Info

It shows the basic information of the Storage Service, including the information of the host, the commit ID of versions, the number of leaders, the distribution of partitions, and the distribution of leaders.

• Partition Info

You can check the information of partitions in different graph spaces. The descriptions are as follows.

Parameter Description
Partition ID The ID of the partition.
Leader The IP address and the port of the leader.
Peers The IP addresses and the ports of all the replicas.
Losts The IP addresses and the ports of replicas at fault.
• Config

It shows the configuration of each service. Dashboard does not support online modification of configurations for now. For details, see configurations.

It shows the information of all jobs. Dashboard does not support online management of jobs for now. For details, see job statements.

## Others¶

In the lower left corner of the page, you can:

• Sign out
• Switch between Chinese and English
• View the current Dashboard release
• View the user manual and forum
• Fold the sidebar

Last update: February 1, 2023