Monitoring Availability Data for HPE NonStop

A number of pre-packaged Displays that show collected Availability data. The Availability Central Display can be accessed from the NonStop Server Overview Display by clicking on the Availability link in the Server Navigation window.

Availability data is provided on this Display through the following windows;

Component Currently Down

This table shows a list of components that are currently in a 'Down' state together with a selection of availability statistics for each.

Node

Server name

Device

Device name

Down

The actual number of objects that are 'down'.

Up

The actual number of objects that are running.

Desc

Description of the object.

Change Time

The time when the last change of state occurred, i.e. from 'Up' to 'Down' or vice versa.

Day % Up

Percentage of time that the object was 'Up' over the last day.

Hour % Up

Percentage of time that the object was 'Up' over the last 60 minutes. This is refreshed every 10 minutes.

Day Changes

The number of changes of state over the last day.

Numbers Up/Down by Type

Entity TypeType of entity. e.g. CPU, Disk, IPB Bus etc.
DownThe number of objects that are currently in a 'Down' state for each entity type.
UpThe number of objects that are currently running for each entity type.

Average Availability by Type for Last Day

This graph shows the average availability over the last day for each monitored entity type.

The CPU, Process, Disk, Tape, LAN, X25, SNA, TCP/IP, Expand and Email links at the top of the Display will open further Displays with detailed information for the selected entity type.

The Service Levels link will open the Current Service Levels Display which shows information about all currently configured service level schedules.

The Reports link will open the Availability Reports Central Display which shows a range of availability data for all monitored entities.

System entities are enabled for availability monitoring by setting up the required Configuration for Availability Monitoring.
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