The Windows Server Overview Display is used to monitor the operations of an individual server that is running the Microsoft Windows operating system. It provides a summary of operating data which is helpful in determining the status and capacity of the machine.
This Display is accessed from the Servers Display by clicking on a Windows server name. Alternatively, it can be accessed by clicking on a Windows server name in the second (Instance) navigation pane of the Web Application.
The Windows Server Overview Display contains the following windows:
The Server Navigation window contains a list of links that provide access to Displays for the product range. The actual links Displayed in this window will vary depending upon the products that this particular node is licensed for. Clicking on one of these links will open a further Display that will provide data for the selected product. Details about each of these Displays are covered in the Product topics in this User Guide.
This line graph shows the average percentages of the refresh interval time that the CPU was busy. Clicking on the link at the top of this window will open the CPU and Memory Central Display where more detailed CPU utilization data is available.
This line graph shows the amount of memory being utilized on this CPU. Clicking on the link at the top of this window will open the CPU and Memory Central Display where more detailed memory utilization data is available.
This graph shows the percentage of the interval time that the Disk was busy. Clicking on the link at the top of this window will open the Disk Central Display where more detailed Disk data is available.
10 Busiest Processes
This table shows a list of the top 10 busiest processes currently running on this node. It includes the Process ID (PID), the process name (Name), the percentage of the interval time that the CPU was busy with this process (Busy%) and the amount of memory in MB used by the process (Mem). Clicking on an item in the PID column will open the Process Details Display which shows detailed information for the selected PID. Clicking on a process name will open the Process by Name Display which provides detailed information about all instances of the selected process.
This line graph shows the amount of network traffic, in MB per second, being processed by this node. Clicking on the link at the top of this window will open the Network Interface Central Display where more detailed network data is available.
This table shows a list of the last 50 alerts raised for this node. Drilling-down on an ID number will open the associated Problem Details Display Display which will provide further information about the nature of the alert.