the Dashboard page is used to visualize data collected from two sources:
- Engine DB
- inventory data, rendered as "status cards" (or "cubes" as you
them) located at the top
- Data Warehouse (DWH) DB
- global utilization data, rendered as "utilization cards" (the
"cubes" in the middle) and "heat maps" at the bottom
with Engine server caching both types of data. By default, inventory data
is refreshed every 60sec and the utilization data is refreshed every 5min.
* the errors/warning cube doesn't update so much even after
waiting an hour or 2
The Dashboard page doesn't refresh its data automatically (yet) but there's
a refresh button & "Last Updated" label in the top left corner. As
mentioned above, the top-most status cards should have their (cached) data
updated every 60sec.
* Cluster cube shows "1 cluster" but also "N/A"
even when my cluster is
up with 2 machines (with DNS names).
The "N/A" text shown in Cluster status card simply means that we aren't
tracking status (up/down/etc.) for the Cluster object within the Dashboard.
* The memory calculation is wrong - it still shows 503.5 GB even if 1
node is down for maintenance (which means I need to see something like
This is part of the utilization card, which means it takes its data from
DWH. As Greg wrote, please check your DWH setup
Are you running DWH on Engine machine or on a different machine?
On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 1:09 PM, Hetz Ben Hamo <hetz(a)hetz.biz> wrote:
> Care to share how to check?
> *חץ בן חמו*
> אתם מוזמנים לבקר בבלוג היעוץ <http://linvirtstor.net/>
או בבלוג הפרטי שלי
> On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 2:08 PM, Greg Sheremeta <gshereme(a)redhat.com>
>> It sounds like your dwh database is not updating. Can you check that?
>> On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 5:41 AM Hetz Ben Hamo <hetz(a)hetz.biz> wrote:
>>> Whats up with the oVirt Dashboard? it has few problems:. You can see my
>>> Dashboard here: https://imgur.com/a/n4IWppe
* the errors/warning cube doesn't
update so much even after cleaning and
>>> waiting an hour or 2
* Cluster cube shows "1 cluster"
but also "N/A" even when my cluster is
>>> up with 2 machines
(with DNS names).
* The memory calculation is wrong - it
still shows 503.5 GB even if 1
>>> node is down for maintenance (which
means I need to see something like
>>> Should I open bugs on all of them in 1 bugzilla? if so, on which product?
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