Dashboard

Using the Dashboard

The dashboard is the home page of the DC/OS web interface. It provides an overview of your DC/OS cluster.

Dashboard

Figure 1 - Dashboard

Figure 1 - Dashboard

Figure 1 - Dashboard tab

From the dashboard you can easily monitor the health of your cluster.

  • The CPU Allocation panel displays a graph of the current percentage of available general compute units that are being used by your cluster.

  • The Memory Allocation panel displays a graph of the current percentage of available memory that is being used by your cluster.

  • The Disk Allocation panel displays a graph of the current percentage of available disk space that is being used by your cluster.

  • The Services Health panel displays an overview of the health of your services. Each service displays a health check, run at intervals. This indicator shows the current status according to that health check. A maximum of 5 services are displayed, sorted by priority of the most unhealthy. You can click the View All <number> Services button for detailed information and a complete list of your services.

  • The Tasks panel displays the current number of tasks that are staged and running.

  • The Component Health panel displays an overview of the health of your component. Each component provides a health check, run at intervals. This indicator shows the current status according to that health check. A maximum of 5 components are displayed, sorted by priority of the most unhealthy. You can click the View All <number> Components button for detailed information and a complete list of your components.

  • The Nodes panel displays an overview of the nodes in your cluster.