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The Reporting Clustering Status dashboard provides detailed information on the status of the entire indexer cluster. You can get information on the status of each peer node, search head, and indexes. You can view the number of peers (reporting members), searchable copies, and number of copies (buckets).

Note

The Reporting Clustering Status dashboard is available only when you configure the reporting clustering and you must also have the global read-only permissions for Grid Reporting Properties.


The default dashboard includes the following information:

  • Indicates whether the reporting data is fully searchable. Displays Yes to indicate that all buckets in the cluster have a primary copy.
  • Indicates whether the search and replication factors are met.
  • Displays the number of indexes and peers that are searchable.

This dashboard might also display the following messages depending on the health of your cluster: Some data is not searchable, All Data is Searchable, Replication factor not met, and Search factor is not met.

Viewing Reporting Clustering Status

To view the Reporting Clustering Status dashboard:

  1. From the Dashboards -> Reporting Clustering Status tab. In the Peers tab, you can view the following information:
    • Peer Name: The name of the reporting member.
    • Fully Searchable: Indicates whether the peer currently has a complete set of primaries and is fully searchable.
    • Status: The status of the reporting member.
    • Buckets: The number of copies stored on the peer node. The number of buckets for which the peer has copies
  • The Indexes tab displays the following information:
    • Index Name: The name of the indexer.
    • Fully Searchable: Indicates whether the peer currently has a complete set of primaries and is fully searchable.
    • Searchable Data Copies Status: The status of the reporting member.
    • Replicated Data Copies: The replicated number of copies.
    • Buckets: The number of buckets for which the peer has copies.
    • Cumulative Raw Data Size: The size of the index, excluding hot buckets.
  • The Search Heads tab displays the following information:
    • Search Head Name: Name of the search head.
    • Status: The status of the search head.
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