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It provides the ability to monitor the status of all hosts in the host group at once. You can monitor multiple groups in multiple windows at the same time.
Host Monitor consists of three parts: the host group tree at the left side, the host status area at the top of right side and the event / log history at the bottom of right side.
If you select the group from the host group tree, all descendant hosts will be showed at the host status area. If you select the host, the only selected host will be showed.
It shows all hosts which are selected from the host group tree concurrently.
A box stands for a host. If events occur, the color of the box become changed or flash effect applied to the box. Colors and flash effects for events can be configured in Host Monitor Preference.
You can choose the host by clicking the corresponding box, and double clicking it executes Live Monitor for the host.
After choose the host, clickingwill reset the status and color of the host. If you click , all hosts in the host status area will be reset.
It shows the history of events and log message for the host selected from the host status area in descending order. If you double-click the event from the list, it executes Remote Search, and the recorded file with the same time is selected automatically.
If you click right mouse button on either the host in the host status area or events in the event / log history, popup menu appears. You can execute host actions by selecting the popup menu item. Following actions are provided:
On-Line and Off-Line events are raised only by Host Monitor. It tries to connect to all selected hosts from the host group periodically in order to check whether communication between CMS and the host is available, except already connected hosts in other windows. Non-connected hosts become off-line state if it can not received feedback in time.
You can configure that it should check whether hosts are online, check interval, and connecting time-out in Host Monitor Preference.