Updated on 2023-02-24 GMT+08:00


There are two types of Dashboard pages, Dashboard Without Cluster Overview and Dashboard With Cluster Overview. The dashboard page displayed on your console is determined by whether you have purchased any cluster or not.

Dashboard Without Cluster Overview

The dashboard page consists of the following modules:

  • Process

    This module describes how to create a cluster, connect to a cluster, and import sample data from OBS to GaussDB(DWS). You can click Learn more to check more information.

  • Features

    This module describes multiple powerful functions of GaussDB(DWS), including SQL compatibility, cluster snapshot, cluster disaster recovery, database monitoring, resource management, and online O&M. You can quickly learn how they work and use them as required.

  • Progressive Knowledge

    This module helps you start as a beginner and become an expert in the real-time, secure, reliable enterprise-grade GaussDB(DWS) data warehouse.

  • What's New

    By default, the latest three features of GaussDB(DWS) are displayed. You can click More to check more information.

Dashboard With Cluster Overview

The dashboard page contains Progressive Knowledge, What's New, Features, and the following modules:

  • Resources

    In the Resources module, you can view the number of available resources, including Available/Total Clusters, Available/Total Nodes, and Total Capacity.

  • Alarms

    Alarms are classified by severity: Urgent, Important, Minor, Prompt. For details, see Alarms.

  • Recent Events

    Events are change records of user cluster status. Events can be triggered by user operations or cluster status changes. For details, see Event Notifications.

  • Main cluster metrics:
    • Cluster CPU Usage
    • Cluster Memory Usage
    • Cluster Disk Usage