Help Center > > User Guide> FusionInsight Manager Operation Guide (Applicable to 3.x)> Cluster> Cluster Management> Overview


Updated at: Oct 21, 2021 GMT+08:00


Log in to FusionInsight Manager and choose Cluster > Name of the desired cluster > Dashboard to view the status of the current cluster.

On the Dashboard page, you can start, stop, rolling restart, synchronize configurations for, and perform basic management operations for the current cluster, as described in Table 1.

Figure 1 Dashboard
Table 1 Management and maintenance

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Start all services in the cluster.


Stop all services in the cluster.

More > Restart

Restart all services in the cluster.

More > Rolling-restart Service

Restart all services in the cluster without interrupting services. For details, see Performing a Rolling Restart of a Cluster.

More > Synchronize Configurations

Synchronize parameter configurations for all services in the cluster.

More > Restart Configuration-Expired Instances

Restart all instances whose configurations have expired. For details, see Managing Expired Configurations.

More > Health Check

Perform health checks on the OMS, and all services and nodes in the cluster. The health check covers checks on the running status of each object, alarms, and user-defined monitoring metrics. The check result differs from the displayed Running Status.

To export the result of the health check, click Export Report in the upper left corner. If any problem is detected, click Help.

More > Download Client

Download the default client for the user. For details, see Downloading the Client.

More > Export Installation Template

Export all installation configurations of the cluster in batches, including the cluster authentication mode, node information, and service configurations. This operation is performed when the cluster needs to be reinstalled in the same environment.

More > Export Configurations

Export configurations of all services in the cluster in batches.

More > Enter Maintenance Mode/Exit Maintenance Mode

Configure the cluster to enter or exit the maintenance mode.

More > O&M View

Check the services or hosts that are in the maintenance state.

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