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Performing a Health Check

Updated at: Mar 31, 2020 GMT+08:00

Scenario

To ensure that cluster parameters, configurations, and monitoring are correct and that the cluster can run stably for a long time, you can perform a health check during routine maintenance.

A system health check includes MRS Manager, service-level, and host-level health checks:

  • MRS Manager health checks focus on whether the unified management platform can provide management functions.
  • Service-level health checks focus on whether components can provide services properly.
  • Host-level health checks focus on whether host indicators are normal.

The system health check has three types of check items: Health Status, related alarms, and customized monitoring indicators for each check object. The health check results are not always the same as the Health Status on the portal.

Procedure

  • Manually perform the health check for all services.

    On the cluster details page, choose Management Operation > Check Cluster Health Status in the upper right corner.

    For MRS 1.8.10 or earlier, follow instructions in Performing a Health Check.

    • The cluster health checks include MRS Manager, service, and host status checks.
    • To perform cluster health checks, you can also choose System > Check Health Status > Start Cluster Health Check on MRS Manager.
    • To export the health check result, click Export Report in the upper left corner.
  • Manually perform the health check for a service.
    1. On the MRS cluster details page, click Components.

      For MRS 1.8.10 or earlier, follow instructions in Performing a Health Check.

    2. Click the target service in the service list.
    3. Choose More > Start Service Health Check to start the health check for a specified service.
  • Manually perform the health check for a host.
    1. On the MRS cluster details page, click Nodes.

      For MRS 1.8.10 or earlier, follow instructions in Performing a Health Check.

    2. Unfold node group information, and select the checkbox of the target host.
    3. Choose Node Operation > Start Host Health Check to start the health check for the host.

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