6.5. Physical Server Dashboard Overview

The physical server Summary page shows the current status of the physical server and virtual environments residing on it as well as server configuration and resource consumption.

The Server State section informs you on everything related to resources and updates:

Field Description
Status Shows if the physical server is running (online) or not (powered off, offline). If the physical server goes offline, the status is changed automatically.
Software Status The current status of VA packages installed on server. Packages that do not need to be updated are marked Up-to-date.
RAM + Swap Usage The total percentage of the current physical server utilization in terms of both allocated memory and, if swapping is on, swap space.
Disk Usage The percentage of the available disk space currently in use by the server.
CPU Usage The percentage of the CPU power used by the physical server at the moment the current Virtuozzo Automator page was generated.
CPU Load Average The last 1, 5, and 15 minutes system load averages.
Uptime The time that has passed from the last physical server start.

The License section shows the information on the physical server license:

Field Description
Status The status of the license. You can click the status link, to install a new license (if no license is installed on the physical server), or to view the installed license details.
Expiration The expiration date and time of the license.
Limits
Running Virtual Environments

The total number of virtual environments you can simultaneously run on the physical server.

Note

This parameter is only supported for Virtuozzo 7 servers.

Running Containers

The total number of containers you can simultaneously run on the physical server.

Note

This parameter is only supported for Virtuozzo 6 servers.

Running Virtual Machines

The total number of virtual machines you can simultaneously run on the physical server.

Note

This parameter is only supported for Virtuozzo 6 servers.

The Server Configuration section displays the configuration of the physical server:

Field Description
Software
Automation Product The automation software installed on the physical server.
Virtualization Product The virtualization product installed on the physical server.
Hardware
Architecture The description of the processor model(s) installed on the server.
Network
Hostname The hostname of the physical server.
IP Addresses Enumerates all the IP addresses the server has on all its network interfaces.

In the Virtual Environments section, you can see the number of running and stopped virtual environments.

The Resource Alerts section provides information on the server resource consumption:

  • green circle: the server operates normally,
  • yellow circle: some server resource is approaching its soft limit,
  • red circle: some server resource has exceeded its soft limit.
Column Description
Alert The name of the resource parameter that has generated the alert.
Current The current value of the resource parameter.
Soft Limit The limit on the resource parameter that can be temporarily exceeded.
Hard Limit The limit on the resource parameter that cannot be exceeded under any circumstances.

For details on resource alerts, refer to Viewing Infrastructure Alert Logs.

The Disk Partitions and Memory sections inform you about the respective resources consumption on the physical server.

The information on the Disk Partitions size usage in all the partitions existing on your physical server is presented in the following tables (corresponding to the number of partitions):

Column Description
Mount Point The name of the partition/logical disk using the resource.
Used Used amount of disk size in the partition.
Free Free amount of disk size in the partition.
Total The total amount of disk size allocated for the partition.

The information on the Memory usage is displayed in the following way:

Field Description
Physical memory The percentage of the current physical server utilization in terms of allocated memory.
Swap Space The percentage of the current physical server utilization in terms of allocated swap space. The bar is not displayed if swapping is not configured on the physical server.
RAM+Swap The simple average of the resources above.

The Resources Commitments section provides summarized information on the disk and memory resources promised to all the virtual environments hosted on the physical server. The Value column displays how much resources have been promised; the Percentage column shows how much of them are currently being used by virtual environments. If at least one virtual environment is promised unlimited resources, the Value column shows “Unlimited”, and the Percentage column - “n/a” for the corresponding resource.

For more details on the physical server resource consumption, see Monitoring Physical Server Resources Consumption.