5.3. Viewing Virtual Environments Information¶
The table contains all virtual environments hosted on physical servers registered in Virtuozzo Automator. You can access it from the Infrastructure > Virtual Environments screen. Here you can create new virtual environments and delete existing ones, perform various management operations on them.
The Virtual Environments table comprises the following information:
|ID||The ID assigned to the virtual environment. An ID is a container characteristic only. It can be set manually or automatically generated.|
|Status||The current status of the virtual environment.|
|Name||The name of the virtual environment.|
|Domain||The domain of the virtual environment.|
|Hostname||The hostname of the virtual environment.|
|Description||The description of the virtual environment, if any.|
|IP Addresses||The IP addresses assigned to the virtual environment.|
|Hardware Node||The hostname or IP address of the physical server where the virtual environment is hosted.|
|VT||The virtualization solution the virtual environment is based on. Currently, Virtuozzo Automator allows you to manage containers and virtual machines.|
|Architecture||The microprocessor architecture of the host physical server.|
|Operating System||The OS template the virtual environment is based on.|
|Original Template||The virtual environment template the virtual environment is based on.|
|CPU||Presents a visual representation showing how much host physical server CPU time the virtual environment is consuming at the moment.|
|Disk||Presents a visual representation showing the current host physical server disk space consumption by the virtual environment.|
|Memory||Presents a visual representation showing the current consumption of the memory resources allocated to the virtual environment.|
|Alert||Every time a virtual environment consumes more of a resource than is specified by the limit on that resource, or is coming close to that limit, an alert is generated and logged. The green, yellow, or red circle in this column indicates the cumulative resource consumption by the virtual environment.|
The CPU, Disk, and Memory columns provide a simplified representation that gives you a very general idea of the current resource consumption. The information is retrieved every 10 seconds and Virtuozzo Automator displays the latest values. To have a more comprehensive resource consumption report for a virtual environment, click its name to open the virtual environment dashboard and open the Resources tab to view a minute resource consumption description.
To show or hide columns, click Select Columns and set or clear the respective checkboxes.
To facilitate working with virtual environments residing on your physical servers, you can filter the virtual environments shown in the Virtual Environments table. To do that, click Show Search, enter search patterns in the search fields, and click Search. To change what search fields are displayed, click Customize. To view all the virtual environments residing on your physical servers, click Reset Results.