|The information in this topic applies to AlertSite 1.0 (classic interface). If you are using AlertSite UXM, see AlertSite UXM Dashboard.|
The Status screen in AlertSite 1.0 provides an overall view of all your monitors. It is divided into several tabs that filter the list by monitor types:
All Devices – displays all your monitors.
ServerAgents – if you have private locations (Private Node Server or InSite), you can see the CPU usage, disk usage and other system metrics of your locations on this screen. You need to have ServerAgent configured and running at each private location.
These tabs are described in more detail below.
You can switch between the tabs by clicking the tab name, or by navigating to the tab via the Status menu of AlertSite 1.0.
To view the monitor status by locations
Expand the monitor info by clicking to the left of the monitor name. This displays a list of monitoring locations this monitor runs from, the latest status and response time measured at this location, and the date and time of the latest test.
Clicking in the leftmost column will expand the list for all monitors.
To open the monitor settings
Click the monitor name in the table.
To view error details
Click the link in the Errors Last 24 Hrs (cnt/hh:mm) column to view the latest status at all of the monitor’s locations, and a list of errors found in the last 24 hours. From there, click the and icons to drill down into the error reports.
To sort the data
Click the column headers to sort the data in the tables.
To update the page automatically
Click Start Auto Refresh in the top right corner of the navigation bar.
Sites, Transactions, APIs
These tabs display the status of your website, API and server monitors.
|Site Name||The monitor name or monitored URL.|
(Sites tab only)
|The IP address of the monitored site.|
|Type (Sites tab only)||The monitor type.|
|Monitor Interval||The monitoring frequency, in minutes.|
|Monitor||The monitoring status – Enabled, Disabled or Staged.|
|Last Status||AlertSite status code of the last test. 0 means no errors. Hover over the value to view the description of the status code.|
|Last Checked||The date and time of the latest test.|
|Last Resp Time (secs)||The response time measured during the latest test.|
|Last FP Resp Time (secs)||
The full page response time measured during the latest test. (Only for website monitors with the Fullpage Interval set.)
|Status Duration||How long the last status has persisted. *|
|Errors Last 24 Hrs (cnt/hh:mm)||A link to the error event details (how many and what time). *|
* The Status Duration and Errors Last 24 Hrs columns display the values from the latest monitoring location check-in. To see the values for the individual monitoring locations, expand the monitor status by clicking next to the monitor name.
This tab displays all ServerAgents set up on your private locations to report on the location system metrics (CPU usage, disk usage and others). Click the ServerAgent name to view its configuration settings, including the error and warning thresholds.
|Server Name||ServerAgent name.|
CPU status of your private location:
– CPU usage exceeds the warning threshold.
– CPU usage exceeds the error threshold.
Disk status of your private location:
– disk usage exceeds the warning threshold.
– disk usage exceeds the error threshold.
Process status on your private location:
|Last Status||AlertSite status code reported by ServerAgent. 0 means no errors. Statuses 4030, 4040 or 4050 indicate issues with your private location.|
|Last Check In||The date and time the ServerAgent last sent your private location system metrics to AlertSite.|
|How often the ServerAgent sends your private location system metrics to AlertSite.|
|Monitor||Monitoring status – Enabled, Disabled or Staged.|
|Status Duration||How long the last status has persisted.|
|Errors Last 24 Hrs
|A link to the error event details (how many and what time).|
This tab displays the status of your security scans.
Click the scan name to view its configuration settings and the latest scan results.
Click the Last Scanned date to navigate to the scan reports in the Document Manager.
|Description||The name of the security scan.|
|Hostname||The domain name of the scanned server.|
|IP Address||The IP address of the scanned server.|
|Scan Interval||Daily or Weekly.|
|Monitor||The scan status – Enabled, Disabled or Pending.|
|Last Status||Risk assessment: High, Medium, Info.|
|Last Scanned||The date and time of the last scan.|