This topic describes how to view this information in the Server Dashboard, and the details that display there.
The Server Dashboard provides an overview of the following sensor and server details:
Server communication status
The Server Dashboard is only available to Carbon Black EDR Global Administrators and Carbon Black Hosted EDR Administrators.
View Server and Sensor Information in the Server Dashboard
Perform the following procedure to view sensor and server information in the Server Dashboard.
- On the navigation bar, click Server Dashboard.
- Review information in the Storage Statistic panel:
The mount point for the Carbon Black EDR server data directory.
The amount of the disk space used for storage.
The amount of the disk space still available for storage.
The total amount of disk space.
The number of shards on the disk. Expand to see associated ID, size, document count, and max document count.
Process Documents Count
The number of process documents uploaded to the database on the server. This is the same number as the total number of processes on the Process Search page .
Process Disk Size
The disk space used by the process documents.
Binary Info Count
The number of binaries that are seen by the sensor. This is the same number as the total number of binaries on the Binary Search page .
Binary Info Disk Size
The total number of bytes of binary information that is uploaded to the server.
Sql Disk Size
The psql database disk utilization.
The number of binaries stored on the server.
The total number of bytes of binaries stored on the server.
- Review information in the Sensor Statistics panel:
Online Sensor Count
The number of sensors that are detected as being online by the server.
Total Sensor Count
The total number of sensors installed and registered for this server.
Aggregate Sensor Event Queue
The total size of queued events needing to be pushed to the server for all online sensors.
Aggregate Sensor Binary Queue
The total size of queued binaries needing to be pushed to the server for all online sensors.
- Review information in the Server Communication Status panel:
Carbon Black Threat Intel is connected
Shows whether or not communication between the Carbon Black EDR server and Carbon Black Threat Intel has been established.
Carbon Black App Control is not configured
Shows whether or not communication between the Carbon Black EDR server and a Carbon Black App Control server has been established.
- Review the information in the License Information panel:
Current Sensor Count
Total number of unique online sensors in the last 24 hours (active).
License End Date
The date when the license terminates.
Current Licensed Sensors
The total number of sensors on the current license.
The token for the Carbon Black EDR server. This token is primarily used for support purposes.
License Usage Graph
A weekly depiction of how many sensors are active for the license.