In this topic, you can find information on viewing VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance health status report.
To start the data flow, you must start and deploy the kubernet cluster.
- Go to https://<Telcocloud serviceassurance-ui-IP.
A typical URL for logging in to the user interface from the same system on which VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance is installed is, https://10.x.x.x.
- Enter username and password.
- Click Next.
- Click Dashboards & Reports.
The Grafana homepage appears.
- To view the VMware Telco Cloud Service Assurance health status report , click TCOps Health Status.
Note: Health status reports do not display historical data for Nodes and Pods.The Health Status Report dashboard displays at most 10K data points. You must select the appropriate Aggregate Interval, otherwise data does not appear, and an indication (exclamation mark) will be displayed besides the concerning panel. The formula to calculate the number of data points returned by a query in this dashboard is the following:
Data points = Number of aggregation per hour * number of days in hours * number of pods
Examples: For 1 day time range: Aggregate Interval (5m): 60/5 * 24 (1h) * 30 (pods) = 8640 Aggregate Interval (10m): 60/10 * 24 * 30 = 4320 Aggregate Interval (30m): 60/30 * 24 * 30 = 1440 For 7 days time range: Aggregate Interval (30min): 60/30 * 24 * 7 * 30 = 10080 (this is over 10,000 records hence it won't show data) Aggregate Interval (1h-60min): 60/60 * 24 * 7 * 30 = 5040