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Health Check

Health Check#

The following Diagnostics settings are described in this section:

  • Health Check

  • Logs

  • Metrics

Health Check

This tab displays all the information related to system such as Kafka, HBase, Solr, HDFS, Discovery, etc.

  • Click the Take Snapshot button to get a screens of the current health check which will make it easy to share the health check readings whenever.

  • You can view the last updated date and time on the Health Check page. This page is auto updated in every 5 seconds.

  • Click the Reset button under Action column to clear all the records from the respective Kafka topics and reset the health check scenarios.

The following are columns under Kafka Topic grid:

  • Topic Name / Group Name: This indicates topic name and group name of Kafka.

  • Partition ID: This indicates partition id of Kafka.

  • Offset Count: This indicates offset count in graphical format. You can hover-over to view the offset value.

  • Consumed: This indicates number of the messages is being consumed.

  • Message Count: This indicates total number of messages in graphical format. You can hover-over to view the count of message.

  • Current: This indicates number of the messages currently available.

  • Lag: This indicates number of lag for the messages. The lag values indicates in Red.

  • Action: This allows you to reset the diagnostics scenarios on clicking the Reset button under Action column.

Solr

The following are columns under Solr grid:

  • Collection Name: This indicates collection name of Solr.

  • Last Updated: This indicates date and time of collection, when it was updated last time.

  • Count: This indicates count in graphical format. You can hover-over to view the count value.

  • Current: This indicates number of the messages currently available.

  • Action: This allows you to rebuild/reset the diagnostics scenarios on clicking the Rebuild/Reset button respectively.

To rebuild the Solr collections, click the Rebuild button -  the existing Solr data is deleted and data is reloaded into the Solr from the Hbase database.

  • Click the Reset button under Action column to clear all the records from the respective Solr collections and reset the health check scenarios.

  • You have the follwoing two options under Rebuid:

    • Hbase to Solr: In this option, existing Solr data is deleted and entire data is reloaded into the Solr from the respective Hbase.

    • Atlas to Solr: In this option, if Atlas is enabled, then metadata of the resources will be loaded from Atlas to Solr.


Last update: July 23, 2021