You can see the management nodes details in the IBM® Cloud Infrastructure Center UI. Log on to the IBM Cloud Infrastructure Center with your username and password. As the UI shows, select management nodes page.
The management nodes page shows information about the management nodes such as health status, cluster information. The management node view is only accessible to the admin users. You can click refresh button to get the latest information about the management nodes in the system.
The following table shows the description of the management nodes properties
|Represents the hostname of the management node.
|Represents the CPU utilization percentage of the management node.
|Represents the memory utilization percentage of the management node.
|Represents the disk utilization percentage of the management node.
|Free Disk Space(GB)
|Represents the free disk space of the management node in Gigabytes.
|Represents the current state of the management node. If the management node is not connected to the cluster or shut down, the state is shown offline.
|Represents the health status of the management node. Health is calculated based on the resources status of the management node. If the health is not okay, the reason for the respective health status can be found in the tooltip field.
|Represents the IP address or hostname of the management node. The virtual IP (VIP) of the cluster is also shown for the corresponding node.
|Represents whether the management node is primary node or secondary node. In standalone system, the node type value is by default primary node.
|Represents the name of the cluster. In stand-alone system, it shows the cluster type as "standalone".
The primary is the node which is assigned as a designated controller by pacemaker. All other nodes in the multi-node cluster are labeled as secondary node.