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Monitoring Cluster Status

Cluster status can be checked from two pages on zGateway management console
1. Dashboard
2. “Status” screen under “High Availability” section

Field Description
IP IP Address of Cluster Manager
Node Type Status of the Added Nodes
Services zGateway service status
Syncing Data sync service status
Load Balancer Load balancer service status
CPU CPU utilized on a node
RAM RAM utilized on a node
HDD Hard disk space utilized on a node


All the standard logging of zGateway is seamlessly available across both the cluster manager nodes.
Administrator can login into the zGateway Management Console and find all the logs created by all the nodes in the cluster.

All the nodes in the cluster sends their log data to the Active Cluster Manager node in the cluster. The Active Cluster Manager writes the log to its log database as well as sends the same log entry to the standby Cluster Manager.
If the standby cluster Manage node is not available, it will not receive the logs for that duration.

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