Viewing Cluster Information¶
On the Cluster Information page, you can view the information about a cluster, including the private network address, public IP address, version, and node.
Log in to the CSS management console.
Choose Clusters > Elasticsearch. The cluster list page is displayed.
Click a cluster name to go to the Cluster Information page and view the basic information about the cluster.
User-defined cluster name.
You can click on the right to change the cluster name.
Unique ID of a cluster, which is automatically generated by the system.
Each cluster in the same region has a unique ID.
Cluster version information.
Current status of a cluster
Current task status of a cluster. If no task is in progress, -- is displayed.
Time when a cluster was created
Cluster Storage Capacity (GB)
Storage capacity of a cluster
Used Cluster Storage (GB)
Used storage capacity of a cluster
Region where a cluster is located
AZ where a cluster is located
VPC to which the cluster belongs
Subnet to which the cluster belongs
Security group to which a cluster belongs.
Security mode of a cluster.
Enabled: The current cluster is a security cluster.
Disabled: The current cluster is a non-security cluster.
This parameter is displayed only for security clusters.
Click Reset to change the password of the administrator account admin of the security cluster.
Requirements for administrator passwords:
The password can contain 8 to 32 characters.
The password must contain at least three of the following character types: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digits, and special characters. The following special characters are supported:
Do not use the administrator name, or the administrator name spelled backwards.
You are advised to change the password periodically.
Enterprise project to which a cluster belongs.
You can click the project name to view the basic information about the enterprise project.
Public IP Address
Public network access information, which is displayed only for clusters in security mode.
For a security cluster with public network access enabled, the configured public network address is displayed. You can use this address to access the security cluster from the public network.
For a security cluster with public network access disabled, -- is displayed.
When using a public IP address to access a cluster, you are advised to enable access control and configure an access whitelist to improve cluster security. For details about how to configure the public network access, see Public Network Access.
Whether to set access control for a cluster. This parameter is displayed only for clusters with public network access enabled.
Enabled: Only IP addresses in the whitelist can access the cluster through the public network.
Disabled: Any IP address can access the cluster through the public network.
Click Set to configure the access control and the whitelist.
The bandwidth for public network access. This parameter is displayed only for clusters with public network access enabled.
Click Edit to change the bandwidth size.
Whether to enable the HTTPS access protocol for a cluster.
Disabled: The HTTP protocol is used for cluster access.
Enabled: The HTTPS protocol is used for cluster access. Only security clusters can enable this function. If HTTPS Access is enabled, you can click Download Certificate to obtain the CER security certificate for accessing the security cluster.
Private Network Address
Private IP address and port number of a cluster, which can be used to access the cluster. If the cluster has only one node, the IP address and port number of only one node are displayed, for example, 10.62.179.32:9200. If the cluster has multiple nodes, the IP addresses and port numbers of all nodes are displayed, for example, 10.62.179.32:9200,10.62.179.33:9200.
Specifications of nodes in a cluster
Node Storage Type
Storage capacity and storage type of nodes in a cluster
Number of nodes in a cluster