Introduction to the Cluster List¶
The cluster list displays all CSS clusters. If there are a large number of clusters, these clusters will be displayed on multiple pages. You can view clusters of all statuses from the cluster list.
Clusters are listed in chronological order by default in the cluster list, with the most recent cluster displayed at the top. You can click next to the related parameter in the table heading to modify cluster sorting. Table 1 describes the parameters involved in the cluster list.
In the upper right corner of the cluster list, you can enter the name or ID of a cluster and click to search for a cluster. You can also click in the upper right corner to refresh the cluster list.
Name and ID of a cluster. You can click a cluster name to switch to the Basic Information page. The cluster ID is automatically generated by the system and uniquely identifies a cluster.
Status of a cluster.
Status of a task, such as cluster restart, cluster capacity expansion, cluster backup, and cluster restoration.
Elasticsearch version of the cluster.
Time when the cluster is created.
Private Network Address
Private network address and port number of the cluster. You can use these parameters to access the cluster. If the cluster has multiple nodes, the private network addresses and port numbers of all nodes are displayed.
Operations that can be performed on a cluster, including Access Kibana, View Metric, Modify, Restart, Delete, Manage Word Dictionary, Back Up and Restore, Migrate, and Access Cerebro. If an operation is not allowed, the button is gray.