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Commands for managing dashboards

The dashboard commands are deprecated, but you can still use them to configure dashboards, display dashboard information, and display health status for SVMs.

Note: The dashboard health vserver commands support the NFS and CIFS protocols. They do not support the FC and iSCSI protocols.
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Configure the following cluster-wide alarm settings:
  • The threshold value that generates a warning or critical alarm for an event
  • Whether an EMS message is sent when an alarm is generated
  • The interval at which objects are monitored by the alarm dashboard
dashboard alarm thresholds modify
Display settings about alarm thresholds dashboard alarm thresholds show
Display information about alarms whose values exceed the configured threshold value dashboard alarm show
Display information about system and cluster performance dashboard performance show
Display information about storage space utilization and trend dashboard storage show
Display information about general SVM health, including the current operational status, issues, critical alerts, warnings, and informational messages dashboard health vserver show
Display the health status of aggregates, LIFs, ports, protocols, and volumes in SVMs dashboard health vserver show-combined
Display the health status of aggregates in SVMs dashboard health vserver show-aggregate
Display the health status of volumes in SVMs dashboard health vserver show-volume
Display the health status of LIFs in SVMs dashboard health vserver show-lif
Display the health status of SVM network ports dashboard health vserver show-port
Display the health status of protocols in SVMs dashboard health vserver show-protocol

For more information, see the man pages.