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The Cluster nodes table displays each node of the cluster, and the current state of the node.
The Address column displays the IP address of the node.
The AZ column displays the Availability Zone in which the node resides.
The Subnet column displays the subnet ID on which the node resides.
The LBPort column displays the port number to which a client application should connect to utilize load balancing.
The DBPort column displays the default listener port for the Advanced Server or PostgreSQL server.
The CXN column displays the current number of connections to the node.
The VM column displays the state of the virtual machine on which the cluster resides.
The HA column displays the state of the high-availability cluster.
The DB column displays the state of the database server.
The UP column displays the current status of the packages installed on the cluster. Periodically, the cluster manager performs a check to see if the packages are up to date.
The Events panel displays events that are logged for the current cluster.
Panels on the Properties tab display deployment details for the cluster.
The General panel displays deployment details such as owner information, creation date, and current cluster state.
The Storage panel displays information about the storage allocated for the cluster, the amount of storage used, and the amount of storage still available.
The Network panel displays information about the network addresses and ports in use by the cluster.
The Maintenance panel displays information about the monitoring and healing policies enforced on the cluster.
The Auto Scale panel displays information about the scaling policies currently in use by the cluster; if automatic scaling is enabled, the cluster will be scaled up when the thresholds specified in the % of storage size used or # of server connections fields are reached.
The Backup panel displays the backup schedule and retention policy enforced on the cluster.


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