Container monitoring displays the statistics on container resources that are in different states by using different colors and graphic sizes. This topic describes the states of container resources and how their statistics are displayed.
Container monitoring uses different colors and graphic sizes to distinguish between container resources in different states.
- Blue: indicates that the container resource is normal.
- Orange: indicates that the container resource is abnormal and a warning alert is generated. For more information about the conditions that trigger alerts, see Trigger conditions of alerts.
- Red: indicates that the container resource is abnormal and a fatal alert is generated. For more information about the conditions that trigger alerts, see Trigger conditions of alerts.
- Graphic sizes: The size of a graphic for a type of container resources indicates the number of the container resources in a specific state, as shown in the following figure.
Trigger conditions of alerts
The trigger conditions of alerts vary with the types of container resources.
|Resource type||Alert severity||Trigger condition|
|Ingress||Warning||No SLB instance is specified for the Ingress.|
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