This topic describes how to view the information about the nodes in a Kubernetes cluster.
Go to the node list page
- Log on to the ARMS console .
- In the left-side navigation pane, click Kubernetes Monitoring.
- In the top navigation bar, select the region where your cluster is deployed.
- On the Kubernetes Monitoring page, click the name of the Kubernetes cluster whose node information you want to view.
- On the Cluster Resources page, click View all nodes in the Node resource overview section.
- On the node list page, select a time range from the date and time picker in the upper-right
corner. On the node list page, you can view the following information about each node in the cluster: name, labels, number of pods, CPU utilization, CPU request rate, memory usage, memory request rate, disk usage, and status.Nodes are sorted based on their statuses that are displayed in the State column. Abnormal nodes are placed before the normal ones. The status of a node may be displayed in one of the following colors:
- Red: A fatal error occurs on the node.
- Blue: The node is normal.
On the node list page, you can view the following information about each node in the cluster: name, labels, number of pods, CPU utilization, CPU request rate, memory usage, memory request rate, disk usage, and status.
- Filter nodes by using one or more of the following filter conditions: name, status, and label.
- Click the name of a node to view its details. For more information, see Node details.
- Click the value in the Current Pod count column of a node to view the pods associated with the node. For more information, see Pod tab.
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