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ApsaraDB for OceanBase:Overview

Last Updated:Dec 15, 2022

The Overview page of the ApsaraDB for OceanBase console provides guidance on the operation process. On this page, you can also view the resource overview, resource diagnostics, alerts, and abnormal SQL statements.

After you log on to the ApsaraDB for OceanBase console, the Overview page automatically appears.

User Guide  / /> Overview

Guidance on the operation process

You can see the operation process guidance when you log on to the ApsaraDB for OceanBase console for the first time.

This section describes how to use the ApsaraDB for OceanBase console, including how to create an instance, create a tenant, create a database, and use a database.

Note

After your first logon to the ApsaraDB for OceanBase console, the operation guidance is folded. You can click the User Guide  / /> Overview > Collapse button in the operation process guidance section icon in the upper-right corner of the Overview page to display it.

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Step

Operation

Description

1

Create an instance

Instances of various specifications are available and quick scale-out and scale-in are supported. You can create instances with desired specifications. For more information, see Purchase an instance.

2

Create a tenant

You can create a tenant in the cluster instance. A tenant is a logical concept and a resource allocation unit. For more information, see Create a tenant.

3

Create a database

You can create a database in a tenant and then connect the database to an application. You do not need to create a database for an Oracle tenant.

4

Use a database

Data migration and development tools are provided to help you manage your data in OceanBase Database.

Resource information

On the Overview page, you can view the information of resources in the specified region on the Resource Overview and Resource Diagnostics tabs.

User Guide  / /> Overview > Resource information

Field

Description

Resource Overview

The Resource Overview tab contains the following fields:

  • Total Instances: the total number of instances that you created, including cluster instances and tenant instances.

    • Cluster Instance: the total number of cluster instances that you created.

    • Tenant Instance: the total number of tenant instances that you created.

    • In Service: the number of instances in service. Instances in the Overdue, Deleting, or Creating states are excluded.

    • Insufficient Disk Space: the number of instances whose disk usage is greater than or equal to 80%.

    • About to Expire: the number of instances that will expire in seven days.

    • Expired: the number of expired instances.

  • Data Migration Instances: the total number of data migration instances that you have created.

Resource Diagnostics

The Resource Diagnostics tab contains the following fields:

Insufficient Disk Space: the number of instances whose disk usage is greater than or equal to 80%.

Click an instance name to go to the workspace page of the instance.

Data monitoring

On the Overview page, you can view the data monitoring information of the specified region on the Alerts and Abnormal SQLs tabs.

Field

Description

Alert

The Alerts tab shows information of alerts.

The alert information is shown in the alert rule name (instance: faulty instance name) format. Example: disk_log_usage_instance (instance: integration_**-**).

You can click the alert to go to the alert details page in the Cloud Monitor console.

Abnormal SQLs

The Abnormal SQLs tab shows tenants with abnormal SQL statements that were detected on the current day in the specified region.

You can click the tenant name to go to the Diagnostics page of the tenant.

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