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If the Appliance is installed only as a MediaAgent, then you must download the HyperScale Hardware Monitoring alertfrom the Commvault Store. To download the alert, seeHyperScale Hardware Alerts.You must configure the alert to send notifications to the cloud and to the HyperScale Appliance support team. Forinstructions, seeConfiguring the Dial Home for Hyperscale and Appliance Hardware Alert.Command Center ViewsDashboard ViewThe status of the appliance, including hardware errors, can be viewed in the Command Center dashboard. This viewcan be used to quickly evaluate the health of the appliance.Detailed ViewA detailedHyperScale Hardware Reportcan be viewed by clicking theHardware Componentsfrom the Dashboard.Note: The HyperScale Dashboard appears as the initial view (or landing page) when you log on to the CommandCenter, if you have the necessary user permissions. For more information about dashboard visibility, seeDashboard Visibility by User.4/19/2021Commvault SystemsPage 107 of 217
Each hardware component (Disks, Cache, Cooling Devices, Power Supply, and Network Interface) provides a detailedview as sub-sections in this report. You can also filter the report information based on the storage pool and the nodeassociated with the selected storage pool.Infrastructure ViewTheInfrastructure Loadview can be viewed by clickingSystemfrom the Dashboard. Performance-relatedinformation for each node is displayed in this view. In addition, the CPU performance, the amount of physical memorythat was used, and the amount of virtual memory that was used also appears in charts.4/19/2021Commvault SystemsPage 108 of 217
Related TopicsHyperScale DashboardInfrastructure Load Report4/19/2021Commvault SystemsPage 109 of 217
Custom Rules - HyperScale Hardware Monitoring AlertEditing Alert DefinitionsLast modified: 7/13/2020 8:04:29 PM4/19/2021Commvault SystemsPage 110 of 217
Commvault HyperScale>HyperScale X>HyperScale X Appliance>OperationsModifying the Path to Syslog Files in HyperScaleNodesThe path to Syslog files can be modified on the HyperScale nodes.By default syslog files are stored in the/var/log/messagesfolder. If necessary, this path can be modified so that theselogs are subsequently saved in the new location.Before You BeginDownload theUpdateSysLogPathInHyperScaleNodeworkflow from the Commvault Store.For more information about downloading workflows, seeDownload Workflows from Commvault Store.Deploy the workflow to make it active in the workflow engine.For more information about deploying the workflow, seeDeploying a Workflow.Procedure1. From the CommCell Browser, go toWorkflows.2. Right-clickUpdateSysLogPathInHyperScaleNode, and then clickAll Tasks > Execute.TheUpdateSysLogPathInHyperScaleNode Optionsdialog box appears.

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