This appendix describes the search function in Red Hat Gluster Storage Console in detail.
Each part of the query syntax is explained in greater detail below.
| Example || Result |
| Hosts: cluster = cluster name || Displays a list of all servers in the cluster. |
| Volumes: status = up || Displays a list of all volumes with status up. |
| Events: severity > normal sortby time || Displays the list of all events whose severity is higher than Normal, sorted by time. |
As you type each part of a search query, a drop-down list of choices for the next part of the search opens below the Search bar. You can either select from the list and then continue typing or selecting the next part of the search, or ignore the options and continue entering your query manually.
The following table shows how Red Hat Gluster Storage Console auto-completion assists in query construction. It shows what the drop-down list will display as the administrator inputs text into the search field.
Hosts: cluster = down
| Input || List Items Displayed || Action |
Hosts (1 option only)
All host properties
| Type |
| host properties starting with |
| Select |
cluster or type
| Select or type |
Hosts: cluster =
| || Select or type |