10.3. Host Overview
The host overview page displays information about a given host and the connection between the host and the installer. To view the host overview page, select Hosts → All hosts, then click the name of a host.
The details bar contains a row of buttons that provide shortcuts to more information about the host, and tabs that display summaries of important details and events.
- Audits: a page containing audit entries for the current host.
- Facts: a page containing a list of facts for the current host. This button is only available after the installer has collected facts from the host.
- Reports: a page containing a list of reports for the current host. This button is only available after the installer has collected reports from the host.
- YAML: a page containing details about the host in YAML format, such as its IP address, MAC address, name, and values of parameters that have been applied to the host.
- Properties: a list of general details about the host, such as its IP address, MAC address, and the operating system entry that has been applied to the host.
- Metrics: a table showing a summary of all events reported for the host.
- Templates: a list of all provisioning templates currently accessible by the host. The provisioning templates include in this list are automatically configured in accordance with the operating system entry applied to the host.
- NICs: a table showing detailed information on NICs configured for the host.
Click each of these buttons to perform common actions on the host.
- Run Job: allows running jobs on the host. For more information on running jobs see Chapter 12, Running Jobs on Satellite Hosts.
- Boot disk: a menu that allows you to select the boot disk for the host. For more information on creating a boot ISO for a host see Creating New Hosts with PXE-less Provisioning in the Red Hat Satellite Provisioning Guide.
- Edit: opens the host details page which allows you to configure settings for the host. Note that the installer configures all the settings automatically and normally no manual configurations are required.
- Build: flags the host to be provisioned on the next host boot. Note that the installer manages all aspects of the provisioning process and normally there is no need to provision hosts manually.
- Delete: deletes the host from the user interface.
The host overview page contains two graphs that display the status of recent Puppet runs executed on the host.
- Runtime: tracks two data points: Config Retrieval and Runtime. The Config Retrieval data point represents the amount of time taken to collect information about the host during a given Puppet run, and the Runtime data point represents the amount of time required to execute the Puppet run. Both data points are measured in seconds.
- Resources: tracks the number of actions performed on the host during a Puppet run. The categories displayed in this graph are identical to those displayed in the Reports page, and are measured using the number of actions in each category.