About the Cisco Unified SRST Manager GUI
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About the Cisco Unified SRST Manager Dashboard
You should periodically monitor the status of the system to ensure that the deployment remains ready for failover events. You can monitor the system from the Cisco Unified SRST Manager dashboard.
The Cisco Unified SRST Manager dashboard provides an at-a-glance view of the state of the system. The dashboard contains a summary of items that would typically require the attention of the administrator, such as error and warning messages. When the system is functioning normally, with no alerts or activity, the dashboard shows minimal information.
You can return to the dashboard from anywhere in the system by clicking Dashboard on the top right.
The dashboard includes two areas:
- Provisioning Status: Displays a summary of the results of the most recent provisioning cycle. If all sites have been successfully provisioned, a single success message is displayed. If any sites are disabled, have failed provisioning, or have never been provisioned, the provisioning status panes displays a site count for each provisioning outcome respectively. For provisioning failures, the system generates a system alert message for each site that indicates the reason for the failure. To review site specific results by status, click the corresponding report link.
- System Alerts: Displays the number of critical, warning, error, and informational alert messages that require attention. To review system alert details by level, click the corresponding link. See System Alerts for more information about alerts.