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System Performance

This panel displays information about the current performance of your FortiNAC

It has two visualizations: Table View and Graph.

Table View

This visualization displays a detailed look into the total, free, and used percentage of the FortiNAC appliance's memory and partitions. In a separate table, the total usages of each process within the FortiNAC application are displayed, along with the system startup time and up time. You can modify the thresholds used to determine when % Used displays as Warning or Critical in both the Hardware and Software tabs. By default, the threshold for Warning is 85% and Critical is 95%. To modify the thresholds, click on the colored bar and enter the new thresholds. Threshold changes are global and affect all users. Changing these thresholds also influences when the associated Events will be generated.

Graph

The Graph visualization monitors the system's overall CPU and memory usage. A maximum number of data points, up to 100, may be configured in the settings as the "Maximum Graph Size." The oldest data points are removed from the graph when any are added in excess of this value.

System Performance

This panel displays information about the current performance of your FortiNAC

It has two visualizations: Table View and Graph.

Table View

This visualization displays a detailed look into the total, free, and used percentage of the FortiNAC appliance's memory and partitions. In a separate table, the total usages of each process within the FortiNAC application are displayed, along with the system startup time and up time. You can modify the thresholds used to determine when % Used displays as Warning or Critical in both the Hardware and Software tabs. By default, the threshold for Warning is 85% and Critical is 95%. To modify the thresholds, click on the colored bar and enter the new thresholds. Threshold changes are global and affect all users. Changing these thresholds also influences when the associated Events will be generated.

Graph

The Graph visualization monitors the system's overall CPU and memory usage. A maximum number of data points, up to 100, may be configured in the settings as the "Maximum Graph Size." The oldest data points are removed from the graph when any are added in excess of this value.