The status tool gives an overview on operations; i.e. that all the network components and services are up and running.
NAV has four background processes that monitors the operational status of the network. It is the events triggered from these monitors that are displayed in the status tool. The four monitors are:
For more information on the event and alarm system, see here.
The status tool gives an overview of all the active alarms. The display is divided into several sections, this is per-user configurable using the preferences tool from the tool bar. The default sections include:
In addition using the preferences tool (reached from the NAV bar) you may add:
For each section the NAV user may also choose to filter out certain alarms based on either organization, category (GW/GSW/SW/SRV etc) or state (up/down/shadow).
From each status page section a link to history is provided. You may also see individual histories using the link provided on each line in the listing. The history view goes per default 7 days back, but can be increased to a maximum of 30 days.
For the services section you may in addition go to a matrix view that shows red and green lights for all monitored services.
For the webfront - none. But the data the status page shows is supplied from backend processes such as pping, servicemon, etc. They have configuration files that can alter their behavior, for details see backendprocesses.