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The cluster status page enables you to view cluster-wide information, such as number of nodes,
cluster status, number of errors, number of streams, and capacity data.
For more information, see Chapter 3, Managing the Cluster.
2.2.2. Viewing a Node's Status Page
If you click a node's IP address, the node's status page displays, as follows.
The node status page enables you to view information specific to that node, such as hardware
status, health processor status, uptime, and DX Storage software version.
For more information, see Chapter 5, Managing Nodes.
2.3. Printing the Admin Console
Click Print at the top of the page to display a printer-friendly version of the Admin Console. To
include a portion of the console in an e-mail, simply select the text, copy it to the clipboard, and
paste it in to an HTML-formatted e-mail. You can also paste a portion of the print formatted page
into an application like Excel and then copy it from there for a cleaner view if you are not using
For some browsers like Firefox, it might be necessary to change the print settings to print
in landscape view to ensure data does not extend past the right margin.
2.4. Viewing License Information
Click the link following Licensed to at the top of the Admin Console to display licensing information,
such as the licensee's name, contact information, and the configuration settings contained in the
If the cluster does not have a valid license, Unregistered displays instead of a company name.
For more information about licensing, see the DX Storage Getting Started Guide.