When you log into the Tenant Management Console, the first page you see is the tenant Overview page. This page gives you a view of the tenant as a whole. It also shows the HCP system time.
To view the tenant Overview page, you need the monitor, administrator, security, or compliance role.
To return to the tenant Overview page from other Console pages, click Overview in the top-level menu.
The tenant Overview page shows three categories of statistics:
This category shows:
The total number of bytes available to the tenant for allocation to its namespaces. This is the hard quota for the tenant.
The total number of bytes currently occupied by stored data in all the tenant's namespaces. This includes object data, metadata (except ACLs), and any redundant data required to satisfy the namespace DPLs.
Used storage includes storage occupied by the parts of in-progress multipart uploads that have already been written to the tenant's namespaces. Used storage does not include replaced parts of multipart uploads, parts uploaded for aborted multipart uploads, or unused parts of completed multipart uploads.NoteReplaced parts, parts of aborted multipart uploads, and parts not included in completed multipart uploads are deleted automatically but not necessarily immediately.
The number of bytes still available for storing data in the tenant's namespaces.
This category shows:
The number of namespaces reserved for the tenant out of the total number of namespaces the system can have. This is also the maximum number of namespaces the tenant can own at any given time. If the tenant doesn’t have a quota, this field displays No Quota.
The number of namespaces currently owned by the tenant.
The number of additional namespaces the tenant can own if the tenant has a quota. If the tenant has no quota, this is the number of unallocated namespaces out of the total number of namespaces the system can have, minus the number of existing namespaces owned by tenants with no quota.
The total number of objects currently stored in all the tenant's namespaces. Each version of an object counts as a separate object. However, the object count does not include object versions that are delete markers.
Each multipart object counts as a single object. Objects that are in the process of being created by multipart uploads are not included in the object count.
The total number of indexed objects in all the tenant's namespaces. This is the number of objects in the index maintained by the search facility that’s currently selected for use with the Search Console.
This item appears only if the tenant has the search feature and a search facility is currently selected for use with the Search Console. In the case of the HDDS search facility, that facility must also be configured to show statistics.
This category shows:
- The numbers of locally authenticated and RADIUS-authenticated user accounts defined for the tenant. This information is shown only if the tenant supports local or RADIUS authentication.
- The number of group accounts defined for the tenant. This information is shown only if the tenant supports AD authentication and HCP support for AD is enabled at the system level.
Major tenant events
The Major Events section on the tenant Overview page lists log messages about major events related to the tenant and its namespaces (for example, the tenant permission mask was changed or a namespace was created). The list includes all such messages that have occurred since the tenant was created.
The list of messages in the Major Events section is a subset of the messages in the event log for the tenant. You can view all the tenant-level messages in the tenant event log in the All Events panel on the Tenant Events page.
By default, the messages in the Major Events section are listed ten at a time in reverse chronological order.
If the Overview page shows alerts instead of log messages, click the Major Events tab to display the log messages.
The Alerts section on the tenant Overview page shows alerts that indicate tenant-related conditions that may require human intervention (for example, the tenant is running low on unused space). This section is visible only if alerts currently exist for the tenant.
Each alert is represented by an icon accompanied by descriptive text.
If the Overview page shows log messages instead of alerts, click the Alerts tab to display the alerts.
The Features section on the tenant Overview page shows which of these features the tenant has:
If this feature is present, the tenant is eligible for replication. Additionally, when you create a namespace, you have the option of selecting it to be replicated with the tenant. You can also select and deselect existing namespaces for replication.
If this feature is not present, the tenant cannot be replicated, and you cannot select or deselect namespaces to be replicated with it.
Retention Mode Selection
If this feature is present, you can set the retention mode to either enterprise or compliance when you create a namespace. You can also change the retention mode of an existing namespace from enterprise to compliance, but you cannot do the reverse.
If this feature is not present, you can create namespaces only in enterprise mode and cannot change the retention mode of an existing namespace.
If this feature is present, you can create namespaces that support search. You can also enable and disable search for existing namespaces.
If this feature is not present, you cannot enable search for namespaces.
Service Plan Selection
If this feature is present, you can associate service plans with namespaces.
If this feature is not present, you cannot associate service plans with namespaces.
If this feature is present, you can create namespaces with versioning enabled. You can also enable and disable versioning for existing namespaces.
If this feature is not present, you cannot enable versioning for namespaces.
Tenant contact information
You can view contact information for the current tenant from the tenant Overview page. To view this information, click Contact Information.
To view the contact information for a tenant, you need the administrator role.
The contact information for a tenant is visible not only in the Tenant Management Console but also in the system-level administrative interface to the HCP system. HCP system administrators can use this information to notify you about systemwide events (such as a system shutdown for maintenance). Therefore, you should keep this information up to date.
Tenant permission mask
The Permissions section on the tenant Overview page shows:
- The permissions included in the inherited permission mask, which is the systemwide permission mask. These permissions are indicated by gray dots.
- The permissions included in the tenant permission mask. These permissions are indicated by orange dots.
- The permissions included in the effective permission mask for the tenant. These permissions are indicated by checkmarks.
The Description section on the tenant Overview page shows the description of the tenant, if a description exists. This description is visible only in the Tenant Management Console. It is not visible to HCP system-level administrators who don’t have administrative access to the tenant.
The tenant description appears below the tenant name on the login page for the Tenant Management Console.