In this separate window, you can click Customize to open the Console Preferences pop-up window.Use this dialog to change the buffer length and input method, as well as the appearance of the console.The widget displays CPU and memory usage as an animated bar and as a percentage of the usage for core processes only.CPU and memory usage for management processes (for example, for HTTPS connections to the web UI) is excluded.Each day, check the dashboard for obvious problems.By default, the Status dashboard contains the following widgets: provides a separate dashboard that displays the status of policies and the server pools they are associated with. In the default dashboard setup, widgets display the serial number and current system status of the appliance, including uptime, system resource usage, host name, firmware version, system time, and status of policy sessions..ezoic-wrapper img.wp-smiley, .ezoic-wrapper img.emoji .ezoic-wrapper #F8660_container img .ezoic-wrapper . F8660_fbz_row td, .ezoic-wrapper tr:nth-of-type(even), .ezoic-wrapper tr:nth-of-type(odd) .ezoic-wrapper .
Alternatively, you can copy and paste commands from or into the console. Click Detach to open the widget in a separate browser window.To display the default set of widgets on the dashboard, select Back to Default.To see the available options for a widget, position your mouse cursor over the icons in the widget’s title bar.Displays the status of high availability (HA) for this appliance, either Standalone or Active-Passive. Click Configure to configure the HA status for this appliance.See Configuring a high availability (HA) Forti Web cluster.