Monitoring with the SAP Data Hub Monitoring Application
Logon to the SAP Data Hub Monitoring application to perform various monitoring actions.
Visualize status of graph executions with charts
|The home page of the monitoring application includes a pie chart
(donut chart) and a scatter chart.
The Pie chart provides information on:
Scatter ChartThe scatter chart includes a time period axis and duration of graph execution (in seconds) axis. This chart provides information on each graph execution and plots them in the scatter chart against the time of execution and duration of execution.
Each point in the chart represents a graph instance. Place the mouse cursor on one such point for more information on that particular graph instance.
In the Runtime Analysis pane, you can view the scatter chart. You can also configure the chart and view results for selected time period. In the chart header, select the required time period (Hour, Day, Week).
View graph execution summary
The bottom of the home page provides information on currently running graph instances, recently executed graph instances, and successfully executed graph instances.
View execution details of individual graph instances
|In the home page, choose the Instances
tab. The application displays a list view of the execution details
of all graph instances.
For each graph instance, the application provides information on the status of the graph execution, the graph execution name, graph name (the source of the graph in the repository), the time of execution, and more.
Click a graph instance to open the execution details pane. This pane displays more execution details and helps monitor the graph execution.
View subgraph execution details
When a graph execution triggers or spawns the execution of another graph, the latter is called a subgraph. You can configure the monitoring application to view execution details of all subgraph instances. In the menu bar, under the Instances tab, select Show Subgraphs. The application refreshes the list view and displays all subgraph instances along with all other graph instances.
Click a subgraph instance to open the execution details pane. This pane displays more execution details and helps monitor the subgraph execution. In the Overview tab, under the Parent field, the application displays the Handle Id of the subgraph’s parent. Click the Handle Id to open its parent graph execution details.
View subgraph hierarchy details
For a selected subgraph, you can view its parent graph or the complete hierarchy of graph instances associated with the subgraph.
In the Hierarchy dialog box, the application displays all graph instances associated with the subgraph and groups them as a hierarchical representation. Select a graph and choose View details to view more details on its execution.
Filter graph instances
|You can filter the graph execution that the application displays
based on the source name, execution status, time of execution and
more. In the Instances tab, choose
Filters and define the required filter
You can also filter and view graph instances executed in the same day, hour, or week. In the menu bar, select the required time period.
Open source graph
|For any selected graph instance, the application enables you to
launch the source graph in the SAP Data Hub Modeler.
The application launches the SAP Data Hub Modeler in a new browser tab with the source graph of the selected instance opened in the graph editor. You can view or edit graph configurations.
View graph configurations
|For any selected graph instance, you can view the configurations
defined for its source graph.
Stop a graph instance execution
If you want to stop the execution of a running graph instance,
You can stop the execution only if the graph status is running or pending.
Search graph instances
In the Instances tab, use the search bar to search for any graph instance based on the instance name or its source graph name.
Remove graph instance
If you want to remove a graph instance from the Pipeline engine,
You can remove the process only if the graph status is not running or pending.
Certain operators, such as the data workflow operators, logs information related to the operator execution. To view these logs,