Device Health Status

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Manu_Shankar
L1 Bithead

Device Health Status

Hi Team, 

We have few firewalls (5520,5260, 3220 and 3260) managed by Panorama. I wanted to check the health status of those firewall. I found some of them are in Deviating Devices list due to the memory / CPU consumption. For example, in some devices the memory is 18% and it is in Deviating Devices list. Some devices memory utilization is 22 %, but that devices are not in the Deviating Devices list. 

 

May I please know;

 

What is the threshold value for memory and CPU?

Can we consider 25 or 30 % memory utilization as an healthy device? 

 

Thanks,

Manu

 

SutareMayur
L6 Presenter

Hi @Manu_Shankar ,

 

Panorama monitors the overall health of managed gateways. When any managed gateway deviates from its calculated baseline, Panorama displays it as Deviating Device. These are the devices that have any metric which are deviating from their calculated base line and display such metrics in RED color. The baseline is determined by doing avg. of health performance of a metric over 7 days period plus standard deviation.

 

If you want to see baseline calculated for any particular parameter, you can click on the show Snapshot on the metric value to see it. PFB snap for reference.

 

Baseline SnapCapture.PNG

 

Hope it helps!

Mayur S.
Manu_Shankar
L1 Bithead

 

Hi @SutareMayur ,

 

Thanks for the response. My question was how much memory and CPU utilization we can consider as safe / devices is healthy? My intention is to make sure that the device is in healthy condition. 

 

Thanks,

Manu

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