About the Cloudera Observability Hive cluster service metrics
The Cloudera Observability Hive cluster service metrics are displayed as graphical reports that show the state, activity, and performance of your workload Hive service, including recommendations on how to resolve a problem. They help you monitor the health, performance, and workload usage of your Hive service for identifying and troubleshooting existing and potential problems.
Cloudera Observability collects diagnostic data from a series of health checks that are performed on your Hive service. When completed they are compared to their defined thresholds that determine if the service is Good, Concerning, or Bad and the results are displayed on the Analysis page, which is accessed from the Hive engine's Queries page.
|Green||Good- The health check result is normal and within the acceptable range.|
|Yellow||Concerning- The health check result has exceeded the Warning threshold limit and indicates a potential problem, which eventually must be resolved but does not have to be completed at this time. See the Recommendation actions.|
|Red||Bad- The health check result has exceeded the Critical threshold limit and indicates a serious problem, which must be resolved immediately. See the Recommendation actions.|
For descriptions of the Hive cluster health checks performed by Cloudera Observability, the severity conditions and thresholds, and what actions you should consider to resolve a problem, click the Related Information link below.
For more information about the Cloudera Manager health checks performed on the Hive service, click the Related Information link below.