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When you open the Administration editor for a particular SAP HANA system, the Overview tab provides you with a summary of the overall status of the system, as well as an overview of resource usage.

The following figure shows an example of the system overview of a distributed system.

Resource usage values are presented in such a way that you can compare the SAP HANA system with the operating system as a whole.

If the system is distributed, resource usage values are aggregated across all hosts. An additional bar shows the host with the highest (most critical) resource usage.

The bars indicating resource usage (memory, CPU, and disk) change color (green, yellow, and red) based on configurable check thresholds.

Reference: SAP HANA Administration Guide  (See page no 66) – Google hana_admin_en.pdf to download detailed Administration guide

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  1. Lars Breddemann

    Hi Kavashgar Manimarpan!

    Thanks for taking all the time to contribute to the SCN community by posting your blogs.

    I find it quite a good thing that you include references to the source documents you base your posts upon (why don’t you hyperlink them? That’s what we have links for…) and also including screen shots is often a good way to deliver a specific point.

    However, I don’t like too much to read about things that have already been explained in the documentation or about stuff that is just common knowledge (for the domain of interest).

    Besides, there’s no personal twist in your blog posts (so far).

    Why not?

    That’s what would interest me. Learning your approach to SAP HANA and seeing how you figured out this or that.

    Something that isn’t trivial, obvious or simple technical “current-state” description.

    So that’s just my personal point of view. Keep on with releasing blog posts and get better at it!

    – Lars

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    1. Former Member Post author

      HiLars,

      Thanks for your valuable feedback , I’m very pleased to get advise from mentors like you in the community.

      I will make sure that I will include hyperlinks and screen shots in my future posts

      Regards,

      Kavashgar M

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