UiPath Orchestrator Guide

About Monitoring

Orchestrator provides you with a monitoring solution which gives you real-time metrics to help you keep an eye on the health and state of your system. Be it in regards to Robots, Queues or Jobs, the Monitoring page in your Orchestrator instance allows you to check the state of your system in either the last hour or last day.

Permissions

The monitoring functionality is controlled by a general-purpose permission set (Monitoring), per-entity permissions (Robots, Queues, Jobs) and filter-pertaining permissions (Environments). In order to give permissions on one component, you need to grant View permissions on Monitoring, and View permissions on the component itself, otherwise the corresponding pages are not displayed at all.

Explicitly:

  • View on Monitoring + View on Robots - allows you to see the content of the Monitoring > Robots pages.
  • View on Monitoring + View on Queues - allows you to see the content of the Monitoring > Queues pages.
  • View on Monitoring + View on Jobs - allows you to see the content of the Monitoring > Jobs pages.

Additionally:

  • Edit on Monitoring + View on Robots - allows you to disable errors from the Error Feed widget on the Monitoring > Robots page.
  • Edit on Monitoring + View on Queues - allows you to disable errors from the Error Feed widget on the Monitoring > Queues page.
  • Edit on Monitoring + View on Jobs - allows you to disable errors from the Error Feed widget on the Monitoring > Jobs page.
  • View on Environments - allows you to filter the pages by environment. Only relevant for the Robots and Jobs components.

Interface

There are three options to choose from on the Monitoring page (Robots, Queues, and Jobs), each concerning the corresponding resource as found in Orchestrator. By default, the Robots component is selected. You can switch between them as follows:

For each component there are two views available, depending on the level of detail you require:

  • General View - displays monitoring information concerning all the resources of the selected type. For example, for the Robots component, the Monitoring page displays information about all the existing Robots on an aggregate basis.
  • Individual View - displays monitoring information concerning one specific resource of the selected type. For example, for the Robots component, the Monitoring page displays information pertaining to health of one Robot, as selected by the user from the general view. You can return to the general view by clicking the arrow on the top-left of the page.

Each component comes with specific filters, which enable you to isolate the displayed data as desired. The Interval filter is the only one displayed on all monitoring pages, as it allows you to control the granularity of the displayed data and check the health of your system in either the last day or the last hour.

More in-depth information about each component, its filters, and how to interpret widgets in a monitoring context, on the corresponding pages:


About Monitoring


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