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View the health and details of clusters

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After you add Kubernetes clusters to Astra Control, you can view details about the cluster, such as its location, the worker nodes, persistent volumes, and storage classes.

  1. In the Astra Control Service UI, select Clusters.

  2. On the Clusters page, select the cluster whose details you want to view.

    Note If a cluster is in removed state yet cluster and network connectivity appears healthy (external attempts to access the cluster using Kubernetes APIs are successful), the kubeconfig you provided to Astra Control might no longer be valid. This can be due to certificate rotation or expiration on the cluster. To correct this issue, update the credentials associated with the cluster in Astra Control using the Astra Control API.
  3. View the information on the Overview, Storage, and Activity tabs to find the information that you're looking for.

    • Overview: Details about the worker nodes, including their state.

    • Storage: The persistent volumes associated with the compute, including the storage class and state.

    • Activity: The activities related to the cluster.

Note You can also view cluster information starting from the Astra Control Service Dashboard. On the Clusters tab under Resource summary, you can select the managed clusters, which takes you to the Clusters page. After you get to the Clusters page, follow the steps outlined above.