The Faults widget displays detailed information about faults experienced by an object

A fault score indicates the degree of problems that the object is experiencing. It includes events such as loss of redundancy in NICs or HBAs, memory checksum errors, HA failover problems and CIM events.

The Faults widget configuration options are used to customize each instance of the widget that you add to your dashboards.

In the menu, click Dashboard > Actions > Create Dashboard to add a dashboard or click Dashboard > Actions > Edit Dashboard to edit the selected dashboard. In the Dashboard workspace, on the left, click Widget List, and drag a widget to the right pane of the dashboard. On the title bar of the selected widget, click the Edit Widget icon to access the configuration options.

To configure a widget, click the Edit Widget icon on the widget title bar.

Option

Description

Title

Enter a custom title that identifies this widget from other instances that are based on the same widget template.

Refresh Content

Enable or disable the automatic refreshing of the data in this widget.

Refresh Interval

If you enable the Refresh Content option, specify how often to refresh the data in this widget .

Self Provider

Indicates whether the objects for which data appears in the widget are defined in the widget or provided by another widget.

On. You define the objects for which data appears in the widget.

Off. You configure other widgets to provide the objects to the widget using the dashboard widget interactions options.

Selected Object

Object that is the basis for the widget data.

This text box is populated by the object you select in the Objects list.

Object List

List of objects in your environment that you can search or sort by column so that you can locate the object on which you are basing the data that appears in the widget.