Icons are used throughout the RightScale Dashboard. They are defined below with their icon, a short definition, and sometimes a longer explanation. Icons in the Dashboard fall into four main categories:
Typically action icons serve a single purpose. However, some action icons below are used for more than one purpose. For example, the Attach and Launch action icon is the same , but serves a different purpose depending on context in the Dashboard.
An active Alert that was triggered.
Alert that has not been triggered.
Attach a VPN gateway.
Edit the selected resource. For example, edit an alert specification.
Delete a RightScale component, such as a ServerTemplate, RightScript or Macro. Note: The Delete action icon is also an Action Button.
Detach a VPN gateway.
When using the 'Detect Changes in HEAD' action item, this icon will appear and can be selected to display differences between current script revision and HEAD revision.
Disassociate an IP address with a Server. For example, disassociate an AWS Elastic IP (EIP).
Launch an instance in the cloud.
Indicates the RightScale component (e.g. Deployment) is locked. The Lock icon is a toggle. Clicking it will set status to "unlock", making it editable.
A newer revision of a RightScript is available. When clicked, a popup box is presented, allowing you to select a different revision.
Rebid or change the bid price for an AWS Spot Instance.
Create a Snapshot from a Volume.
Open an SSH console window on a specific Server.
Terminate a Server. See also Server States.
Standard informational icons are defined below. Most icons are static, but a few do change the display in the Dashboard, yet take not action with respect to any cloud asssets. (For example, expand/collapse graphs or hide/show columns. The display is changed but there is no impact with respect to any Deployment or Server assets you are managing in the cloud.)
An instance has been launched, and its current state is "booting". See also Server States.
Collapse the Cluster Monitoring graphs.
A Server is in the decommissioning process. See also Server States.
Expand the Cluster Monitoring graphs.
Select what columns to hide or show for a screen in the primary display of the Dashboard. Select Defaults to return to the default display for that page.
General or additional information. Hover over the information icon to get a more detailed Input description.
A Server whose state is "offline". The same icon is used for "stopped" Servers. See also Server States.
A Server is up, running and in an "operational" state. See also Server States.
An instance has been launched, and its current state is "pending". See also Server States.
Select what columns to show or hide for a screen in the primary display of the Dashboard. Select Defaults to return to the default display for that page.
A Server whose state is "stopped". A true "stopped Server" is currently an AWS EC2 centric term. The same icon is used for "offline" Servers. See also Server States.
Click any of the Event Icons in the Event Header to toggle whether that category of event is displayed in the Events pane or not. Event icons are in the left pane (unless the pane is collapsed).
Some sort of error has occurred.
General information category. Synonymous with a Notification Event.
Lifecycle Event such as when an instance goes operational, or gets terminated.
Notification information. Same as a Information Event. The terms can be used interchangeably.
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