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Hiding objects with "up" status

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If you are not concerned about objects that are healthy and have an Up status, you can set up your display to limit the number of Up objects shown by default within each category. This is useful in troubleshooting situations, allowing you to only see objects in distress while limiting the visible number of objects that are healthy.

Additionally, you can hide the number of Up objects by changing the value to 0.

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An environment with a large number of objects that are not in an Up state may benefit from using this limited view option.

For more information, see Understanding AppStack.

 

 

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15:13, 18 Jul 2016

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