I created a Perspective View for our cluster environment. If I show a cluster node, I can see the name of the cluster directly (and don’t have to search “Monitored Entity”).


Now I want to use it the other way around. If I open a cluster (-name) I want to see which cluster nodes exist.

I’ve tried some things but it seems that this information doesn’t exist.

Does anyone know a solution?


The only way for me to identify them is to connect remotely via powershell (WC001010 = clustername):


Tom79 commented
    • What you're likely doing is viewing a parent of the node to get the cluster name. To get the nodes, you would need to look at the children and the properties that are discovered against them.
    • That´s my problem. There is no "properties.nodeName" or something like this..