Table of Contents
The Couchbase Web Console is the main tool for managing your Couchbase installation. The Web Console provides the following tabs:
Cluster Overview: a quick guide to the status of your Couchbase cluster.
For more information, read Section 6.1, “Viewing Cluster Summary”.
Data Buckets: view and update data bucket settings. You can create new buckets, edit existing settings, and see detailed statistics on the bucket.
Server Nodes: shows your active nodes, their configuration and activity. Under this tab you can also fail over nodes and remove them from your cluster, view server-specific performance, and monitor cluster statistics.
Views: is were you can create and manage your views functions for indexing and querying data. Here you can also preview results from views.
Documents: you can be create and edit documents under this tab. This enables you to view and modify documents that have been stored in a data bucket and can be useful when you work with views.
Log: displays errors and problems.
See Section 6.7, “Log” for more information.
Settings: under this tab you can configure the console and cluster settings.
See Section 6.8, “Settings” for more information.
In addition to these sections of the Couchbase Web Console, there are additional systems within the web console, including:
Update notifications indicates when there is an update available for the installed Couchbase Server. See Section 6.9, “Updating Notifications” for more information on this feature.
Warnings and Alerts
Warnings and alerts in Web Console will notify you when there is an issue that needs to be addressed within your cluster. The warnings and alerts can be configured through Section 6.8, “Settings”.
For more information on the warnings and alerts, see Section 6.10, “Warnings and Alerts”.