Update/Upgrade state Open file handlers, used semaphores and connections Memory usage Redis (internal key/value store) The MySQL database License validity Processing queue sizes Disk usage iVM and mobile VM state RAID state
There is no hardware monitoring done by this process. This means health monitor does not cover any system temperatures, S.M.A.R.T. states, fan states or other hardware features.
Checking Rules and current state
Checking the currently applied health rules can be done by navigating to https://<maa-ip>/rapi/system/health_rules in the browser, or by using the API: curl -X GET -k https://<maa-ip>/rapi/system/health_rules?token=<api-token> Output format is JSON
To get the current health state detail hover the mouse cursor above the health icon in the UI:
Or you can query /rapi/system/health the same way like the health rules (Browser and API)