This is a screenshot of the Grid Control High Availability Console and shows statistics for the Current View:

The page includes a Current view area showing and a Switch To menu where - Physical Standby is selected.

At the top of the page are the following tabs:

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The High Availability Console page is arranged into the following areas, Availability Summary, Backup and Recovery Summary, Data Guard Summary, Services Summary, Additional Links, Availability Events, Flash Recovery Usage, and Standby Databases.

For each area there are availability details and historical sections that provide more information.

The Availability Summary section shows basic information about the status and availability of the current database. The Availability Summary section displays the current Status of the database, the Up or Down, Instances, Up Since, Overall Availability, Cluster, ASM Instances, MAA Advisor.

Use the Availability Events section to view information about specific high availability events (alerts) for the current target and all related targets (includes standby databases and Oracle ASM instances). The event table lists the Severity, Message, Target, and Time of the event.

The Flash Recovery Area Usage includes a graph and usage.

The Backup/Recovery Summary shows: Last Backup, Output Size, Backup Type, Next Backup and Flashback Database (Enabled or Disabled).

The Data Guard Summary shows: Overall Status, Protection Mode, Fast Start Failover, Primary Database, Primary RECO Rate.

The Standby Databases area shows a list with columns: Name, Host/Cluster, Status, Role, Transport Log, Apply Log, Used Flash Recovery Area.

Use the Refresh button on the page to refresh manually or in 60 second or five minute intervals. When refreshing manually, metric data is collected in the background. The page displays a timestamp of the most recent time it was refreshed. You can customize the appearance of the page by clicking Customize to display the High Availability Console Options page.