Space Usage Details View

Teradata Viewpoint User Guide

brand
Analytical Ecosystem
prodname
Teradata Viewpoint
vrm_release
16.00
category
User Guide
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B035-2206-106K

Click a database name in the Space Usage view to access the details view. The details view displays space usage information about the selected database and the child databases and objects that it contains.

Use the sparkline to determine if the space usage has increased or decreased over time.

The following list describes the features in this view:

Database Hierarchy
Displays the database hierarchy of the currently selected database whose details are displayed. The hierarchy refers to the parent database that contains the currently selected database, the parent of the parent, and so on. Click on any database name displayed in the database hierarchy to navigate to and see the details for that database.
Add Space button
Reallocates permanent disk space from one database to another. This feature is available only for Teradata Database systems.
Table Actions
Clear Filters removes any content in the filter boxes.
Configure Columns allows you to choose the columns to display and set thresholds.
Export creates a .csv file containing all available data. If filters are used, only filtered data is exported.

For more information, see Summary Table Controls.

Sparkline
For the selected Teradata Database, displays the perm space usage over the last three months in the sparkline, where each data point on the sparkline is the amount of space usage recorded during a single day.

For the selected Teradata Aster database, displays the current space usage.

Mouse over the sparkline to display detailed information about the space usage in an information balloon.

To the right of the sparkline, view the current, peak, and maximum perm for Teradata Database and current space usage for Teradata Aster.

Filters
Displays data by showing only rows that match your filter criteria. Click the column headers to sort data in ascending or descending order.
Tabs
The Databases tab displays information for all databases that are direct children of the currently selected database. You can click a child database in the list to see its details.
The Objects tab displays information for objects contained in the currently selected database.
Database or Object Details
Displays metrics about the child databases of (Database tab) or objects contained by (Objects tab) the currently selected database.