Thesection is a dashboard that contains a summary of the configuration files that are managed by your organization in SUSE Manager. There are different panes listing files that are managed centrally in configuration channels and files that are managed locally with individual system profiles.
For more information about managing configuration files, see 配置管理.
- Configuration Summary
Provides quick information about your configuration files. Click the blue text to the right to display:
Systems with managed configuration files
Centrally managed configuration files
Locally managed configuration files
- Configuration Actions
Configuration Actionsoffers direct access to the most common configuration management tasks:
View clients with managed configuration files
View all managed configuration files
View all managed configuration channels
Create a new configuration channel
Enable configuration management on clients
- Recently Modified Configuration Files
The list shows which files have changed when and to which channel they belong. If no files have been changed, no list appears.
Table 1. Recently Modified Configuration Files Columns Column Description
Absolute filename of the configuration file.
Name of the configuration channel.
The time and date the file was modified.
Click the name of a file to see its
Detailspage. Click the channel name to see its
- Recently Scheduled Configuration File Deployments
Each scheduled action is listed along with the status of the action. Any scheduled configuration task, from enabling configuration management on a system to deploying a specific configuration file, is displayed. Here you can quickly assess if all tasks have been successfully carried out or fix any problems.
Table 2. Scheduled Configuration File Deployments Columns Column Description
Host name of the system where you want to deploy the configuration file.
Files to be Deployed
Number of files to be deployed.
The user who scheduled the job.
The time and date the file deployment will happen.
Status of the deployment:
Clicking the blue status text displays thepage for the specified system.