The use cases in this section help you to understand how PATROL for Elasticsearch is configured and functions in a real-world environment.
|Determining the availability of Shards||Check the health of your Cluster by monitoring the allocation of Shards (primary and replica) on the cluster|
|Monitoring the application disk space||Check if your Elasticsearch application is making good use of memory by monitoring the application disk space|
|Determining if the Elasticsearch queries need optimization||Check the response time of your search queries by monitoring the Elasticsearch queries|
|Determining the node with maximum data||Check which node has more data as compared to other nodes|
|Determining the optimum size of a node query cache||Check the query cache evictions by monitoring the node query cache|
|Determining the optimum size of a field data cache||Check the field data cache evictions by monitoring the field data cache|
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