Node's services details are not part of the /cluster-status endpoint response anymore since the new Status Reporter was introduced (ref.: ).
Consequences can be observed in both - CLI and UI.
The users can run `cfy cluster status --json` as part of their CLI, or use the equivalent API call.
Example response in 5.0.5 was:
In 5.1 we can see limited response:
A feature in Cluster Status widget showing node services with its statuses (eg. Cloudify Composer, Management Worker, Webserver) on hovering cluster service (eg. Manager) status - is not working anymore. See screenshot from Cluster Status widget documentation for better understanding how it looked like before.
If we won't bring back /cluster-status endpoint response to the original shape, Cluster Status widget should be updated with one of the following ways:
Try to fetch missing node's services status using the UI backend as it should be available on the nodes - at least manager node - in /status endpoint, see status API documentation
Turn off displaying services popup on hovering node status icon
Patroni is displayed in db nodes (in a cluster environment, not AIO though). Here are some screenshots I’ve just made in a small cluster env:
This looks great! I actually meant HA-proxy, not Patroni (sorry for the confusion), I was under the impression that it resides on the manager, not the DB. was I wrong?
You are right. It should be assigned to manager. I’ll patch the sources.
The source is patched and here are the screenshots (db and manager)