RelativityOne Activity Dashboard

You can use the RelativityOne Activity Dashboard to obtain a high-level view of the health of your instances and users. The RelativityOne Activity Dashboard is comprised of these tabs:

  • User Performance.
  • Batch Operation Performance.
  • Data Utilization

This page contains the following information:

Note: The RelativityOne Activity Dashboard will not display data from Relativity Server instances.

Security permissions

The following minimum instance-level security permissions are required to view the RelativityOne Activity Dashboard. Users must be part of a group that is added at the instance level to view the tabs.

Object security Tab visibility Admin operations
  • Relativity One Dashboard - View
    • RelativityOne Dashboard Services Permission (child)
  • InstanceSetting - View
  • Workspace Portal Services - View
    • Workspace Portal Services Permission (child)
  • User Performance
  • Batch Operation Performance
  • Data Utilization
  • View Admin repository

Using RelativityOne Activity Dashboard

Keep the following considerations in mind when using the RelativityOne Activity dashboard:

  • Click on the Instance menu at the top of each tab to search for and select which instance you want to look at data from. You can only look at one instance at a time.
  • When the RelativityOne Activity Dashboard detects a change, a refresh banner appears at the top of the User Performance and Batch Operations tabs.
  • When you hover your mouse over a data point on a widget, that data point's information appears.
  • Native and Time Viewer Time

  • You can read a description of a widget and relevant information on the metric thresholds used to display colors by clicking Contextual help icon in the upper right corner of the widget.
  • Tables with the Workspace field display the user friendly name of workspaces when available. If a workspace is deleted, the Artifact ID will display.

User Performance tab

You can use the widgets and reports on the User Performance tab to see the health of your instance and what your users are experiencing. Some of the information depicted on the tab includes the number of active users, document load time, and document query time.

User Performance widgets

Located at the top of the User Performance tab, the User Performance widgets provide a quick and simple snapshot of user performance data from the last 60 minutes. Widgets refresh every five minutes.

User Performance widgets include:

  • Active Users - a chart showing how many unique users have accessed the selected instance(s) of Relativity over the last 60 minutes compared to the number of enabled users.
  • Native & Text Viewer Time - a chart showing a breakdown of Native and Text document load times over the last 60 minutes. Each view falls into one of three buckets:
    • Green - less than or equal to 0.5 seconds.
    • Yellow - between 0.5 and 1.5 seconds.
    • Red - greater than 1.5 seconds.
  • Image & Production Viewer Time - a chart showing a breakdown of Image and Production document load times over the last 60 minutes. Each view falls into one of three buckets:
    • Green - less than or equal to 2 seconds.
    • Yellow - between 2 and 4 seconds.
    • Red - greater than 4 seconds.
  • Document Query Time - a chart showing the breakdown of object load times over the last 60 minutes. Each load time falls into one of three buckets depending on the size of the query:
  •   1-200 docs 201-500 docs >500 docs
    Green - Less than 2 seconds 3 seconds 5 seconds
    Yellow - Between 2 and 4.5 seconds 3 and 6 seconds 5 and 14 seconds
    Red - Greater than 4.5 seconds 6 seconds 14 seconds
  • Long-Running Queries - a chart showing a breakdown of query run times over the last 60 minutes. Each query falls into one of two buckets.
    • Green - less than or equal to 2 seconds.
    • Red - greater than 2 seconds.

User Performance reports

The User Performance reports provide a greater level of detail than the User Performance widgets.

User Performance reports include:

  • Recent Long-Running Queries - a table showing a snapshot of long-running queries run within the last 60 minutes. You can use filter features with this table.
  • Doc-to-Doc Time - a scatter plot depicting the load time for documents and the number of document views. Each data point represents 0.5 seconds. You can use this to identify document load times that exceed the average document load time.
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    User performance graphs

  • Average Doc-to-Doc Time - a bar graph displaying the average load time over 30 days and current load time in seconds for documents.
  • Note: The Average Doc-to-Doc Time graph only graphs a current load time when a document has been viewed in the last 60 minutes.

  • Active Users - a line graph showing the total number of active users over 30 days.
  • Hours Logged In - a line graph showing the total number of hours users were logged into the environment over 30 days.
  • Daily History - a table providing a daily snapshot of user performance over a 30 day period. You can use filter features with this table.
    • Date - a timestamp indicating the calendar date.
    • Hours - the cumulative hours logged in the instance across all users.
    • Users - the peak number of unique users who logged into the instance for the day.
    • Enabled Users - the total number of user accounts that are enabled in the instance.
    • Doc Views - the total number of document view actions in the day.
    • Query Count - the number of user-initiated searches and view executions.
    • Long-Running Query Count - the number of user-initiated searches and view executions that lasted longer than two seconds.
  • Daily History table

Batch Operation Performance tab

You can use the Batch Operation Performance tab to see an overview of recent batch operations for both your Instance and workspaces. Instance batch operations include batch operations that are not associated with a specific workspace (e.g. ARM). The tab displays batch operation performance information via a collection of tables and graphs.

Batch Operation Performance reports include:

  • Recent Batch Operations - a table listing batch operations that have reported within the last 60 minutes. You can use filter features with this table.

    Recent Batch Operations table

      Notes:
    • Since stuck batch operations report hourly, the Recent Batch Operations report displays stuck batch operations, regardless of when they were submitted and until they are completed or removed. As a result, you can quickly see which jobs are stuck and have a status of "waiting" or "agent error."
    • If the name of the job can't be found, the Artifact ID will display.
  • Top 50 Recent Batch Operations - a Gantt chart shows the top 50 most recent batch operations run within the last 24 hours. The batch operations marked as Processing are comprised of both discovery and publishing jobs.

    Top 50 Recent Batch Operations

    Note: Batch operations that take less than five minutes might not display on the Gantt chart.

  • Completed Batch Operations table - a table detailing batch operations run within the last 24 hours. This table includes jobs that had an error. You can use filter features with this table.
  • Compeleted Batch Operations table

  • Volume graphs - a collection of six graphs that display volume data related to batch jobs.
    • Staging Explorer Volume - displays the amount of data transferred to and from RelativityOne over time.
    • Discover Volume - displays the amount of data discovered over a 30 day period prior to the current date.
    • Publish Volume - displays the amount of documents published over a 30 day period prior to the current date.
    • OCR Volume - displays OCR volume over a 30 day period prior to the current date.
    • Imaging Volume - displays the number of pages imaged over a 30 day period prior to the current date.
    • Production Volume - displays the number of pages produced over a 30 day period prior to the current date.
  • Daily History - a table providing a daily snapshot of batch operations over a 30 day period prior to the current date. You can use filter features with this table.
  • Note: The throughput calculation for imaging and OCRing gives credit for documents that have already been imaged or OCR’d. As a result, these throughputs may not be reflective of future throughputs.

Note: Small batch operations jobs that take less than 5 minutes may not appear on any of the Batch Operation Performance reports.

Data Utilization tab