The Swarm menu is only available to Docker Swarm endpoints.
This section provides an overview of your Swarm endpoint environment. You can view information about endpoints and nodes, view cluster information, and configure endpoint-specific settings.

Cluster status

This section describes the cluster's basic configuration, including the number of nodes, the Docker API version, and total CPU and memory available in the cluster. A link to the cluster visualizer is also included.


Lists all of the nodes in the cluster along with a summary of each node, including:
  • The role of the node.
  • The number of CPUs and memory available on the node.
  • The Docker Engine version running on the node.
  • The node's IP address.
  • The status and availability of the node.
Clicking on an individual node's name will take you to an overview page for that node.

Node overview

Host Details

This section describes the node's basic configuration, including the hostname, OS information, and total CPU and memory.

Engine Details

Information such as the Docker version and the available volume and network plugins helps you to understand more about the Docker engine running on your node.

PCI Devices and Physical Disks

These sections list the available PCI devices and physical disks on the node.
These sections are only visible when host management features are enabled for the cluster.
An example listing of PCI devices

Node Details

Here you'll find details about the node's configuration as part of the cluster. You can view the role, set the availability status of the node, view the current status and apply labels to the node.
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