Overview
The TigerGraph Admin Portal is a browser-based DevOps tool that provides users an overview of a running TigerGraph system, from an application and infrastructure point of view. It also allows the users to configure the TigerGraph system through a user-friendly interface. This guide serves as an introduction and quick-start manual for Admin Portal.
Admin Portal is certified on the following browsers:
Browser
Chrome
Safari
Firefox
Opera
Edge
Internet Explorer
Supported version
54.0+
11.1+
59.0+
52.0+
80.0+
10+
Not all features are guaranteed to work on other browsers.
Please make sure to enable JavaScript and cookies in your browser settings.

Log On

The Admin Portal and GraphStudio share the same port (14240). If you are logged in to one of the servers for your TigerGraph system, you can use localhost for your server IP address. The Admin Portal is on the admin page:
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http://<tigergraph_server_ip_address>:14240/admin/
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If user authentication has been enabled, users need to log in to access the Admin Portal.
If you are already at GraphStudio, click the Admin button
at the right end of the top menu bar to navigate to Admin Portal.

Page Layout

The Admin Portal v3.1 has three pages: Dashboard, Monitor, and Management. All the pages share the same Header, and Navigation Menu.
The layout of the Admin Portal is responsive to screen size. The layout will automatically adjust for devices with small screens like phones and tablets.
The full-screen version of the Admin Portal is shown below, with the Dashboard page selected.

Page Header

The Account icon
will open the user menu:
You can switch between a dark theme and a light theme. The light theme is shown below:
To sign out of the Admin Portal, click on the Sign out button in the Account menu.
Clicking on the Help button will take you to the documentation page containing this guide.
You can navigate to GraphStudio by clicking on
.

Cluster service status

The bottom of the navigation menu shows the cluster service status.

Session Timeout

Admin Portal has a default session timeout of 1 week. If, during this time, the user has no interaction with the page, the session will expire and the user will be logged out automatically. The timeout can be configured with:
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$ gadmin config set GUI.ClientIdleTimeSec[timeout]
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