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Elastic Cloud Enterprise monitors many aspects of your installation, but some issues require a human to resolve them. Use this section to learn how you can:
- Find clusters that have issues.
- Move affected nodes off an allocator, if the allocator fails.
- Enable deployment logging and monitoring to keep an eye on the performance of deployments and debug stack and solution issues.
In addition to the monitoring of clusters that is described here, don’t forget that Elastic Cloud Enterprise also provides monitoring information for your entire installation. You can you also monitor the physical hosts machines on which Elastic Cloud Enterprise is installed.
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