View Device Details

The Devices page in JFrog Connect shows a list of devices and takes you on a deep dive into the device you choose. You can also edit device details, get logs, and send commands to the device.

List of Devices

To view a list of devices and details about each device, go to the Devices page. The devices appearing in the list are according to the passive filter set at the top. If you do not see the device you are looking for, you can try the following:

  • Change the passive filter

  • Page through the list using the arrows below the list

  • Use the Search bar to search by ID, name, description, tag, app name, or MAC address

Device Details

To drill down into the detailed device information, click a device in the list and scroll down to the information panels. The panels show information about the device and in some cases, enable you to edit information or run commands:

  • General Details: The general details include ID, Name, Group, Last Seen, Location, Description, Update Trigger, and Agent Version. If you click Edit, you can edit some of these.

  • Technical Details: In this panel, you can see a list of the Monitored Processes, the MAC Addresses, the IP Address, the Device OS, and the CPU, RAM, and Disk Usage.

  • Log Details: You can get information about the Latest Fetched Log, API Logs, and the Update History.

  • Application Details: Configure a new application on the device or edit an existing one.

  • Alerts: See a shortlist of the latest alerts. You can also click Alerts and go to the full list.

  • Data Monitor: See information from the data monitor.

  • Control Commands: Run commands directly on the device.

Edit Device Details

You can change some of the general configuration settings of the device. Click Edit in the General Details panel.

  • Name: Change the name of the device.

  • Group: Choose a group name from the list. This will cause the device to belong to a different group.

  • Description: Enter a brief description of the device or change the existing description.

  • Update Trigger: This creates a flag that determines if the device is available to receive updates. When the trigger is On, the device cannot receive updates. The device can receive updates only when the switch is turned Off.


Choose the method by which the device location is determined:

  • Automatic Location: Google Maps geolocation determines the location of the device based on the device’s public IP address. The location could change if you refresh locations.

  • Manual Location: The device location is the location that you enter manually in the field below. Google Maps validates the location when you enter it, and then it will not change if you run a refresh.


After making your edits to the General Details, click Save.

What’s Next?

Learn more about how to set alerts.

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