ocket8888 opened a new pull request #4302: Fixed unavailable cache servers not 
being highlighted in red
URL: https://github.com/apache/trafficcontrol/pull/4302
 
 
   ## What does this PR (Pull Request) do?
   - [x] This PR fixes #3504
   
   fixed an issue where caches that were marked down because 
"availableBandwidthKbps" was too high/low weren't getting marked as red in the 
GUI
   
   fixed an issue where caches that were deleted/no longer the TM's 
responsibility (don't appear in monitoring.json) weren't getting removed when 
they were in the first row of the table
   
   fixed an issue where extra rows were continuously added for servers instead 
of just updating existing rows
   
   stopped styling things in JS (for the cache-states table)
   
   bumped up the difference in color between the striped rows
   
   ## Which Traffic Control components are affected by this PR?
   - Traffic Monitor
   
   ## What is the best way to verify this PR?
   Build and run TM in a valid environment, check out the servers table. Things 
that have too high/low "availableBandwidthInKbps" should now be highlighted 
red. Also, the number of table rows should always exactly match the number of 
cache servers the TM is monitoring.
   
   ## If this is a bug fix, what versions of Traffic Control are affected?
   - master
   - 3.x
   - 4.0 (RC1)
   
   ## The following criteria are ALL met by this PR
   - [x] Tests are unnecessary
   - [x] Documentation is unnecessary
   - [x] An update to CHANGELOG.md is not necessary
   - [x] This PR includes any and all required license headers
   - [x] This PR does not include a database migration
   - [x] This PR **DOES NOT FIX A SERIOUS SECURITY VULNERABILITY**

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