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OceanStor 9000 V300R006C00 Object Storage Service (Compatible with OpenStack Swift APIs) Administrator Guide 07

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Viewing System Status

Viewing System Status

You can view cluster status, alarms, and performance reports of the OceanStor 9000. When an anomaly occurs, you can locate faulty nodes and view their status.

Procedure

  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. View the system status.
    1. View the cluster status.

      In the Basic Information area on the Home page, view the cluster status.

      Normally, Health Status and Running Status of a cluster are Normal and Running respectively.

      If status such as Faulty, Part Broken, or Degrade is displayed, clear related alarms by taking recommended actions.

    2. View the node status.

      Choose System > Device View. On the Nodes tab page, view the status of each node.

      Normally, Health Status and Running Status of a node are Normal and Online respectively.

      If Health Status is Unknown or Faulty, or Running Status is Unknown or Offline, clear related alarms by taking recommended actions.

    3. View the status of the node object service.

      Choose System > Device View. On the Nodes tab page, click the node name. On the Basic Node Information tab page, view the status of the node object service, as shown in Figure 13-2.

      Figure 13-2  Viewing the status of nodes status and the object service

      Normally, the Object Service health Status is Normal, the Object Service Operating Status is Running.

      If abnormal status is displayed, clear related alarms by taking recommended actions.

    4. Optional: View the status of network ports.

      Choose System > Device View. On the Nodes tab page, click the node name. Click the Ports tab and view the status of network ports.

      Normally, Health Status and Running Status of a network port are Normal and Connected respectively.

      If abnormal status is displayed, clear related alarms by taking recommended actions.

      NOTE:

      If an IB network is in use, Read/Write Bandwidth of the back-end storage network port is --.

  3. View alarms.
    1. In Alarms in the upper right corner, view new alarms based on the alarm generation time (Occurred On).
    2. In Alarms, click an alarm. The Current Alarms page is displayed.
    3. Optional: You can search for desired alarms by alarm severity and generation time.
    4. Select an alarm and clear the alarm by taking actions displayed in Suggestion.
  4. View performance reports.

    In Performance in the lower left corner, view system performance information.

    In the Performance area on the Home page, a line chart is used to display system performance information about OceanStor 9000. In the line chart, the X axis represents time and the Y axis represents information items. Table 13-5 lists the system performance parameters of OceanStor 9000.

    Table 13-5  System performance parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Object Storage DELETE Requests per 10 seconds

    Indicates the average count of the completed DELETE requests that are processed by the OceanStor 9000 cluster. The value is a mean calculated at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    Object Storage GET Requests per 10 seconds

    Indicates the average count of the completed GET requests that are processed by the OceanStor 9000cluster. The value is a mean calculated at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    Object Storage PUT Requests per 10 seconds

    Indicates the average count of the completed PUT requests that are processed by the OceanStor 9000 cluster. The value is a mean calculated at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    Object Storage DELETE Requests Failures per 10 seconds

    Indicates the average count of DELETE requests that the OceanStor 9000 cluster fails to process. The value is a mean calculated at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    Object Storage DELETE Requests Failures due to Clients per 10 seconds

    Indicates the average count of DELETE requests that the OceanStor 9000 cluster fails to process due to clients. The value is a mean calculated at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    Object Storage GET Requests Failures per 10 seconds

    Indicates the average count of GET requests that the OceanStor 9000 cluster fails to process. The value is a mean calculated at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    Object Storage GET Requests Failures due to Clients per 10 seconds

    Indicates the average count of GET requests that the OceanStor 9000 cluster fails to process due to clients. The value is a mean calculated at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    Object Storage PUT Requests Failures per 10 seconds

    Indicates the average count of PUT requests that the OceanStor 9000 cluster fails to process. The value is a mean calculated at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    Object Storage PUT Requests Failures due to Clients per 10 seconds

    Indicates the average count of PUT requests that the OceanStor 9000 cluster fails to process due to clients. The value is a mean calculated at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    Object Storage Service Access Failure Rate per 10 seconds

    Indicates the failure rate that the OceanStor 9000 cluster fails to access services at a statistical interval of 10 seconds.

    NOTE:
    • If the primary management node becomes faulty or restarts unexpectedly, a backup node takes over the services automatically and the values of items in the report may become 0 for a maximum of two seconds.
    • The calculation for the following parameters does not include the 503 error (caused by system overload or system maintenance): Object Storage DELETE Requests Failures per 10 seconds, Object Storage DELETE Requests Failures due to Clients per 10 seconds, Object Storage GET Requests Failures per 10 seconds, Object Storage GET Requests Failures due to Clients per 10 seconds, Object Storage PUT Requests Failures per 10 seconds, Object Storage PUT Requests Failures due to Clients per 10 seconds and Object Storage Service Access Failure Rate per 10 seconds.

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Updated: 2019-04-28

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