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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 2800 V3 V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2800 V3. Based on the CLI, this document describes how to use various commands classified by functionsand how to set the CLI and manage the storage system through these commands. The document that you browse online matches the latest C version of the product. Click Download to download documents of other C versions.
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drvunf showiniioprofile

drvunf showiniioprofile

Function

The drvunf showiniioprofile command is used to collect latency statistics of the initiator driver.

Format

drvunf showiniioprofile portid

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

portid

Port ID.

For example, 0x110000. To obtain the value, run the "drvunf showportinfo" command.

Views

Diagnostic view

Usage Guidelines

None

Example

Display latency statistics.

admin:/diagnose>drvunf showiniioprofile 0x110000 
INI IO statistics on port:0x110000 On. 
                 Range, R/W, TYPE, IO Count, HWStartIO, ScsiCompleted, CmndDone 
[       0h,        1h), R/-,  Min,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h,      1h), R/-,  Ave,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h,        1h), R/-,  Max,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h,        1h), -/W,  Min,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h,      1h), -/W,  Ave,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h,        1h), -/W,  Max,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[     200h,      201h), R/-,  Min,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[     200h,      201h), R/-,  Ave,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[     200h,      201h), R/-,  Max,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[     200h,      201h), -/W,  Min,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[     200h,      201h), -/W,  Ave,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[     200h,      201h), -/W,  Max,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[ 1000h,     1001h), R/-,  Min,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[ 1000h,     1001h), R/-,  Ave,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[ 1000h,     1001h), R/-,  Max,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[ 1000h,     1001h), -/W,  Min,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[ 1000h,     1001h), -/W,  Ave,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[ 1000h,     1001h), -/W,  Max,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h, FFFFFFFFh), R/-,  Min,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[  0h, FFFFFFFFh), R/-,  Ave,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h, FFFFFFFFh), R/-,  Max,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h, FFFFFFFFh), -/W,  Min,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h, FFFFFFFFh), -/W,  Ave,          0,           0,           0,           0 
[       0h, FFFFFFFFh), -/W,  Max,          0,           0,           0,           0

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

Range

I/O size, such as 512 bytes and 4096 bytes.

TYPE

Minimum/Average/Maximum I/O latency in each phase.

R/W

Read/Write request type.

IO Count

I/O request count.

HWStartIO

Time when the initiator driver sends I/Os to the chip.

ScsiCompleted

Time when the initiator chip completes the I/O command and sends it to the driver.

CmndDone

Time when the initiator driver completes the I/O command and sends it to ULP.

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Updated: 2019-07-12

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