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Command Reference

OceanStor 2800 V3 V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2800 V3. Based on the CLI provided by the DeviceManager, this document describes how to use variouscommands classified by functions and how to set the CLI and manage the storage system throughthese 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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show performance cifs_share

show performance cifs_share

Function

The show performance cifs_share command is used to query performance statistics on a CIFS share. Run this command to analyze the performance statistics on a CIFS share in real time.

Format

show performance cifs_share share_id=?

show performance cifs_share share_id_list=?

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

share_id=?

ID of the CIFS file share whose performance statistics you want to check.

To obtain the value, run the "show share cifs" command.

share_id_list=?

ID list of the CIFS file shares whose performance statistics you want to check.

  • To obtain the value, run the "show share cifs" command.
  • Separate the share IDs with commas (,).
  • A maximum of 50 IDs can be queried.

Level

Guest

Usage Guidelines

  • You will be prompted with optional performance statistics categories upon running this command. In this condition, typing a number or multiple numbers (separated by commas) for the selected categories and pressing "Enter" displays the performance statistics for those categories.
  • Performance statistics will be updated in real time.
  • Typing "q" on the command line interface (CLI) exits the active performance statistics display.

Example

Show the performance statistics for the CIFS share "1".

admin:/>show performance cifs_share share_id=1 
0.The cumulative count of file I/O operations for the object,including metadata I/O operations 
1.The cumulative count of bytes transferred for all of the file I/O operations as defined in the "TotalIOs" property 
2.The cumulative count of file I/O operations that were directed to the object and that performed a transfer of data from the file contents 
3.The cumulative count of file I/O operations that were directed to the object and that performed a transfer of data to the file contents 
4.The cumulative count of file I/O operations that were directed to the object and that did not perform a transfer of data either to or from the file contents 
Input item(s) number separated by comma:0 
  The cumulative count of file I/O operations for the object,including metadata I/O operations : 0

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

The cumulative count of file I/O operations for the object,including metadata I/O operations

Cumulative count of file I/O operations for the object, including metadata I/O operations.

The cumulative count of bytes transferred for all of the file I/O operations as defined in the "TotalIOs" property

Cumulative count of bytes transferred for all of the file I/O operations as defined in the "TotalIOs" property.

The cumulative count of file I/O operations that were directed to the object and that performed a transfer of data from the file contents

Cumulative count of file I/O operations that were directed to the object and that performed a transfer of data from the file contents.

The cumulative count of file I/O operations that were directed to the object and that performed a transfer of data to the file contents

Cumulative count of file I/O operations that were directed to the object and that performed a transfer of data to the file contents.

The cumulative count of file I/O operations that were directed to the object and that did not perform a transfer of data either to or from the file contents

Cumulative count of file I/O operations that were directed to the object and that did not perform a transfer of data either to or from the file contents.

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Updated: 2019-07-12

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