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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 2000, 5000, and 6000 V3 Series V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2200 V3, 2600 V3 Video Surveillance Edition, 2600 V3, 5300 V3, 5500 V3, 5600 V3, 5800 V3, and 6800 V3. Based on the CLI, this document describes how to use various commands classified by functions and 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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ioperf query

ioperf query

Function

The ioperf query command is used to view the performance of a statistics object of a specified statistics type.

Format

ioperf query -t typeId -o objId {-m samplingType}

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

typeId

ID of a performance statistics type.

To obtain the value, run the "ioperf show types" command.

objId

Object ID.

To obtain the value, run the "ioperf show types" command.

samplingType

Sampling type ID.

A value of 0 or 1, the system default value is 0. The parameters are as follows:

  • 0:real time period sampling;
  • 1:history period sampling.

Views

Diagnostic view

Usage Guidelines

None

Example

View the performance statistics of type ID 3 object 0.

admin:/diagnose>ioperf query -t 3 -o 0 
Query realTime records. 
Performance Statistic of type (LUN) ID (3) object (0) 
Type Real Statistic Time      :     5000 (ms) 
Type History Statistic Time : 60000 (ms) 
Object Real Statistic Time :     3257 (ms) 
Object History Statistic Time : 60000 (ms) 
Object Last Real Tick         : 24734337485272 
Object Last History Tick      : 24731080437045 
Object is syncing switch      :        0 
Is Main Timer              :        1 

Read ratio      :        0 (%) 
Write ratio     :        0 (%) 
Utilization         :        0 (%) 
Queue depth         :        0 
Avg Rsp time        :        0 (us) 
Avg Read Rsp time :        0 (us) 
Avg Write Rsp time  :        0 (us) 
Serve time          :        0 (us) 
Max bandwidth :        0 (MB/s) 
Max IOPS        :        0 (IO/s) 
Max Rsp Time :        0 (us) 
Bandwidth       :        0 (MB/s) 
IOPS            :        0 (IO/s) 
Read bandwidth  :        0 (MB/s) 
Read size       :        0 (Bytes) 
Read IOPS       :        0 (IO/s) 
Write bandwidth :        0 (MB/s) 
Write size      :        0 (Bytes) 
Write IOPS      :        0 (IO/s) 
Avg Io Size     :        0 (Bytes) 
Cache page poss value :        0 (%) 
Cache chunk poss value :        0 (%) 
The cumulative count of I/Os                               :                0  
The cumulative count of data transferred in Kbytes         :                0 (KBytes) 
The cumulative elapsed I/O time (us)                       :                0 (us) 
The cumulative count of all reads                          :                0  
The cumulative count of data read in Kbytes                :                0 (KBytes) 
The cumulative count of all writes                         :                0  
The cumulative count of data write in Kbytes               :                0 (KBytes) 
==================== IO SIZE DISTRIBUTION ===================== 
[0KB, 1KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[1KB, 2KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[2KB, 4KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[4KB, 8KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[8KB, 16KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[16KB,  32KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[32KB,  64KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[64KB, 128KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[128KB,256KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[256KB,512KB) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[512KB, infi) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
Number of failed read        :        0  
Number of failed write       :        0  
==================== IO DELAY DISTRIBUTION ===================== 
[0ms, 5ms) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[5ms, 10ms) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[10ms,  20ms) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[20ms,  50ms) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[50ms, 100ms) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[100ms,200ms) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 
[200ms, infi) [READ: 0       WRITE: 0] 

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

Type Real Statistic Time

Type real statistic time set by user.

Type History Statistic Time

Type history statistic time set by user.

Object Real Statistic Time

Object real statistic time.

Object History Statistic Time

Object history statistic time.

Object Last Real Tick

Object last real tick.

Object Last History Tick

Object last history tick.

Object is syncing switch

Object is syncing switch.

Is Main Timer

Is main timer.

Read ratio

Read hit ratio (%).

Write ratio

Total data volume of write I/Os in the sample period.

Utilization

Utilization.

Queue depth

Queue depth.

Avg Rsp time

Average response time.

Avg Read Rsp time

Average read response time.

Avg Write Rsp time

Average write response time.

Serve time

Average service time.

Max bandwidth

Maximum bandwidth.

Max IOPS

Maximum IOPS.

Max Rsp Time

Maximum response latency.

Bandwidth

Average bandwidth.

IOPS

Average IOPS.

Read bandwidth

Average read bandwidth.

Read size

Average read I/O size.

Read IOPS

Average read IOPS.

Write bandwidth

Average write bandwidth.

Write size

Average write I/O size.

Write IOPS

Average write IOPS.

Avg Io Size

Average I/O size.

Cache page poss value

Cache page possession value.

Cache chunk poss value

Cache chunk possession value.

The cumulative count of I/Os

Total number of accumulated I/Os.

The cumulative count of data transferred in Kbytes

The cumulative count of data transferred in Kbytes.

The cumulative elapsed I/O time (us)

The cumulative elapsed I/O time (us).

The cumulative count of all reads

The cumulative count of all reads.

The cumulative count of data read in Kbytes

The cumulative count of data read in Kbytes.

The cumulative count of all writes

The cumulative count of all writes.

The cumulative count of data write in Kbytes

The cumulative count of data write in Kbytes.

IO SIZE DISTRIBUTION

I/O size distribution.

Number of failed read

Number of failed read.

Number of failed write

Number of failed write.

IO DELAY DISTRIBUTION

I/O delay distribution.

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