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Advanced O&M Command Reference
OceanStor 2800 V5 V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2800 V5. 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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show file_system top

show file_system top


The show file_system top command is used to collect the information about the file systems that are accessed the most in a specified period and display the information.


show file_system top [ iteration=? ] [ sort_key=? ] [ row=? ]





row=? Number of top file systems to be displayed.


iteration=? Times that the command is executed to perform statistics.


sort_key=? Sorting keyword.



Developer view

Usage Guidelines

  • The command can be used to collect statistics at a time or multiple times. Parameter "iteration" specifies the number of statistics times. If the value of "iteration" is 0, the command is executed infinitely.
  • Performance data will be updated in real time.
  • Press q to exit from the performance data page.


Query top n file systems with the highest OPS.

developer:/>show file_system top iteration=2
Press key "q" or ctrl-c to exit...
  Filesystem     ID  OPS   Bandwidth(MB/s)  Request Size(B)  Response(us)  Read(%)  Read Response(us)  Write Response(us)  
  -------------  --  ----  ---------------  ---------------  ------------  -------  -----------------  ------------------  
  FileSystem001  0   9567  74.721           8192             1475          50       2542               400                 
  FileSystem002  1   9465  75.721           8192             1783          50       2738               406                 
  Filesystem     ID  OPS   Bandwidth(MB/s)  Request Size(B)  Response(us)  Read(%)  Read Response(us)  Write Response(us)  
  -------------  --  ----  ---------------  ---------------  ------------  -------  -----------------  ------------------  
  FileSystem001  0   9054  70.726           8192             1576          49       2783               398                 
  FileSystem002  1   8162  65.296           8192             1732          51       2378               404                  

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.




Indicates a file system.


Response latency.


Read ratio (%).

Request Size(B)

Request size.


Bandwidth of I/Os processed per second.


Number of operations processed per second.


File system ID.

Write Response(us)

Write response latency.

Read Response(us)

Read response latency.

Updated: 2020-03-19

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