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Command Reference

OceanStor 18000 and 18000F V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 18500 V5, 18800 V5, 18500F V5, and 18800F V5 storage systems. It describes hardware installation of those storage systems for helping you easily and quickly finish the installation.

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show performance file_system

show performance file_system


The show performance file_system command is used to show the performance statistics of a file system.


show performance file_system file_system_id=?

show performance file_system file_system_id_list=?





file_system_id=? File system ID.

To obtain the value, run "show file_system general" without parameters.

file_system_id_list=? ID list of file systems.
  • To obtain the value, run "show file_system general" without any parameters.
  • Separate multiple IDs with commas (,). Consecutive IP addresses can be represented by a hyphen (-).
  • A maximum of 50 IDs can be queried.



Usage Guidelines

  • After this command is executed, performance data categories are displayed. You need to type the serial numbers before categories and press "Enter" to view the specific categories of performance data (If you need to type multiple categories, use commas to separate them. Consecutive IDs can be represented by a hyphen).
  • Performance statistics is updated in real time.
  • You can type "q" on the command line interface (CLI) to exit the page that shows performance statistics.


Show the performance statistics of file system "6".

admin:/>show performance file_system file_system_id=6
0.Read Bandwidth(MB/s)
1.Write Bandwidth(MB/s)
2.OPS(per second)
3.Read OPS(per second)
4.Write OPS(per second)
5.Service time(us)
6.Average Read OPS Response Time (us)
7.Average Write OPS Response Time (us)
8.The cumulative count of file I/O operations for the object,including metadata I/O operations
9.The cumulative count of bytes transferred for all of the file I/O operations as defined in the "TotalIOs" property
10.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
11.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
12.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
13.Cache page preservation(%)
14.Cache chunk preservation(%)
15.Average Read I/O Size(KB)
16.Average Write I/O Size(KB)
17.Average IO Size
Input item(s) number separated by comma:5
  Service time(us) : 0

System Response


Updated: 2020-01-17

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