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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 18000 and 18000F V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 18500 V5, 18800 V5, 18500F V5, and 18800F 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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iod show maxtime all

iod show maxtime all

Function

The iod show maxtime all command is used to display the REQ, CMD, and TIMER request information with the longest execution time in 60 seconds.

Format

iod show maxtime all

Parameters

None

Views

Diagnostic view

Usage Guidelines

None

Example

Display the REQ, CMD, and TIMER request information with the longest execution time in 60 seconds.

admin:/diagnose>iod show maxtime all 
IOD REQ exec time stat (last 60s) current time 373982: 
IOD thread 0, start REQ exec time stat: 
 pid(228) req(XNET_RCV_MSG) start fun(0xffffffffa49c0700) exec 2749Us occurrence time 368586 
  pid(228) req(XNET_RCV_MSG) start fun(0xffffffffa49c0700) exec 2757Us occurrence time 369838 
  pid(228) req(XNET_RCV_MSG) start fun(0xffffffffa49c0700) exec 2834Us occurrence time 373594 
  pid(228) req(XNET_RCV_MSG) start fun(0xffffffffa49c0700) exec 2761Us occurrence time 366082 
  pid(228) req(XNET_RCV_MSG) start fun(0xffffffffa49c0700) exec 2781Us occurrence time 367334 
 IOD thread 0, Done REQ exec time stat: 
IOD thread 1, start REQ exec time stat: 
 pid(228) req(XNET_RCV_MSG) start fun(0xffffffffa49c0700) exec 3367Us occurrence time 362326 
  pid(228) req(XNET_RCV_MSG) start fun(0xffffffffa49c0700) exec 2761Us occurrence time 363578 
  pid(228) req(XNET_RCV_MSG) start fun(0xffffffffa49c0700) exec 3662Us occurrence time 364830 
  pid(228) req(XNET_RCV_MSG) start fun(0xffffffffa49c0700) exec 2766Us occurrence time 361074 
 IOD thread 1, Done REQ exec time stat: 
IOD thread 2, start REQ exec time stat: 
IOD thread 2, Done REQ exec time stat: 
IOD thread 3, start REQ exec time stat: 
IOD thread 3, Done REQ exec time stat: 
IOD CMD exec time stat (last 60s) current time 374073: 
IOD thread 0, cmd exec time stat: 
IOD thread 1, cmd exec time stat: 
IOD thread 2, cmd exec time stat: 
IOD thread 3, cmd exec time stat: 
exec OverLong timer stat: 
 timer(pid:632 timerid:91 name:REPHC Heal timer) exec 2771Us 
 timer(pid:142 timerid:7 name:statcycle) exec 2573Us 
 timer(pid:142 timerid:6 name:iod absolute timer:call execQ) exec 2790Us 
 timer(pid:153 timerid:143 name:LD REPORT DISK USE RATE) exec 3074Us 
 timer(pid:634 timerid:87 name:REPRM Heal timer) exec 8542Us 
 timer(pid:634 timerid:88 name:REPRM RTC TIMER) exec 2783Us

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

pid

Module ID.

req

Request name.

fun

Function address.

exec

Execution time.

occurrence time

System jiffis time when the request has been executed.

timer(pid,timerid,name)

Timer (module ID, timer ID, and timer name).

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Updated: 2019-07-11

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