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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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FAQ and Troubleshooting

FAQ and Troubleshooting

What Operations Should Be Performed by eSight After the FusionSphere OpenStack Domain Name Is Changed

Question

What operations should be performed by eSight after the FusionSphere OpenStack domain name is changed?

Answer

  1. Re-configure the mapping between the FusionSphere OpenStack domain name and IP address. For details, see 2.7.1 How Do I Configure the Mapping Relationship Between the FusionSphere OpenStack Domain Name and the IP Address?.
  2. Add FusionSphere to eSight using the new domain name. For details, see 1.2.2 Adding a Single FusionSphere.

    NOTE:

    If you need to view historical FusionSphere alarms and performance, do not delete the original FusionSphere.

How Can I Handle the Problem that Alarms Are Reported Correctly But SNMP Connection Failure Alarms Exist After eSight with Multi-Subnet Enabled Is Connected to the FusionSphere

Question

How Can I Handle the Problem that Alarms Are Reported Correctly But SNMP Connection Failure Alarms Exist After eSight with Multi-Subnet Enabled Is Connected to the FusionSphere?

Answer

  1. Log in to the eSight background and use the following commands to obtain the IP addresses of all eSight servers.

    • SUSE operating system: ifconfig
    • Windows operating system: ipconfig

  2. Use the following commands to obtain all eSight IP addresses that can communicate with the alarm source IP address.

    • SUSE operating system: ping Alarm source IP address -I eSight IP address
    • Windows operating system: ping Alarm source IP address -S eSight IP address

  3. Log in to the FusionSphere OpenStack OM.
  4. On the FusionSphere OpenStack OM main menu page, choose Monitoring > Alarm > Alarm Settings.
  5. Choose SNMP Station.
  6. Click Add SNMP Station to add all eSight IP addresses that can communicate with the alarm source IP address one by one.

    NOTE:
    • In a two-node cluster in active-standby mode, you need to add all eSight IP addresses that can communicate with the alarm source IP addresses on the active and standby nodes to the SNMP management site.
    • Maintenance Port must be set to 162 or 10162.
    • When Alarm Source IP Address is set to API Network Floating IP Address, ensure that the configured physical IP address of eSight can communicate with the FusionSphere OpenStack API network. When Alarm Source IP Address is set to OM Network Floating IP Address, ensure that the configured physical IP address of eSight can communicate with the FusionSphere OpenStack OM network.

What Can I Do If Indicator Data Cannot Be Collected or Is Incorrect on the VM Historical Performance Management Page After the FusionSphere Is Connected to eSight

Question

What can I do if data of indicators such as Memory Usage, Network Inbound/Outbound Rate, Disk Usage, Used Memory, and Available Memory cannot be collected or is incorrect on the VM historical performance management page after the FusionSphere is connected to eSight?

Answer

  1. Log in to the FusionSphere CPS management page and choose Configuration > OpenStack > Ceilometer from the main menu.
  2. Expand Monitoring Indicator Item Selection, and click the Virtual Machine tab.
  3. Check whether the indicators are selected.

    • If the indicators are not selected, select them and submit the configuration.
    • If the indicators have been selected and data cannot be collected, check whether the VMTools is installed during VM creation on the FusionSphere.

      For details, see the HUAWEI CLOUD Stack NFVI Solution Documentation or contact Huawei technical support.

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Updated: 2019-09-07

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