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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Routine Maintenance

Routine Maintenance

Regularly check the Redhat OpenStack running status to understand resource consumption, detect risks in advance, and adjust resource allocation or perform capacity expansion in time, decreasing the failure rate.

It is recommended that you check the Redhat OpenStack running status every day at the early stage of network operation. Routine maintenance can be performed weekly after stable network operation.

Understanding Various Protocols

Protocol

Description

SOAP

Simple Object Access Protocol, a type of protocol that is lightweight, simple, and XML-based. It is designed to exchange structured information at web.

HTTPS

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure, an HTTP protocol that runs on top of transport layer security (TLS) and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). It is used to establish a reliable channel for encrypted communication and secure identification of a network web server. For details, see RFC2818.

AMQP

RabbitMQ is a message broker: it accepts and forwards messages using AMQP Protocol. AMQP provides flow controlled, message-oriented communication with message-delivery guarantees such as at-most-once (where each message is delivered once or never), at-least-once (where each message is certain to be delivered, but may do so multiple times) and exactly-once (where the message will always certainly arrive and do so only once), and authentication and/or encryption based on SASL and/or TLS. It assumes an underlying reliable transport layer protocol such as Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).

Methods and Protocols

Device Name

Can Be Automatically Discovered or Not (Y/N)HTTPS Protocol

Can Be Automatically Discovered or Not (Y/N)SOAP Protocol

Can Be Added in Batches or Not (Y/N)

Can Be Added One by One or Not (Y/N)

Redhat OpenStack

N

N

N

Y

Redhat OpenStack routine maintenance items

Task Name

Task Description

Operation Entry

Observing the views on the home page

On the home page, you can check the running status of key resources in the following views:

  • Top N VMs with CPU Usage Higher Than 60%(OpenStack): displays the CPU usage higher than 60% for VMs, which is sorted by the latest collection period.

Home

Viewing the Redhat OpenStack information

  • View the Redhat OpenStack status, IP address, and version and access the Redhat OpenStack login page by URL.
  • View the status statistics of all hosts and VMs in Redhat OpenStack.
  • View all hosts, and VMs in Redhat OpenStack as well as their relationships.
  • View all servers in Redhat OpenStack.
  1. Choose Resource  > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > Redhat OpenStack in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a Redhat OpenStack to access its resource manager.

Viewing available zone information

  • View available zone information, including available zone status and virtual type.
  • View the numbers of VMs, faulty VMs, virtual disks, and faulty virtual disks in an available zone.
  • View the list of all hosts in available zones.
  1. Choose Resource  > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > Redhat OpenStack in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a RedHat Openstack to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose General  > Available Zones in the navigation area on the left.
  5. Click the name of an available zone to access its resource manager.

Viewing host information

  • View the running status, business IP addresses, and total CPU usage of hosts.
  • View the list of all VMs in hosts.

NOTE:

Click Performance Threshold Settings on the resource list page to set the monitoring thresholds, including the normal status (in green), risk (in orange), and high risk (in red) for indicators such as CPU utilization and memory utilization.

  1. Choose Resource  > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > Redhat OpenStack in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a Redhat OpenStack to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Computing Resources > Hosts in the navigation area on the left.
  5. Click the name of a host to access its resource manager.

Viewing VM information

  • View VM information, including VM status, CPU cores, memory and disk.
  • View the list of all virtual disks in VMs.

NOTE:

Click Performance Threshold Settings on the resource list page to set the monitoring thresholds, including the normal status (in green), risk (in orange), and high risk (in red) for indicators such as CPU utilization and memory utilization.

  1. Choose Resource  > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > Redhat OpenStack in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a Redhat OpenStack to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Computing Resources > Virtual Machines in the navigation area on the left.
  5. Click the name of a VM to access its resource manager.

Viewing virtual disks information

  • View virtual disk information, including virtual disk status, disk and binding status.
  • View the available zone which the virtual disks belong to.
  • View information about VMs which the virtual disks are associated with.
  1. Choose Resource  > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > Redhat OpenStack in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a RedHat Openstack to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Backend  Storage Resources > Virtual Disks in the navigation area on the left.
  5. Click the name of a virtual disk to access its resource manager.

Viewing backend storage information

  • View basic information about the backend storage.
  1. Choose Resource  > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > Redhat OpenStack in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a RedHat Openstack to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Backend Storage Resources > Backend Storages in the navigation area on the left.
  5. Click a backend storage name to access its resource manager.

Viewing ceph information

  • View Ceph Status about the Ceph.
  1. Choose Resource  > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > Redhat OpenStack in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a RedHat Openstack to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Ceph  Storage > Ceph in the navigation area on the left.
  5. Click a ceph name to access its resource manager.

Viewing controllers information

  • View basic information about the Controllers.
  • View Alarm List of the Controllers.
  • View historical performance of the Controllers.
  1. Choose Resource  > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > Redhat OpenStack in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a Redhat OpenStack to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Other Resources > Controllers in the navigation area on the left.

    Click a Controllers name to access its resource manager.

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