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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Server Performance Management

Server Performance Management

Server Performance Indicator Data Collection

This operation allows eSight to collect real-time and historical performance data of servers.


Before viewingNE average CPU Usage, NE average Memory Usage, Disk Usage, and Bandwidth Usage Percent, ensure that the iBMA software has been installed. For details about the installation, see "Installing and Uninstalling iBMA" in the iBMA User Guide.


  • Under Monitoring Settings > Device, you can view the performance indicators NE average CPU Usage and NE average Memory Usage.
  • Under Monitoring Settings > Server, you can view performance indicators including PSU Power, Fan Speed, Intake Temperature, Heat, Device Power, Disk Usage, and Bandwidth Usage Percent.


  1. In the server list, click in the Operation column of the target server to reload the server information. Check whether data is collected properly.

    • If yes, the problem is solved.
    • If no, go to 2.

  2. Create a performance indicator data collection task.

    1. On the menu bar, choose Performance > Monitoring Settings.
    2. In the navigation tree, select a resource type, click Create in the area on the right, and configure the data collection task on the page displayed.

      For server CPU and memory indicators, create data collection tasks on the Public Resource page.

    3. Press OK.

      The system starts collecting performance indicator data.

Updated: 2019-09-07

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