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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 09

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Performance Management

Performance Management

Performance management allows network management and maintenance personnel to check and monitor the operating status of devices in a period of time in the past, obtain device operating tendency, and take corresponding measures.

Basic Concepts

This section describes basic concepts of performance management. You need to get familiar with these basic concepts before performing monitoring settings and operations.

Monitoring Indicator

Monitoring indicators are related to resources. Cabinets and power supplies are resources. Indicators such as cabinet usage and power usage are data of monitored resources.

  • During equipment operation, transmission quality may be compromised due to internal and external reasons. Damage caused during equipment operation is reflected by monitoring indicators of various types.
  • You can determine whether to report alarms and set alarm severity by modifying thresholds for monitoring indicators.
Recent Monitoring Data

Recent monitoring data refers to equipment data which can be monitored in real time and can be viewed in monitoring views.

  • Recent monitoring data is dynamically updated in monitoring views.
  • When viewing recent monitoring data in monitoring views, you can centrally monitor multiple indicators of a device.
Historical Monitoring Data

Historical monitoring data refers to device data monitored in a period of time in the past.

  • You can search historical monitoring data based on the object type, measurement unit, time period, measurement object, and instance.
  • Historical monitoring data can be displayed in a data list or line charts.

Counter Subscription

This section describes how to subscribe to counters. You can start a data collection task to monitor and collect counters after a device monitoring instance is created.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System

Context

Values of Collection Period and Store Period of counters for the ECC800, all devices mounted to the ECC800, and controllers or all components mounted to the controllers. In the Counter Subscribe window, Collection Period and Store Period are displayed as -, and counter subscription cannot be modified currently.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Performance > Counter Subscribe from the main menu. The Counter Subscribe window is displayed.
  2. On the displayed Counter Subscribe page, click Create.
  3. In the displayed Select Managed Objects area, set Device Type to filter managed objects. Alternatively, enter the name of a managed object in the Managed Object text box to directly search for the managed object.
  4. In the list that displays all the managed objects for the management domain, select objects you want to manage, as shown in Figure 21-45.

    Figure 21-45 Selecting a managed object

  5. In the Select Counters area, check counters you can select for the device type corresponding to the managed object, as shown in Figure 21-46.

    Figure 21-46 Selecting a counter

    NOTE:

    You can click Select All or Clear All to select or clear all counters for the managed object.

  6. Click OK. The counter subscription results for the managed object are displayed on the right of the Counter Subscribe page, as shown in Figure 21-47.

    Figure 21-47 Viewing counter subscription information

Follow-up Procedure

You can perform the following operations on the Counter Subscribe page:

Maintenance Counter Subscription

Operation

Search counters based on advanced criteria

  1. On the Counter Subscribe page, click .
  2. In the displayed Filter Condition Setting dialog box, set Counter Name, Device Type, IP Address.
  3. Click OK.
NOTE:
The advanced search function enables you to quickly check the status of a counter.
Modify counters On the Counter Subscribe page, select counters you want to modify, and click Modify on the toolbar. In the displayed Modify Properties dialog box, modify the collection period and storage period of the counters as required.
NOTE:

Counters for the ECC800, all devices mounted to the ECC800, and controllers or all components mounted to the controllers do not support counter subscription modification. Modify Properties, Collection Period, and Store Period are all displayed as -.

Delete counters

On the Counter Subscribe page, select counters you want to delete, and click Delete on the toolbar. In the displayed Confirm dialog box, click Yes.

NOTE:

After you delete a counter, information about the counter for all related devices are deleted from the monitoring results.

Start counters

On the Counter Subscribe page, select counters you want to start, and click Start on the toolbar.

NOTE:

After you start a counter, real-time monitoring data about the counter is reported.

Stop counters

On the Counter Subscribe page, select counters you want to stop, and click Stop on the toolbar.

NOTE:

After you stop a counter, the real-time monitoring status of the counter remains at the time point when the counter is stopped.

Save counters as a monitoring view

On the Counter Subscribe page, select counters you want to save, and click Save as Monitoring View on the toolbar.

NOTE:
To save multiple counters as a monitoring view, all of the following requirements must be met:
  • The selected counters belong to the same device.
  • The periods of the selected counters are the same.

Enumerated values, character string types, or deleted counters cannot be saved as a monitoring view.

A maximum of six counters can be selected at a time.

View subscription results View subscription results in the upper area, including the number of counters that are successfully subscribed to, number of counters that fail to be subscribed to, and number of counters you have selected for the subscription.
Re-subscribe counters that fail to be subscribed to Click Failed. In the displayed Detail of Failed Subscribe Counters, select counters you want re-subscribe to, and click Retry.
NOTE:

The re-subscription function enables you to check the causes of subscription failures and re-subscribe to counters.

Real Time Signal

This section describes how to check the real-time monitoring information of a device.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Topo > Data Center View from the main menu. The Data Center View window is displayed.

    NOTE:
    You can enter the Overview window of a device from the Data Center Planning window. The procedure is as follows:
    1. Choose Configuration > Configuration Management > Data Center Planning from the main menu. The Data Center Planning window is displayed.
    2. Expand the managed domain and select a device in the navigation tree on the left.
    3. In the design window, click a device icon and choose Manage under to enter the Data Center View page. Then, click the Signal tab and check real-time monitoring information about the device.

  2. In the navigation tree on the left, choose a device to check the monitoring information of the device, as shown in Figure 21-48.

    Figure 21-48 Viewing monitoring information of the device

    If an ECC800 device or a device mounted under the ECC800 is selected, the monitoring information of the device does not contain Collection Period of the device counters, as shown in Figure 21-49.
    Figure 21-49 Viewing monitoring information of an ECC800 device

    If a controller or component mounted to a controller is selected, the monitoring information is shown in Figure 21-50.
    Figure 21-50 Viewing monitoring information of a component or controller mounted to a site

    NOTE:
    • If the device is added when it is reset or powered off, it cannot be connected. Therefore, the eSight Infrastructure Manager cannot obtain the measurement objects of the device. The eSight Infrastructure Manager will obtain the measurement objects after the device is powered on and connected to the eSight Infrastructure Manager. However, the MUE board is loaded at a low speed, therefore the eSight Infrastructure Manager may fail to obtain some measurement objects. If this occurs, you can reload the MUE board.

    • Except for controllers or components mounted to a controller, you can click the name of a counter, and then change thresholds and select a counter classification for the counter on the displayed Template Configuration page, see Template Configuration.

    • Click the device whose monitoring information you want to check in the Name column. Select AI, DI, AO, and DO separately from the Counter Attribute column to check the monitoring parameters of the device.

      You can also set Counter Name and Counter Group, and click Search to check the monitoring information of a device.

    You can do as follows to remotely run commands of the AO and DO types on a counter: Click in the Operation column. In the displayed Realtime Control dialog box, select or enter parameters and click Send. The eSight Infrastructure Manager returns a delivery result. The following figure shows the real-time control result of CT1.



Template Configuration

This section describes how to set a monitoring template. After a device is added, the eSight Infrastructure Manager automatically creates a data collection task to collect data from the device and generates alarms related to the device based on the preset monitoring template.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System

Context

The same properties must be provided for the same type of device. You can preset device monitoring parameters in a template. Alarm thresholds are used for presetting alarm-triggering criteria.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Performance > Template Configuration from the main menu. The Template Configuration window is displayed.
  2. In the navigation tree of the displayed Template Configuration page, select a device type. In the right pane of the page, click to expand Modify Measurement Unit Properties.
  3. Set Collection Period and Store Period. Then, click Apply.

    The collection periods and storage periods of all counters in the counter group for the device type are modified accordingly, and tasks for collecting the counters are delivered to this type of device along with the template.



    Values of Collection Period and Store Period of counters for the ECC800 and all devices mounted under the ECC800 cannot be set in the monitoring template, as shown in the following figure:

  4. Click to expand measurement counters for the device type.



  5. Click . In the displayed Change Thresholds dialog box, set thresholds for generating alarms and click OK.



    NOTE:

    In the Alarm thresholds area, you can set thresholds for generating and clearing alarms of four severities. To add a threshold for a specific alarm severity, you can click on the right of the alarm severity. After thresholds are set, generated alarms will be displayed on the Alarm tab page under Data Center View. If you have modified counter names, the alarm names will be displayed as the counter names after modification. If you have not modified counter names, the alarm names will be displayed as the default counter names in the current monitoring template. For details about how to modify a counter name, see Counter Rename.

    If Number Of Repetitions is set to 3, an alarm is generated only when data within three consecutive collection periods reaches the threshold for generating the alarm.

    Likewise, an alarm is cleared only when data within three consecutive collection periods reaches the threshold for clearing the alarm.

  6. In the Counter Classification column, select a counter type for each counter.

    The counter type varies according to information, such as the report, energy efficiency, and cooling system.

  7. In the Monitoring column, specify whether to monitor each counter.

    If the check box in the Monitoring column is selected, the counter will be monitored and collected by default. If the check box in the Monitoring column is cleared, the counter will not be monitored or collected by default.

  8. Click Apply.

Result

For a counter for which the check box in the Monitoring column is selected, the eSight Infrastructure Manager automatically adds a monitoring instance for the counter on the Signal page when a device of the corresponding type is added.

After you set the threshold for generating an alarm, the alarm will be generated when collected data reaches the threshold.

Monitoring View

This section describes the view for graphical real-time monitoring. The eSight Infrastructure Manager uses historical data and real-time monitoring data for the view.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System
  • A minimum of one device monitoring instance has been configured.
  • A maximum of five monitoring views are added and a maximum of six counters are added for a monitoring view.

Procedure

  1. Optional: Save the monitoring view on the Counter Subscribe page.
    1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Performance > Counter Subscribe from the main menu. The Counter Subscribe window is displayed.
    2. Optional: Set filter criteria and click to filter and display device monitoring tasks that meet the specified filter criteria.
    3. Select a monitoring object and click Save as Monitoring View.
    4. In the displayed Add Monitoring View dialog box, specify a name for the monitoring view and click OK.
  2. Optional: Create a monitoring view for the corresponding device on the Data Center View page.
    1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Topo > Data Center View from the main menu. The Data Center View window is displayed.
    2. Choose the device for which you want to add a monitoring view in the navigation tree on the left and click the Monitor View tab.
    3. Click Create on the displayed Monitor View tab page.
    4. In the displayed Add Monitoring View dialog box, set View Name and select the device counter instance.

      NOTE:

      When adding a monitoring view for the power distribution frame, you need to choose a device in the power distribution frame management domain from the drop-down list in the Device column and select required counter instances.

    5. Click Confirm.

Follow-up Procedure

Operation Description
Refresh Click to refresh the monitoring view of the device.
Modify a monitoring view Click for a monitoring view. In the displayed dialog box, specify an object type and counter instances, and then click Confirm.
Delete a monitoring view Click for a monitoring view. In the displayed dialog box, click Confirm.

Historical Data Management

This section describes how to query the historical data.

Querying Historical Data

This section describes how to query the historical data of a device.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System
  • You have enabled the FTP file transfer function. Data of PowerCube of all versions can be reported to the eSight Infrastructure Manager only after the FTP file transfer function is enabled. For details, see Configuring eSight Infrastructure Manager Protocol in eSight Product Documentation.

Context

The historical data indicates the performance data collected from the devices by a period. You can modify the collection period in the displayed window by choose Monitor > Performance > Template Configuration from the main menu. The collection period contains: 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, 1 day.

NOTE:

Performance data of devices can be saved for 31days. To save data for a longer time, export result data from the Historical Data window and save the data as a file or set Performance Database Dump to dump historical data to a specified path.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Performance > Historical Data from the main menu. The Historical Data window is displayed.
  2. In the Historical Data window, set query criteria, as shown in Figure 21-51.

    Figure 21-51 Setting criteria for querying historical data

  3. View the query result.

    • If you want to view the query result in a table, click Query.
    • If you want to view the query result in a chart, click Draw Chart.
      Figure 21-52 Viewing historical device data in a line chart

      NOTE:
      • You can view the change trend of device counters within a time range in the line chart.
      • You can click a legend under the chart to display or not the line of a certain counter.

Follow-up Procedure

You can perform the following operations in the Historical Data window:

Task Operation
Export the historical data
  1. Click Export.
  2. Select CSV or Excel from the drop-down list.
  3. In the displayed dialog box, click Save to save the data on the local PC. Click Open to open the file directly.
Supplementing Historical Data

This section describes how to check data integrity in automatic data supplementary collection tasks to determine whether device power consumption data is missing. If certain data is missing, you can manually create data supplementary collection tasks to obtain the missing data in time.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System
  • You have enabled the FTP file transfer function. Data of PowerCube of all versions can be reported to the eSight Infrastructure Manager only after the FTP file transfer function is enabled. For details, see Configuring eSight Infrastructure Manager Protocol in eSight Product Documentation.

Context

Sync Historical Data involves only all devices accessed using the BIN4.0 protocol and controllers or all components mounted to the controllers.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Performance > Sync Historical Data from the main menu. The Sync Historical Data window is displayed.
  2. In the Sync Historical Data window, click Integrity Check in the left pane. Then, set query criteria in the right pane.

    Table 21-22 describes the query criteria parameters.

    Table 21-22 Query criteria parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Domain List

    Devices whose data needs to be collected and queried.

    NOTE:

    Use any of the following methods to select devices whose data needs to be collected and queried:

    • Click to filter out devices of other types according to the type of devices whose data needs to be queried.
    • Enter the device name in the search box and click .
    • Select the devices whose data needs to be queried.

    Collection Period

    5 Minutes

    Supplementary collection tasks of the latest seven days.

    Period of automatically created data supplementary collection tasks.

    1 Hour

    Supplementary collection tasks of the latest 31 days.

    24 Hours

    Supplementary collection tasks of the latest 31 days.

    Time Range

    Today

    Select one value from the drop-down list.

    You can set the start time and end time based on the parameter value.

    NOTE:

    Period in which you query missing data. The eSight Infrastructure Manager automatically creates a data supplementary collection task only when certain data is missing and data supplementary collection is required.

    Last Three Days

    Last Seven Days

    Customize

  3. Click Query after setting the query criteria. Data integrity information is displayed in the right pane.

    NOTE:

    If you need to reset the query criteria, click Reset. All query criteria are restored to the default settings.

    Table 21-23 describes the data integrity parameters.

    Table 21-23 Data integrity parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Device

    Name of a device.

    Collection Period

    Period of automatically created data supplementary collection tasks.

    Time

    Time when the eSight Infrastructure Manager automatically creates a data supplementary collection task.

    Integrity

    • Missing:
    • Full:

  4. Select one or more records of missing data you want to collect and click Synchronize.

    You can also click Synchronize all to create supplementary collection tasks for all missing data.

    NOTE:
    • Only the record of missing data in current page can be selected and create supplementary collection for them when you check the "Select all" box in the upper left corner.
    • If supplementary collection tasks are created successfully, Sync task created is displayed above the data integrity list.
    • You can select Show missing data only for the eSight Infrastructure Manager to display only the devices with missing data in the data integrity list.

Querying Automatic Data Supplementary Collection Tasks

This section describes how to query the status of automatic data supplementary collection tasks, and create or cancel data supplementary collection tasks based on the query result.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System

Context

Sync Historical Data involves only all devices accessed using the BIN4.0 protocol and controllers or all components mounted to the controllers.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Performance > Sync Historical Data from the main menu. The Sync Historical Data window is displayed.
  2. In the displayed Sync Historical Data window, click Sync Task in the left pane. Then, set query criteria in the middle pane.

    Table 21-24 describes the query criteria parameters.

    Table 21-24 Query criteria parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Remarks

    Domain List

    Devices whose data needs to be collected and queried

    Type a device name in the text box in the Domain List area and click to select the device. Alternatively, directly select a device from the object tree.

    Collection Period

    Running

    Data supplementary collection status of a device

    You can select one or more status types.

    No data

    Failed

    Waiting

    Time Range

    Today

    Period in which you query missing data. The eSight Infrastructure Manager automatically creates a data supplementary collection task only when certain data is missing and data supplementary collection is required.

    Select one value from the drop-down list.

    You can set the start time and end time based on the parameter value.

    Last Three Days

    Last Seven Days

    Customize

  3. Click Query after setting the query criteria. Qualified data supplementary collection tasks are displayed in the right pane.

    NOTE:
    If you need to reset the query criteria, click Reset. All query criteria are restored to the default settings.

    Table 21-25 describes the parameters of data supplementary collection tasks.

    Table 21-25 Data supplementary collection task parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Device

    Name of a device

    Collection Period

    Period of automatically created data supplementary collection tasks

    Data Lost Time

    Time when the eSight Infrastructure Manager creates a data supplementary collection task

    Status

    Data supplementary collection status of a device

    Created On

    Time when the eSight Infrastructure Manager automatically creates a data supplementary collection task

    Created By

    Data supplementary collection creator of a device

    Description

    Description of a data supplementary collection

Follow-up Procedure

In the Sync Task window, perform the following operations as required.

If You Need To... Then...
Retry a re-collection task
  1. Select a failed re-collection task.
  2. Click Retry.
Cancel a re-collection task
  1. Select the re-collection task that is being executed.
  2. Click Cancel.
Export re-collected data
  1. Select the re-collection task to be queried.
  2. Click Export.
  3. In the displayed File Download dialog box, specify the save path and click Save to save the file to the local PC for query.
Setting Device Data File Packing Period

This section describes how to set device Data File Packing period. You can modify the packing period based on the current network conditions.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to the eSight Infrastructure Manager client by web browser.
  • You are authorized to use View Infrastructure Right.
    The operation right consist of all operation rights for the following function menus:
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Alarm
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Business
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Analysis
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Access Control Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Configuration Management > Device Software Management
    • Resource > Infrastructure > Configuration > Autocontrol > Autocontrol Strategy
    • Resource > Infrastructure > System

Context

Data File Pack Time Settings applies to the following devices.
  • ECC800.
  • Controllers whose version is SMU V300R001C01 or later.
  • PowerCube1000 whose version is V300R002C03 or later.

Procedure

  1. Choose Resource > Infrastructure > Monitor > Performance > Sync Historical Data from the main menu. The Sync Historical Data window is displayed.
  2. Click the Data File Pack Time Settings tab in the displayed Sync Historical Data window.
  3. Select a device from the device list and set the Data File Packing period in the right pane.

    You can set the period as required. The options include 5 Minutes, 1 Hour and 24 Hours.
    • 5 Minutes: The device packs and reports performance data on a 5-minute basis. You can set the period to 5 Minutes when you have high timeliness requirements on the performance data and the network conditions are perfect.
    • 1 Hour: The device packs and reports performance data on an hourly basis. You can set the period to 1 Hour when you have high timeliness requirements on the performance data and the network conditions are good.
    • 24 Hours: The device packs and reports performance data on an daily basis. You can set the period to 24 Hours when you have low timeliness requirements on the performance data and want to reduce network traffic.
    NOTE:

    You can query the performance data reported by devices by referring to Querying Historical Data.

  4. Click Apply.

    If the packing period setting fails, Data saved failed. will be displayed. If the packing period is successfully set, Data saved successfully. will be displayed.

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