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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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Routine Maintenance

Routine Maintenance

Regularly check the FusionSphere 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 FusionSphere running status every day at the early stage of network operation. Routine maintenance can be performed weekly after stable network operation.

Table 11-4 FusionSphere 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 host CPU Usage: displays the CPU usage of hosts, which is sorted by the latest collection period.
  • Top N host Memory Usage: displays the memory usage of hosts, which is sorted by the latest collection period.
  • Top N host Disk Usage: displays the disk usage of hosts, which is sorted by the latest collection period.
  • Top N host Disk Read Rate: displays the disk read rate of hosts, which is sorted by the latest collection period.
  • Top N host Disk Write Rate: displays the disk write rate of hosts, which is sorted by the latest collection period.
  • Top N VMs with CPU Usage Higher Than 60%: displays the CPU usage higher than 60% for VMs, which is sorted by the latest collection period.
  • Top N VMs with Memory Usage Higher Than 60%: displays the memory usage higher than 60% for VMs, which is sorted by the latest collection period.
  • Top N VMs with Disk Usage Higher Than 90%: displays the disk usage higher than 90% for VMs, which is sorted by the latest collection period.

Home

Viewing the FusionSphere information

  • View the FusionSphere status, IP address, and version and access the FusionSphere login page through a link.
  • View the status statistics of all hosts and VMs in the FusionSphere.
  • View all hosts and VMs in the FusionSphere as well as their relationships.
  • View all services in the FusionSphere.
  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere 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 > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Details > 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, service IP addresses, and total CPU usage of hosts.
  • View the list of all VMs in hosts.
  • View historical performance of the hosts.
  • View component topology of the hosts.
  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere 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.
  • View historical performance of the VMs.
  • View component topology and physical topology of VMs.
  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere 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 the VM group information

  • View the VM group list.
  • View the VM group ID, name, policy, and number of VMs.
  • View the list of VMs in the VM group.
  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Computing Resources > VM Groups in the navigation area on the left.

Viewing virtual disk information

  • View virtual disk information, including virtual disk status, disk size, 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 > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose 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.
  • View historical performance of the backend storage.
  • View disks associated with the backend storage.
  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Storage Resources > Backend Storages in the navigation area on the left.
  5. Click a backend storage name to access its resource manager.

Viewing virtual network information

  • View the virtual network list.
  • View basic information about the virtual network.
  • View the linked subnet, port, and VM of the virtual network.
  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Network Resources > Virtual Network in the navigation area on the left.
  5. Click a virtual network name to access its resource manager.

Viewing port information

  • View the port list of the network resources.
  • View basic information about the ports.
  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Network Resources > Port in the navigation area on the left.

Viewing router information

  • View the router list of the network resources.
  • View basic information about the routers.
  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Network Resources > Router in the navigation area on the left.

Viewing the elastic IP address information

  • View the elastic IP address list of the network resources.
  • View basic information about the elastic IP addresses.
  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click the name of a FusionSphere to access its resource manager.
  4. Choose Network Resources > Elastic IP Address in the navigation area on the left.

Deleting FusionSphere resources

Delete a single FusionSphere resource.

  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Click in the operation column of the FusionSphere resource to be deleted.

Delete the FusionSphere resources in batches.

  1. Choose Resource > Virtual Resources from the main menu.
  2. Choose Virtual Resources > FusionSphere in the navigation area on the left.
  3. Select all the FusionSphere resources to be deleted and click above the list.
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