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Performance Monitoring Guide

OceanStor Dorado V3 Series V300R002

This document describes performance monitoring of storage systems, including the monitoring method, indicator planning, configuration monitoring, and problem diagnosis.
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Viewing Capacity Trends

Viewing Capacity Trends

You can use SystemReporter to view the current capacity of a storage pool, disk domain, and thin LUN. Based on past capacity statistics, SystemReporter can predict likely trends to help you gauge if capacity expansion or reallocation is needed.


  • Collection Switch has been enabled. Otherwise, choose System > System Configuration > Registration and Configuration and enable Collection Switch of the device that you want to view.
  • The process for viewing the capacity trend of a storage pool is similar for all objects. For details on this, see the corresponding SystemReporter user guide.


  1. Go to the storage pool capacity trend page.

    1. On the top navigation bar of the SystemReporter user interface, click Trend.
    2. In the left navigation tree, choose Storage Pool Capacity of the corresponding device model.

      The storage pool capacity trend page will be displayed.

  2. Specify a storage pool and a statistical period.

    1. In the right pane, select a storage pool from the Name list.
    2. Select a time frame from the Statistical Period list.
      • Possible values of Statistical Period are 24 hours, 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 1 year, and Custom.
      • After selecting Custom, specify the start time and end time for the trend view. The start time cannot be 365 days ago.
    3. In the right pane, view the capacity trend of the specified storage pool.

  3. Optional: Predict the storage pool capacity.

    1. In the right pane, click Predict Capacity.

      The Predict Capacity dialog box is displayed.

    2. Specify a historical reference data period and a future prediction period.
      • Possible values of the historical reference data period are Last 1 week, Last 1 month, Last 3 months, Last 6 months, and Last 1 year.
      • Possible values of the future prediction period are Next 1 week, Next 1 month, Next 3 months, and Next 6 months.
    3. Click OK.

      In the Predict Capacity dialog box, view the storage pool capacity prediction diagram offered by SystemReporter.

Follow-up Procedure

In the right pane, you can also perform the operations described in Table 3-8.

Table 3-8 Related operations





Exports capacity trend statistics.


The type of exported data can be , , , or.

Click Export.

Save to Favorites

Saves a capacity trend statistics view to the home page, ready for the next login.

  1. Click Save to Favorites.
  2. In the Save to Favorites dialog box, set Name.
  3. Click OK.


Displays or hides the current indicator or object curve.

Click the indicator or object name below the x-coordinate of the monitoring view.

Save as a Figure

Saves the current capacity curve diagram as a .png picture.

Click .

Zoom In

Selects an area in a diagram to enlarge it.

Click .


Goes back to the previous zoom-in state if an area is enlarged multiple times.

Click .


Restores an enlarged diagram to the original state.

Click .


Refreshes a diagram to obtain the latest status of an indicator.

Click .

Updated: 2019-07-17

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