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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 Alarms

Viewing Alarms

In the alarm area, you can view current performance threshold alarms, device offline alarms, and historical alarms. These alarms help you diagnose problems in storage systems.

Context

By default, historical alarms are stored for 90 days. You can set the number of alarm retention days in Alarm Dump. After this is set, only data recorded recently by the database will be retained and the rest will be dumped. By default, the system alarm dump file is stored in SystemReporter installation directory\Runtime\LegoRuntime\datastorage\alarm on the SystemReporter server.

You can use OceanStor DeviceManager to view threshold alarms generated on SystemReporter. For details, see Checking Alarm Information of a Storage System.

Procedure

  1. On the top navigation bar, click Alarms.
  2. In the left navigation tree, choose Alarm Management > Current Alarms.

    The page of current alarms is displayed.

  3. View current alarms. Table 3-9 describes the parameters.

    Table 3-9 Parameters of a current alarm

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    Severity

    Severity of a current alarm.

    [Example]

    Major

    Acknowledged Status

    Indicates whether a current alarm has been acknowledged. If an alarm is not acknowledged, you must acknowledge it promptly.

    [Example]

    Unacknowledged

    Name

    Name of a current alarm.

    [Example]

    The disk usage of the management server exceeds the threshold

    Type

    Type of a current alarm.

    [Example]

    Environment alarm

    Number of Times

    Number of times a current alarm is generated.

    [Example]

    2

    Source

    Storage device for which a current alarm is generated.

    [Example]

    Huawei.Storage

    Location

    Location where a current alarm resides.

    [Example]

    CTE0.A

    First Occurred At

    When a current alarm was generated for the first time.

    [Example]

    2015-05-29 16:36:11 UTC+08:00

    Last Occurred At

    When a current alarm was generated for the last time.

    [Example]

    2015-05-30 07:42:02 UTC+08:00

    NOTE:
    • You can acknowledge, clear, and export an alarm, cancel acknowledging an alarm, and export all alarms.
    • You can export one or all historical alarms by choosing Alarms > Historical Alarms.
    • After a current alarm is cleared, it becomes a historical alarm.

  4. Click the Name of an alarm to view alarm details.

    Alarm details include the basic alarm information, possible cause, and suggestions.

Follow-up Procedure

Current alarms indicate existing problems in a storage system. By setting the alarm refresh frequency, you can query current alarms in real time. Possible values of alarm refresh frequency are Refresh every 15 seconds, Refresh every 30 seconds, Refresh every 60 seconds, and Stop refresh.

NOTE:

If Stop refresh is selected, the list of current alarms is no longer refreshed.

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Updated: 2019-07-17

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