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FusionStorage OBS 7.0 Administrator Guide 06

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Creating Real-Time System Performance Monitoring

Creating Real-Time System Performance Monitoring

Creating Real-Time System Performance Monitoring (Applicable to OBS)

You can use the real-time performance monitoring function to view the performance indicators of the current storage device and learn about the running status of the storage device.

Context

Only super administrators and administrators can configure performance monitoring.

Procedure
  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Choose Monitor > Performance Monitoring.
  3. Click Create.

    The Create Chart dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-2.

    Figure 4-2 Creating a chart

  4. Set the chart name and select an object type.

    Table 4-13 describes the chart name and object type.

    Table 4-13 Chart name and object type

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    Chart Name

    Indicates the name of a chart.

    [Example]

    table01

    NOTE:
    • Chart name cannot be blank.
    • The name contains 1 to 31 characters.
    • The name can contain only letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and periods (.).

    Time Range

    Indicates the time range for monitoring

    [Value range]

    Last 1 Hour, Last 24 Hours, Last 7 Days, Last 3 Months, or Last 6 Months

    [Example]

    Last 1 hour

    Object Type

    Indicates the type of the object whose performance is to be monitored.

    [Value range]

    Cluster, Server, Disk, or Ethernet port

    [Example]

    Cluster

  5. Select the performance counters of the monitored object.

    The performance counter options vary according to object types. Table 4-14 lists the performance counter options of the object type.

    Table 4-14 Parameters of the performance statistics chart

    Object Type

    Object Instance

    Counter

    Cluster

    -

    [Value range]

    Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Avg. CPU Usage (%), Avg. Memory Usage (%), S3 PUTs per Second, S3 GETs per Second, Max. CPU Usage, Storage Bandwidth, Storage Read Bandwidth, or Storage Write Bandwidth

    For 7.0.1 and later versions, the following statistical items are supported:

    • S3 DELETEs per Second
    • S3 DELETE Failures per Second
    • S3 DELETE Failures per Second (Client Reason)
    • S3 GET Failures per Second
    • S3 GET Failures per Second (Client Reason)
    • S3 PUT Failures per Second
    • S3 PUT Failures per Second (Client Reason)
    • S3 Connection Failure Rate (%) and S3 HEADs per Second
    • S3 HEAD Failures per Second
    • S3 HEAD Failures per Second (Client Reason)
    • S3 POSTs per Second
    • S3 POST Failures per Second
    • S3 POST Failures per Second (Client Reason)
    NOTE:

    The basic statistical items include Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Avg. CPU Usage (%), and Avg. Memory Usage (%). You can click More to display all statistical items.

    [Example]

    Read bandwidth (KB/s)

    Servers

    [Function]: Adding a storage node to be monitored

    [Example]

    node0102

    node0101

    [Value range]

    Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Avg. CPU Usage (%), Avg. Memory Usage (%), Storage Bandwidth, Storage Read Bandwidth, or Storage Write Bandwidth

    [Example]

    Read bandwidth (KB/s)

    Write bandwidth (KB/s)

    Disk

    [Function]: Adding a disk to be monitored

    [Example]

    node0103:0

    node0103:1

    [Value range]

    Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Bandwidth, Total IOPS(IO/s), Read IOPS (IO/s), or Write IOPS (IO/s)

    [Example]

    Total IOPS (IO/s)

    Ethernet port

    [Function]: Adding an Ethernet port to be monitored.

    [Example]

    enp129s0f1

    enp129s0f0

    [Value range]

    Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Bandwidth, Total IOPS(IO/s), Read IOPS (IO/s), or Write IOPS (IO/s)

    [Example]

    Total IOPS (IO/s)

  6. In the Create Chart dialog box, click OK.

    The performance statistics chart is displayed on the performance monitoring page, as shown in Figure 4-3. You can view the real-time performance of the selected object in the chart.

    Figure 4-3 Performance monitoring chart

Creating Real-Time System Performance Monitoring (Applicable to HDFS)

You can use the real-time performance monitoring function to view the performance indicators of the current storage device and learn about the running status of the storage device.

Context

Only super administrators and administrators can configure performance monitoring.

Procedure
  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Choose Monitor > Performance Monitoring.
  3. Click Create.

    The Create Chart dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-4.

    Figure 4-4 Creating a chart

  4. Set the chart name and select an object type.

    Table 4-15 describes the chart name and object type.

    Table 4-15 Chart name and object type

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    Chart Name

    Indicates the name of a chart.

    [Example]

    table01

    NOTE:
    • Chart name cannot be blank.
    • The name contains 1 to 31 characters.
    • The name can contain only letters, digits, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and periods (.).

    Time Range

    Indicates the time range for monitoring

    [Value range]

    Last 1 Hour, Last 24 Hours, Last 7 Days, Last 3 Months, or Last 6 Months

    [Example]

    Last 1 hour

    Object Type

    Indicates the type of the object whose performance is to be monitored.

    [Value range]

    Cluster, Server, Disk, or Ethernet port

    [Example]

    Cluster

  5. Select the performance counters of the monitored object.

    The performance counter options vary according to object types. Table 4-16 lists the performance counter options of the object type.

    Table 4-16 Parameters of the performance statistics chart

    Object Type

    Object Instance

    Counter

    Cluster

    ——

    [Value range]

    Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Avg. CPU Usage (%), Avg. Memory Usage (%), Max. CPU Usage, Storage Bandwidth, Storage Read Bandwidth, or Storage Write Bandwidth

    NOTE:

    The basic statistical items include Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Avg. CPU Usage (%), and Avg. Memory Usage (%). You can click More to display all statistical items.

    [Example]

    Read bandwidth (KB/s)

    Servers

    [Function]: Adding a storage node to be monitored

    [Example]

    node0102

    node0101

    [Value range]

    Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Avg. CPU Usage (%), Avg. Memory Usage (%), Storage Bandwidth, Storage Read Bandwidth, or Storage Write Bandwidth

    [Example]

    Read bandwidth (KB/s)

    Write bandwidth (KB/s)

    Disk

    [Function]: Adding a disk to be monitored

    [Example]

    node0103:0

    node0103:1

    [Value range]

    Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Bandwidth, Total IOPS(IO/s), Read IOPS (IO/s), or Write IOPS (IO/s)

    [Example]

    Total IOPS (IO/s)

    Ethernet port

    [Function]: Adding an Ethernet port to be monitored.

    [Example]

    enp129s0f1

    enp129s0f0

    [Value range]

    Read Bandwidth, Write Bandwidth, Bandwidth, Total IOPS(IO/s), Read IOPS (IO/s), or Write IOPS (IO/s)

    [Example]

    Total IOPS (IO/s)

  6. In the Create Chart dialog box, click OK.

    The performance statistics chart is displayed on the performance monitoring page, as shown in Figure 4-5. You can view the real-time performance of the selected object in the chart.

    Figure 4-5 Performance monitoring chart

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