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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0.0 SystemReporter User Guide

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Monitoring the Performance of the SystemReporter Server

Monitoring the Performance of the SystemReporter Server

This operation allows you to view the usage of CPUs, memories, disk capacities, and database capacities to know running status of the SystemReporter server and locate potential faults.

Context

You can set usage thresholds of CPUs, memories, and disks to monitor running status of SystemReporter in real time.

Procedure

  1. Go to the system performance page.
    1. On the menu bar, click System.
    2. In the navigation tree, choose System Monitoring > System Performance.

      The system performance page is displayed.

  2. Optional: Set thresholds.
    1. Click Modify.

      The Modify dialog box is displayed.

    2. Configure performance parameters for the SystemReporter server. Table 5-21 describes related parameters.



      Table 5-21  System performance parameters

      Parameter

      Description

      Value

      CPU usage threshold(%)

      Threshold of CPU usage. If the CPU usage exceeds the threshold for three consecutive times, SystemReporter generates an alarm.

      [Range]

      1 to 99

      [Default value]

      90

      Memory usage threshold(%)

      Threshold of memory usage. If the memory usage exceeds the threshold for three consecutive times, SystemReporter generates an alarm.

      [Range]

      1 to 99

      [Default value]

      90

      Disk usage threshold(%)

      Threshold of disk usage. If the disk usage exceeds the threshold for three consecutive times, SystemReporter generates an alarm.

      [Range]

      1 to 99

      [Default value]

      80

      Database disk utilization threshold(%)

      Database disk utilization threshold. If the database disk usage exceeds the specified database disk utilization threshold, the system automatically deletes the performance data, until the database disk usage reaches or becomes lower than the target.

      [Range]

      55 to 99

      [Default value]

      95

      Database disk utilization target(%)

      Database disk usage target. If the database disk usage exceeds the specified value, the system automatically deletes the performance data, until the database disk usage reaches or becomes lower than the target.

      [Range]

      55 to 99

      [Default value]

      80

    3. Click OK.

      You have finished setting thresholds.

  3. View the usage of CPUs, memories, disks, and database capacities. Table 5-22 describes the parameters.

    Table 5-22  System capacity parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    CPU

    If the CPU usage exceeds the threshold for three consecutive times, SystemReporter generates an alarm. When the CPU usage becomes lower than the threshold, the alarm is cleared automatically. The red line indicates the threshold.

    Memory

    If the memory usage exceeds the threshold for three consecutive times, SystemReporter generates an alarm. When the memory usage is lower than the threshold, the alarm is cleared automatically. The red line indicates the threshold.

    Disk

    If the disk usage exceeds the threshold, SystemReporter generates an alarm. When the disk usage is lower than the threshold, the alarm is cleared automatically.

    Database

    Space used by databases.

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Updated: 2019-02-26

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