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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0.0 SystemReporter User Guide

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Viewing Wizard-Style Diagnosis

Viewing Wizard-Style Diagnosis

Describes how to view the wizard-style diagnosis views


  • You have registered a device.
  • You have created a wizard-style diagnosis. SystemReporter has been monitoring devices for a period of time and produced the monitored data.


Wizard-style diagnosis presents historical performance of storage devices in a wizard way. Graphical wizard-style diagnosis enables you to obtain information about inner nodes, network ports, disks of the monitored devices, and to directly locate performance problems.


  1. In the main menu area, click Monitoring.
  2. In the left navigation tree, choose Wizard-Style Diagnosis > Device Name > Wizard-Style Diagnosis Template.

    • Device Name is the name of a registered device, for example, deploy90.
    • Wizard-Style Diagnosis Template indicates default template and custom template, the default template is the Default view, the custom template see Creating a Wizard-Style Diagnosis Template.

  3. In the right function pane, a wizard-style diagnosis view is displayed.

    • You can explicitly view the storage system's inner object name, number, and relations.
    • In a wizard-style diagnosis view, each object color has a different meaning.
      • Red: an object's performance indicator value > the average x (1 + 20%).
      • Green: the average x (1 – 20%) ≤ an object's performance indicator value ≤ the average x (1 + 20%).
      • Blue: an object's performance indicator value < the average x (1 – 20%).
      • Gray: indicates no data of an object's performance indicator value.
      Average value: average value of performance indicators of a specific object type (except for objects that do not have performance statistics). For example, a node type contains node A and node B. Suppose IOPSs of node A and node B are 40 and 50 respectively, the average of IOPS = (40 + 50)/2.

  4. Optional: In the right function pane, you can perform other operations described in Table 4-18 to view a performance curve graph.

    Table 4-18  Related operations




    Compare performance of storage nodes

    To compare performance indicator curves of storage nodes. The system compares the indicator performance of top 5 objects by default.

    At the right side of a performance indicator curve, you can also drag up or down the ruler to view the performance comparison between any objects that have performance data in statistical period.

    In the wizard-style diagnosis view, click Node.

    View a performance curve

    To obtain performance indicator curves of a specific storage node.

    In the wizard-style diagnosis view, click Node Name, for example, Linux_71.

    The procedures to view comparison analysis views of other objects (network port, disk and client) and performance analysis view of a specific object are similar to the preceding procedures to view nodes' performance view.

Follow-up Procedure

In the right function pane, you can perform operations described in Table 4-19.
Table 4-19  Related operations




Select a statistical period

Possible values are 24 hours, 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, and 1 year.

The default value is 24 hours.

At the top of the wizard-style diagnosis view, drag the time ruler to select a time period.

In the drop-down list of Statistical period, select a statistical period that you want to view.

Select an indicator

To obtain the indicator curve.

In the drop-down list of Indicator, select an indicator that you want to view.

Updated: 2019-02-26

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