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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0.0 SystemReporter User Guide

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On SystemReporter, you can view the historical performance view of clusters. In addition, you can export and save the historical performance view to analyze performance indicators of clusters.


  • You have registered a device.
  • SystemReporter has been monitoring devices for a time period and produced the monitored data.


  1. Go to the page of performance monitoring view of an object.
    1. On the menu bar, click Monitoring.
    2. In the left navigation tree, choose Device model > Device name(XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) > Cluster.


      Device model, Device name, and XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX indicate the model, name, and IP address of the device that has been registered.

    3. In the function pane on the right, click Historical.
  2. Optional: From the Indicator Template drop-down list, select an indicator template.

    • You can click Details after Indicator Template to view indicators of the current object type in this indicator template.
    • After you select a indicator template for a resource type, the system will only display the indicators supported by the resource type in the selected template.
    • If the resource type does not support any indicator in the selected template, the template is filtered and not displayed.

  3. Optional: From the statistical period drop-down list, select a statistical period.


    If Custom is selected, set the start time and end time for the historical performance view. The start time cannot be earlier than 1 year before.

  4. In the function pane on the right, check the indicator view.

    Indicator view: When the interval between two data collection points is triple (or more) that of the previous interval in the monitoring curve, the curve is disconnected. Monitor the status of new data collection points dynamically generated in real time. If the interval between a new data collection point and the previous one is equal to or greater than triple the value of the collection period, the curve is disconnected. When the interval between two data collection points is smaller than 15s, the curve keeps running. Data size of capacity specifications is 1min.

Follow-up Procedure

In the function pane on the right, you can perform operations described in Table 4-9.
Table 4-9  Related operations





Click indicators or object names under the horizontal coordinate of the monitoring view.

Show or hide the current indicator or object curve.

Display performance views in two columns.

Click .

Display performance views of all indicators in two columns.

Display performance views in a single column.

Click .

Display performance views of all indicators in a single column.


Click Export.

Export historical performance monitoring data.


The performance data can be exported to a PDF, HTML, XLS or CSV file.

Save to Favorites.

  1. Click Favorites.
  2. In the Favorites dialog box, configure Name.
    • The name contains a maximum of 32 characters.
    • The name can contain only digits, letters, underscores(_), and hyphens(-), and must start with a letter or underscore(_).
  3. Click OK.

Save the performance curves of indicators to Favorites Folder in Home.

Save Layout

Click .

Store the layout after locations of indicators on the page are changed.

If indicators in the indicator template change, the layout will be reset to its initial status.
Updated: 2019-02-26

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