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Storage Objects by Performance Risk

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Updated March 14th, 2017

Displays all storage objects currently being monitored by SRM. Objects are listed by highest latency, that is the objects with the poorest performance are shown first.

Latency Latency is the time in milliseconds required to process a single input/output transaction (from the receipt of the input/output request to it being acknowledged).
IOPS Input/Output Operations per second. An input/output operation is a read, write, or control function performed to, from or within a computer system.
Throughput Amount of data transferred per unit time calculated between two SRM performance polls.

If latency, IOPS and Throughput meet or exceed the critical or warning thresholds, they ares highlighted in yellow or red.

Click Edit to:

  • Change the title and subtitle.
  • Number of objects displayed.
  • Filter objects using simpleSQL queries. For example:
    • TYPE = 'LUN' to list only LUNs.
    • LATENCY > 10 to list objects with a latency higher than 10 ms.
    • ARRAY LIKE 'lan-netapp%' to list only objects with an array name starting with 'lan-netapp'.
 
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