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Updated March 14th, 2017 

Click the IO Size label on the Performance Summary resource for a storage object to access the IOPS performance resource. It shows the average size, in kilobytes, of total, read and write input/output operations for a selected time period.

You can display performance data for the last hour, the last 12 hours, or the last 24 hours using the Zoom buttons, or set the start and end points from the historical data selection to select a custom period, by setting the start and end points from the historical data selection shown below the charts.

 
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