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Introduction 7 Product overview......................................................................................... 8 Terminology................................................................................................. 9

Installation and Licensing 11 Prerequisites............................................................................................... 12 Installing the EMC Adapter ........................................................................ 15 Installing Navisphere CLI.............................................................................15 About adapter instances............................................................................. 16

Adding an EMC Adapter instance for vCenter................................ 16 Configuring the vCenter Adapter................................................... 17 Adding an EMC Adapter instance for SCOM.................................. 18 Adding an EMC Adapter instance for OpenStack........................... 19 Adding EMC Adapter instances for EMC resources.......................20 Editing EMC Adapter instances..................................................... 22

Uninstalling ESA......................................................................................... 23

Monitoring your Environment 25 About EMC dashboards..............................................................................26

EMC overview dashboards.............................................................27 Topology dashboards.....................................................................29 Metrics dashboards....................................................................... 30 Top-N dashboards......................................................................... 30 Dashboard XChange.......................................................................31

Using badges to monitor resources............................................................ 32 Adjusting default tolerances....................................................................... 32 Monitoring storage..................................................................................... 32 Checking capacity and performance...........................................................33 Troubleshooting with inventory trees......................................................... 34

Managing Alerts and Recommendations 35 Viewing alerts............................................................................................. 36 Finding resource alerts............................................................................... 39 Enabling XtremIO alerts..............................................................................40 Understanding event correlation................................................................ 40

Performing Recommended Actions 41 Actions menu overview...............................................................................42 Managing policies....................................................................................... 42

Changing the service level objective (SLO) for a VMAX3 storage group............................................................................................. 42 Changing the tier policy for a File System......................................42 Changing the tier policy for a LUN.................................................43

Managing capacity .....................................................................................43 Extending file system capacity...................................................... 43 Extending volumes on EMC XtremIO storage systems.................. 43 Expanding LUN capacity................................................................44

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Managing VNX storage resources.............................................................. 44 Migrating a VNX LUN to another storage pool...............................44 Rebooting a Data Mover on VNX storage...................................... 45 Rebooting a VNX storage processor..............................................45 Enabling performance statistics for VNX Block............................. 45 Enabling FAST Cache on a VNX Block storage pool.......................46

Enabling FAST Cache on Unity and VNXe storage pools............................ 46 Managing VPLEX data migrations ..............................................................46

Troubleshooting 47 Launching Unisphere.................................................................................. 48 Finding adapter instance IDs.......................................................................48 Managing log files.......................................................................................48

Installation logs..............................................................................48 Log Insight overview......................................................................49 Error handling and event logging................................................... 50 Viewing error logs.......................................................................... 51 Creating and downloading a support bundle...................................51 About log file sizes and rollover counts.......................................... 51

Managing the collection of XtremIO snapshots.......................................... 53 Editing the Collection Interval for a resource..............................................54 Configuring the thread count for an adapter instance................................ 54 Using SSH to connect to vRealize Operations Manager............................. 55 Troubleshooting metrics and scoreboards.................................................. 55 Understanding error messages................................................................... 56 Understanding resources and relationships.................................................57 References.................................................................................................58

List of Alerts 59 Avamar alerts............................................................................................. 60 Isilon alerts..................................................................................................61 RecoverPoint alerts....................................................................................62 ScaleIO alerts............................................................................................. 63 Unity, UnityVSA, and VNXe alerts.............................................................. 66 VMAX alerts............................................................................................... 68 VNX Block alerts........................................................................................ 69 VNX Block notifications.............................................................................. 73 VNX File alerts............................................................................................75 VNX File notifications................................................................................. 78 VPLEX alerts.............................................................................................. 82 XtremIO alerts............................................................................................85

Dashboards and Metric Tolerances 87 EMC Avamar Overview dashboard............................................................. 88 Isilon Overview dashboard..........................................................................89 Top-N Isilon Nodes dashboard....................................................................89 RecoverPoint for VMs Overview dashboard............................................... 90 RecoverPoint for VMs Performance dashboard......................................... 90 Top-N RecoverPoint for VMs Objects dashboard....................................... 91 ScaleIO Overview dashboard...................................................................... 91 Unity Overview dashboard..........................................................................92 Top-N Unity LUNs, File Systems and VVols dashboard.............................. 93 VMAX Overview dashboard........................................................................94 Top-N VNX File Systems dashboard...........................................................95

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Top-N VNX LUNs dashboard......................................................................95 VNX Overview dashboard...........................................................................95 VPLEX Communication dashboard............................................................. 96 VPLEX Overview dashboard.......................................................................98 VPLEX Performance dashboard................................................................. 99 XtremIO Overview dashboard................................................................... 100 XtremIO Top-N dashboard........................................................................ 101 XtremIO Performance dashboard.............................................................. 101

Metrics 103 Avamar metrics......................................................................................... 104 Isilon metrics.............................................................................................109 ScaleIO metrics......................................................................................... 112 RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines metrics................................................114 Unity and UnityVSA metrics.......................................................................117 VMAX metrics........................................................................................... 122 VNX Block metrics.................................................................................... 125 VNX File/eNAS metrics.............................................................................129 VNXe metrics............................................................................................ 133 VPLEX metrics.......................................................................................... 138 XtremIO metrics........................................................................................149

Views and Reports 153 Avamar views and reports......................................................................... 154 eNAS views and reports............................................................................155 Isilon views and reports............................................................................. 157 ScaleIO views and reports.........................................................................159 VMAX views and reports...........................................................................160 VNX, VNXe, and Unity/UnityVSA views and reports................................. 162 XtremIO views and reports........................................................................172

Topology Diagrams 175 Topology mapping..................................................................................... 176 Avamar topology....................................................................................... 176 Isilon topology........................................................................................... 177 RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines topology............................................. 178 ScaleIO topology....................................................................................... 179 Unity topology.......................................................................................... 180 UnityVSA topology.................................................................................... 181 VMAX3 and VMAX All Flash topology........................................................182

VMAX3 and VMAX All Flash topology rules.................................. 182 VMAX VVol topology.................................................................................183 VNX Block topology.................................................................................. 184 VNX File/eNAS topology.......................................................................... 185 VNXe topology.......................................................................................... 186 VPLEX Local topology............................................................................... 187 VPLEX Metro topology............................................................................. 188 XtremIO topology......................................................................................189

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CHAPTER 1

Introduction

This chapter contains the following topics:

l Product overview.................................................................................................8 l Terminology......................................................................................................... 9

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Product overview EMC Storage Analytics (ESA) includes the VMware vRealize Operations Manager installation file and an adapter for vRealize Operations Manager that enables the collection of analytical data from EMC resources.

ESA complies with VMware management pack certification requirements and has received the VMware Ready certification.

The collector types are shown in the following figure. Refer to the EMC Simple Support Matrix for a list of supported product models.

Figure 1 EMC Adapter architecture

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Terminology Familiarize yourself with commonly used terms.

adapter

A vRealize Operations Manager component that collects performance metrics from an external source such as VMware vCenter or a storage system. Third- party adapters such as the EMC Adapter are installed on the vRealize Operations Manager server to enable creation of adapter instances within vRealize Operations Manager.

adapter instance

A specific external source of performance metrics, such as a specific storage system. An adapter instance resource is an instance of an adapter that has a one- to-one relationship with an external source of data, such as an EMC VNX

storage system.

dashboard

A tab on the home page of the vRealize Operations Manager graphical user interface (GUI). vRealize Operations Manager ships with default dashboards. Dashboards are fully customizable by the end user.

health rating

An overview of the current state of any resource, from an individual operation to an entire enterprise. vRealize Operations Manager checks internal metrics for the resource and uses its proprietary analytics formulas to calculate an overall health score on a scale of 0 to 100.

icon

A pictorial element in a widget that enables a user to perform a specific function. Hover over an icon to display a tooltip that describes the function.

metric

A category of data collected for a resource. For example, the number of read operations per second is one of the metrics collected for each LUN resource.

resource

Any entity in the environment for which vRealize Operations Manager can collect data. For example, LUN 27 is a resource.

resource kind

A general type of a resource, such as LUN or DISK. The resource kind dictates the type of metrics that are collected.

widget

An area of the ESA GUI that displays metrics-related information. Youcan customize widgets for your own environment.

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Installation and Licensing

This chapter contains the following topics:

l Prerequisites.......................................................................................................12 l Installing the EMC Adapter ................................................................................ 15 l Installing Navisphere CLI.................................................................................... 15 l About adapter instances..................................................................................... 16 l Uninstalling ESA.................................................................................................23

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Prerequisites Before you install ESA, verify that you have configured your environment according to the requirements in this section.

Software requirements The following software is required:

l A supported version of VMware vRealize Operations Manager Advanced or Enterprise edition as listed in the EMC Simple Support Matrix. Obtain the OVA installation package for vRealize Operations Manager from VMware or download it from EMC Online Support. Refer to the vRealize Operations Manager vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide on the VMware support page to install the software. ESA does not support Foundation and Standard editions.

l Supported versions of EMC systems and minimum operating environment requirements as listed in the EMC Simple Support Matrix.

l A supported web browser as listed in the release notes for your version of vRealize Operations Manager.

License requirements You must purchase the following licenses:

l VMware license for vRealize Operations Manager (Advanced or Enterprise).

l EMC Storage Analytics electronic or physical license. If you purchase an electronic license for ESA, you receive a letter that directs you to an electronic licensing system to activate the software to which you are entitled. Otherwise, you receive a physical license key.

l EMC product licenses. A 90-day trial for all supported products is available with ESA. The 90-day trial provides the same features as licensed products, but after 90 days of use, the adapter stops collecting data. You can add a license at any time. To install software for trial, leave the license field blank.

n Unity and UnityVSA adapter instances do not require you to provide a license in the configuration wizard. The ESA license for the Unity and UnityVSA collector is tracked on the array. In EMC Unisphere, select Settings- > Software and Licenses > License Information to ensure that the ESA license is valid and current.

n Only one EMC Adapter instance is required for VPLEX Local or VPLEX Metro systems. You can monitor both clusters in a VPLEX Metro system by adding a single EMC Adapter instance for one of the clusters. Adding an EMC Adapter instance for each cluster in a VPLEX Metro system introduces unnecessary stress on the system.

System configuration

User accounts

l StorageTo create an EMC Adapter instance for a storage array, you must have a user account that allows you to connect to the storage array or EMC SMI-S Provider. For example, to add an EMC Adapter for a VNX array, use a global account with an operator or administrator role (a local account does not work).

l vCenterTo create an EMC Adapter instance for vCenter (where Adapter Type = EMC Adapter and Connection Type = VMware vSphere), you must

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have an account that allows you access to vCenter and the objects it monitors. In this case, vCenter (not the EMC Adapter) enforces access credentials. To create an EMC Adapter instance for vCenter, use an account assigned with a minimum role of Read-Only at the vCenter root and enable propagation of permissions to descendant objects. Depending on the size of the vCenter, wait approximately 30 seconds before testing the EMC Adapter. More information about user accounts and access rights is available in the vSphere API/SDK documentation (see information about authentication and authorization for VMware ESXi and vCenter Server). Ensure that the adapter points to the vCenter server that vRealize Operations Manager monitors.

DNS configuration

To use the EMC Adapter, the vRealize Operations Manager vApp requires network connectivity to the storage systems to be monitored. DNS must be correctly configured on the vRealize Operations Manager server to enable hostname resolution by the EMC Adapter.

Time zone and synchronization settings

Ensure time synchronization for all ESA resources by using Network Time Protocol (NTP). Also, set correct time zones for ESA resources. Failure to observe these practices might affect the collection of performance metrics and topology updates.

EMC system configuration requirements

Use the port assignments and IP addresses in the following table to configure the environment for EMC systems.

Table 1 EMC system configuration requirements

Connection type Data source Protocol Default port

IP address/credential/notes

EMC Avamar MCSDK API HTTP SOAP

9443

Isilon REST API HTTPS 8080 Isilon Storage Administration web interface IP address

Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM)

SQL TCP 1433

OpenStack OpenStack Endpoint

HTTP 5000

EMC RecoverPoint

for Virtual Machines REST API HTTPS 443

EMC ScaleIO REST API HTTPS 443 IP address and port of the ScaleIO Gateway

Unity/UnityVSA REST API HTTPS 443 Unisphere Management IP address and user credential that has the array Administrator role.

VMAX and Unisphere for VMAX

Unisphere for VMAX REST API

HTTPS 8443 l Unisphere must be available on the network and accessible through a port specified at the end of the IP address (for example, 10.10.10.10:8443).

l All VMAX systems must be registered for performance data collection to work with ESA.

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Table 1 EMC system configuration requirements (continued)

Connection type Data source Protocol Default port

IP address/credential/notes

l For data collection only, the Unisphere user credentials for ESA must have PERF_MONITOR permissions

l For the ability to use actions, the user must have STORAGE_ADMIN permissions.

VMware vSphere vCenter Web Services SDK

HTTPS 443

VNX Block Navisphere CLI (naviseccli)

TCP/SSL 443 or 2163 Storage processors require IP addresses that are reachable from the vRealize Operations Manager server. Bidirectional traffic for this connection flows through port 443 (HTTPS). Statistics logging must be enabled on each

storage processor (SP) for metric collection (System >

System Properties > Statistics Logging in Unisphere).

VNX File/eNAS Control Station CLI

SSH 22 IP address that is reachable from the vRealize Operations Manager server. Bi-directional Ethernet traffic flows through port 22 using Secure Shell (SSH). If you are using the EMC VNX nas_stig script for security

(/nas/tools/nas_stig), do not use root in the

password credentials. Setting nas_stig to On limits

direct access for root accounts, preventing the adapter instance from collecting metrics for VNX File and eNAS.

VNXe REST API HTTPS 443 Unisphere's Management IP address and user credential that has the array's Administrator role.

VPLEX REST API (topology)

VPlexcli (metrics)

HTTPS

SSH

443

22

XtremIO REST API HTTPS 443 IP address of the XtremIO Management Server (XMS) and the serial number of the XtremIO Cluster to monitor. If enhanced performance is required, administrators can configure the thread count for the XtremIO adapter instance. See Configuring the thread count for an adapter instance on page 54.

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Installing the EMC Adapter The ESA installation procedure installs the EMC Adapter and the dashboards.

Before you begin

Obtain the PAK file for the EMC Adapter from EMC Online Support.

Note

If You use Internet Explorer, the installation file downloads as a ZIP file but functions the same way as the PAK file.

WARNING

When you upgrade EMC Storage Analytics the standard EMC dashboards are overwritten. To customize a standard EMC dashboard, clone it, rename it, and then customize it.

Procedure

1. Save the PAK file in a temporary folder.

2. Start the vRealize Operations Manager administrative user interface in your web browser and log in as an administrator.

For example, enter https:// .

3. Select Administration > Solutions and then click Add (+) to upload the PAK file.

4. When the message appears that the PAK file is ready to install, complete the wizard.

Depending on your system's performance, the installation can take from 5 to 15 minutes.

5. When the installation completes, click Finish.

The EMC Adapter appears in the list of installed solutions.

Installing Navisphere CLI For vRealize Operations Manager 6.1 or later, the Navisphere CLI (naviseccli) is automatically installed on all Data Nodes that are available during the initial installation. If you add more nodes in the vRealize Operations Manager cluster after ESA is installed or if you are using vRealize Operations Manager 6.0 or earlier, use this procedure to manually install naviseccli.

l Install naviseccli before you add the EMC Adapter instance to vRealize Operations Manager. If naviseccli is not installed, errors could might in scaled-out vCenter environments that consist of a Master Node and multiple Data Nodes. Naviseccli is automatically installed on the Master Node. However, because the Data Node collects metrics, the EMC Adapter might report errors if naviseccli is not installed.

l For VNX Block systems, install the naviseccli in the Data Node that you assign to collect metrics for VNX systems.

The naviseccli-bin-xxx-rpm file is included in the ESA package.

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Procedure

1. Enable SSH for both master and data nodes.

Refer to Using SSH to connect to vRealize Operations Manager on page 55 for instructions.

2. Extract the PAK file by using decompression software such as WinZip.

3. Copy the naviseccli-bin-version.rpm file (for example, naviseccli- bin-7.33.1.0.33-x64.rpm)to a target directory in the data node.

If you are using Windows, you can use WinSCP for the copy operation.

4. Establish a secure connection to the data node and change to the target directory.

5. Run this command: rpm -i naviseccli-bin-version.rpm where version is the appropriate version of the naviseccli utility for the node.

6. Repeat this procedure to install naviseccli in other nodes, as required.

About adapter instances Adapter instances specify the adapter type and the information that is needed for vRealize Operations Manager to identify and access resources.

The vCenter adapter instance enables other adapter instances to display visible connections between the VMware objects and the array objects.

EMC Adapter instances provide access to EMC resources.

Note

After adapter instances are created, the vRealize Operations Manager Collector requires several minutes to collect statistics, depending on the size of the storage array. Large storage array configurations require up to 45 minutes to collect metrics and resources and update dashboards. Once the initial data is collected, future statistical collections run quickly.

Adding an EMC Adapter instance for vCenter To view health trees for the storage environment from the virtual environment, install an EMC Adapter instance for vCenter before installing other EMC resource adapter instances.

Install a separate instance for each vCenter that the vRealize Operations Manager environment monitors.

Procedure

1. In a web browser, type: https://vROps_ip_address/vcops-web-ent to start the vRealize Operations Manager custom user interface and log in as an administrator.

2. Select Administration > Solutions > EMC Adapter, and then click the Configure icon.

The Manage Solution dialog box appears.

3. Click the Add icon to add a new adapter instance.

4. Configure the following Adapter Settings and Basic Settings:

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l Display NameAny descriptive name, for example: My vCenter l DescriptionOptional

l Connection TypeVMware vSphere

l License (optional)Leave blank for EMC Adapter instance for vCenter

l Management IPIP address of the vCenter server

l Array ID (optional)Leave blank for VMware vSphere connection type

5. In the Credential field, select any previously defined credentials for this storage system; otherwise, click the Add New icon (+) and configure these settings:

l Credential nameAny descriptive name, for example: My VMware Credentials

l UsernameUsername that ESA uses to connect to the VMware vRealize system

Note

If a domain user is used, the format for the username is DOMAIN \USERNAME.

l PasswordPassword for the ESA username

6. Click OK.

7. Configure the Advanced Settings, if they are required:

l CollectorvRealize Operations Manager Collector

l Log LevelConfigure log levels for each adapter instance. The levels for logging information are ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG, and TRACE.

The Manage Solution dialog box appears.

8. To test the adapter instance, click Test Connection.

If the connection is correctly configured, a confirmation box appears.

9. Click OK.

The new adapter instance polls for data every five minutes by default. At every interval, the adapter instance collects information about the VMware vSphere datastore and virtual machines with Raw Device Mapping (RDM). Consumers of the registered VMware service can access the mapping information.

Note

To edit the polling interval, select Administration > Environment Overview > EMC Adapter Instance. Select the EMC Adapter instance you want to edit, and click the Edit Object icon.

Configuring the vCenter Adapter After the vCenter Adapter is installed, configure it manually.

Procedure

1. Start the vRealize Operations Manager custom user interface and log in as administrator.

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In a web browser, type https://vROps_ip_address/vcops-webent and type the password.

2. Select Administration > Solutions.

3. In the solutions list, select VMware vSphere > vCenter Adapter, and click the Configure icon.

The Manage Solution dialog box appears.

4. Click the Add icon.

5. In the Manage Solution dialog box, provide values for the following parameters:

a. Under Adapter Settings, type a name and optional description.

b. Under Basic Settings:

l For vCenter Server, type the vCenter IP address.

l For Credential, either select a previously defined credential or click the Add icon to add a new credential. For a new credential, in the Manage Credential dialog box, type a descriptive name and the username and password for the vRealize system. If you use a domain username, the format is DOMAIN \USERNAME. Optionally, you can edit the credential using the Manage Credential dialog box. Click OK to close the dialog box.

c. (Optional) Configure the Advanced Settings:

l Collector: The vRealize Operations Manager Collector

l Auto Discovery: True or False

l Process Change Events: True or False

l Registration user: The registration username used to collect data from vCenter Server.

l Registration password: The registration password used to collect data from vCenter Server

6. Click Test Connection.

7. Click OK in the confirmation dialog box.

8. Click Save Settings to save the adapter.

9. Click Yes to force the registration.

10. Click Next to go through a list of questions to create a new default policy, if required.

Adding an EMC Adapter instance for SCOM The SCOM adapter collects the resource and topology information for the computers and virtual machines in a Microsoft Hyper-V environment. To view relationships between VNX resources and resources that are collected by the SCOM adapter, configure an EMC Adapter instance for SCOM.

Before you begin

l Install Hyper-V Management Pack Extensions 2012/2012 R2 in SCOM. The installation binary is available at https://hypervmpe2012.codeplex.com.

l Install the Management Pack for EMC storage systems (EMC Adapter) on vRealize Operations Manager.

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l Install the Management Pack for SCOM on vRealize Operations Manager.

l Download the VNX Topology Dashboard enabled for Hyper-V from the Dashboard XChange on the EMC Storage Analytics Community Content tab. Import the dashboard into vRealize Operations Manager.

l Add your SCOM adapter instance in VMware SCOM MP.

Procedure

1. Open the EMC Adapter configuration dialog box.

2. For Management IP, type the IP address in this format: IP address of the SCOM server.Port of the SQL Server instance that stores the SCOM data (default is 1433)/database name of the SQL Server that stores the SCOM data (default is OperationsManager).

For example, 10.0.0.1:1433/OperationsManager

3. For Collector Type, type Microsoft SCOM.

4. For Credential, type the username and password to connect to SQL Server.

For Windows authentication, provide the domain name, for example domain_name\administrator_username.

5. Click Test Connection. If a Driver not found error appears, try again.

6. Verify that the connection is successful and click Save.

The SCOM adapter instance is added.

Adding an EMC Adapter instance for OpenStack The OpenStack adapter collects the compute, storage, and network infrastructure information in the OpenStack environment. To view relationships between VNX resources and OpenStack resources, configure an EMC Adapter instance for OpenStack.

Before you begin

l Install the Management Pack for EMC storage systems (EMC Adapter) on vRealize Operations Manager.

l Install the vRealize Operations Manager pack for OpenStack.

l Configure a VMware OpenStack Adapter instance.

Procedure

1. In the configuration dialog box for the EMC Adapter, provide the following information:

l Management IP: Type the URL of the OpenStack Endpoint in this format: protocol://IP_address:port. Protocol can be http or https. The protocol defaults to http if omitted. The port defaults to 5000 if omitted. For example: 192.168.1.2 defaults to http://192.168.1.2:5000

l Connection Type: Select OpenStack.

l Credential: Type the username and password used to connect to the OpenStack Endpoint. The username format is tenant:username. Tenant defaults to admin if omitted.

2. Click Test Connection.

3. If a Review and Accept Certificate dialog box appears, review and click OK to accept the certificate.

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4. Verify that the connection test is successful and click Save.

Results

The OpenStack adapter instance is added.

Adding EMC Adapter instances for EMC resources Each EMC resource requires an adapter instance.

Before you begin

l Install the EMC Adapter for vCenter. All EMC resources adapter instances require the EMC Adapter instance for vCenter to be installed first.

l Obtain the adapter license key (if required) for your EMC product.

Adapter instances are licensed by product. Observe these exceptions and requirements:

Product Comment

eNAS adapter instance No license required.

Unity adapter instance The license is automatically verified through the array.

VNX Unified array Uses the same license for VNX File and VNX Block.

VNX File adapter instance License required for VNX File system.

VNX Block l To avoid a certificate error if the main storage processor is down, test both storage processors for the VNX Block system to accept both certificates.

l Global Scope is required for VNX Block access.

VPLEX Metro Add an adapter instance for only one of the clusters (either one); this action enables you to monitor both clusters with a single adapter instance.

EMC RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines

Ensure that your EMC RecoverPoint model matches your license.

Procedure

1. In a web browser, type: https://vROps_ip_address/vcops-web-ent to start the vRealize Operations Manager custom user interface and log in as an administrator.

2. Select Administration > Solutions > EMC Adapter and click the Configure icon.

The Manage Solution dialog box appears.

3. Click the Add icon to add a new adapter instance.

4. Configure the following Adapter Settings and Basic Settings:

l Display NameA descriptive name, such as My Storage System or the array ID

l Description(optional)Description with more details

l LicenseLicense key (if required) for the array that you want to monitor The license key for the adapter instance appears on the Right to Use Certificate that is delivered to you or through electronic licensing.

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Note

If you leave the license field blank, the adapter instance runs under a 90-day trial. When the 90-day trial expires, ESA stops collecting metrics until you add a valid license to the adapter instance.

5. Configure these settings based on the adapter instance for your product:

Supported product Field: Connection Type

Field: Management IP Field: Array ID (optional)

Avamar Avamar Use the IP address of the Avamar server where MCS is running.

Not applicable

eNAS eNAS Use the IP address of the primary Control Station (CS).

Not applicable

Isilon arrays Isilon If SmartConnect Zone is configured, use the SmartConnect zone name or IP address. Otherwise, use any node IP address.

EMC RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines

RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines

Use the IP address of the virtual EMC RecoverPoint appliance.

Not applicable

ScaleIO arrays ScaleIO Use the IP address and port of the ScaleIO Gateway. Not applicable

Unity Unity Use the IP address of the management server. Not applicable

UnityVSA UnityVSA Use the IP address of the management server. Not applicable

VMAX3 and VMAX All Flash VMAX Use the IPv4 or IPv6 address, and the port number of the configured EMC Unisphere for VMAX.

Required

VNX Block arrays VNX Block Use the IP address of one SP in a single array. Do not add an adapter instance for each SP.

Not applicable

VNX File and Unified models,VG2 and VG8 gateway models

VNX File Use the IP address of the primary CS. Not applicable

VNXe3200 VNXe Use the IP address of the management server. Not applicable

VPLEX Local or VPLEX Metro VPLEX Use the IP address of the management server. For a Metro cluster, use the IP address of either management server, but not both.

Not applicable

XtremIO XtremIO Use the IP address of the XMS that manages the XtremIO target cluster.

Use the serial number of the XtremIO target cluster.

6. In the Credential field, select any previously defined credentials for this product; otherwise, click the Add New icon and configure these settings:

l Credential nameA name for the credentials information

l UsernameUsername that EMC Storage Analytics uses to connect to the EMC product:

n AvamarMCUser account, or another Avamar Administrator user

n IsilonOneFS storage administration server

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n ScaleIOScaleIO Gateway

n RecoverPoint for Virtual MachinesVirtual EMC RecoverPoint appliance

n Unity and UnityVSAManagement server

n VMAXUnisphere user. For data collection only, the Unisphere user credentials for ESA must have PERF_MONITOR permissions and, for the ability to use actions, the user must have STORAGE_ADMIN permissions.

n VNX File or eNASCS username

n VNX BlockSP username

n VNXeManagement server

n VPLEXManagement server (for example, the service user). The default credentials are service/Mi@Dim7T.

n XtremIOXMS username

l PasswordEMC product management password.

7. Click OK.

The Manage Solution dialog reappears.

8. If required, configure the following Advanced Settings:

l CollectorAutomatically select collector

l Log Level Configure log levels for each adapter instance. The levels for logging information are ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG, and TRACE.

The Manage Solution dialog box appears.

9. Click Test Connection to validate the values you entered.

If the adapter instance is correctly configured, a confirmation box appears.

Note

Testing an adapter instance validates the values you entered. Failure to do this step causes the adapter instance to change to the (red) warning state if you enter invalid values and do not validate them. If the connection test fails, verify that all fields contain the correct information and remove any white spaces at the end of the values.

10. To finish adding the adapter instance, click OK.

Editing EMC Adapter instances You can edit installed EMC Adapter instances.

Before you begin

l Install the EMC Adapter.

l Configure the EMC Adapter instance for your EMC product.

l Obtain an adapter license key for your product.

Adapter instances are licensed per product. For details, refer to License requirements.

Procedure

1. Start the vRealize Operations Manager custom user interface and log in as administrator.

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For example in a web browser, type: https://vROps_ip_address/vcops-web- ent.

2. Select Administration > Inventory Explorer > EMC Adapter Instance.

3. Select the EMC adapter you want to edit and click the Edit Object icon.

The Edit Object dialog appears.

4. Edit the fields you need to change. See Adding EMC Adapter instances for EMC products for field descriptions.

5. Click Test Connection to verify the connection.

6. To finish editing the adapter instance, click OK.

Uninstalling ESA Remove ESA objects to uninstall ESA.

Procedure

1. Select Home > Administration > Inventory Explorer > Adapter Instances > EMC Adapter Instance.

2. Remove adapter instances for which the Adapter Type is EMC Adapter.

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CHAPTER 3

Monitoring your Environment

This chapter contains the following topics:

l About EMC dashboards..................................................................................... 26 l Using badges to monitor resources.................................................................... 32 l Adjusting default tolerances...............................................................................32 l Monitoring storage.............................................................................................32 l Checking capacity and performance.................................................................. 33 l Troubleshooting with inventory trees.................................................................34

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About EMC dashboards Dashboards provide a graphic representation of the status and relationships of selected objects.

The standard dashboards are delivered as templates. If a dashboard is accidentally deleted or changed, you can generate a new one. Use the standard vRealize Operations Manager dashboard customization features to create additional dashboards if required (some restrictions might apply).

The dashboards are listed as tabs on the vRealize Operations Manager Home page. You can also see the list of dashboards by selecting Home > Dashboard List > EMC.

Dashboards include various widgets, depending on the type of dashboard.

l Resource TreeShows the end-to-end topology and health of resources across vSphere and storage domains. Configure the hierarchy that is shown by changing the widget settings; changing these settings does not alter the underlying object relationships in the database. Select any resource in this widget to view related resources in the stack.

l Health TreeProvides a navigable visualization of resources that have parent or child relationships to the resource you select in the Resource Tree widget. Single- click to select resources, or double-click to change the navigation focus.

l Sparkline ChartShows sparklines for the metrics of the resource you select in the Resource Tree widget.

l Metric PickerLists all the metrics that are collected for the resource you select in the Resource Tree widget. Double-click a metric to create a graph of the metric in the Metric Chart widget.

l Metric ChartGraphs the metrics you select in the Metric Picker widget. Display multiple metrics simultaneously in a single graph or in multiple graphs.

l Resource Events (VNX/VNXe only)Shows a graph that illustrates the health of the selected object over a period of time. Object events are labeled on the graph. Hover over or click a label to display event details, including event ID, start time, cancel time, trigger, resource name, and event details.

Note

The VMware documentation provides instructions for modifying or deleting dashboards to suit your environment.

l Be sure to rename modified dashboards so that they will not be overwritten during an upgrade.

l If you attempt to modify a component that does not exist, such as modifying a dashboard for a storage system that is not in your environment, vRealize Operations Manager generates a generic error message indicating that the task failed.

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The following table lists the default dashboards for each EMC resource.

Table 2 Default dashboards

Dashboard name

Avamar Isilon ScaleIO VNX Unity VMAX VPLEX XtremIO RecoverPoint for VMs

Storage Topology

--- X X X X X X X X

Storage Metrics

--- X X X X X X X X

Overview X X X X X X X X X

Topology X X X X X X X --- ---

Metrics X X X X X X --- X X

Top-N --- X --- X X --- --- X X

Performance --- --- --- --- --- --- X X X

Communication --- --- --- --- --- --- X --- ---

Properties X --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Note

eNAS dashboards are available on the Dashboard XChange.

EMC overview dashboards Overview tabs for EMC resources display a single view of performance and capacity metrics for selected resources that have configured adapter instances. Scoreboards and heat maps group the contents by adapter instance.

Heatmaps and scoreboards use color to provide a high-level view of performance and capacity metrics for selected devices. Tolerances are displayed in the key at the bottom of each heatmap. Hover your mouse over specific areas of a graph or heatmap to see more details.

l For measurable metrics, colors range from green to shades of yellow and orange to red.

l Metrics with varied values that cannot be assigned a range show relative values from lowest (light blue or light green) to highest (dark blue or dark green). Because the range of values for relative metrics have no lower or upper limits, the numerical difference between light and dark blue or green might be minimal.

Note

It is normal for white boxes to appear in the heatmap:

l While the metrics are being gathered for an adapter instance.

l When the adapter itself or an individual resource has been deleted and the resources have not been removed from the Environment Overview page.

The following figures show examples of Overview dashboards.

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Figure 2 VNX Overview dashboard

Figure 3 ScaleIO Overview dashboard

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Figure 4 VPLEX Overview dashboard

Topology dashboards The topology dashboards provide an entry point for viewing resources and relationships between storage and virtual infrastructure objects for supported adapter instances.

Click the Topology tab for the EMC Adapter instance you want to view.

Details for every object in every widget are available by selecting the object and clicking the Resource Detail icon at the top of each widget.

The default topology dashboards contain the Resource Tree, Health Tree, and Sparkline Chart widgets.

The following figure shows the Isilon Topology dashboard with a node selected in the Resource Tree widget. The Sparkline Chart reflects the information for the selected node.

Figure 5 Isilon Topology dashboard

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Metrics dashboards The metrics dashboards display resources and metrics for storage systems and enable you to view graphs of resource metrics.

Click the Metrics tab for the EMC Adapter instance you want to view.

The default Metrics dashboards contain the Resource Tree, Metric Picker, Metric Chart, and Resource Events (VNX/VNXe only) widgets.

Note

Performance metrics are not supported for user LUNs on vault drives. Place user LUNs on drives other than vault drives.

The following figure shows the VNX Metrics dashboard with a VNX storage pool selected in the Resource Tree. Figure 6 VNX Metrics dashboard

Top-N dashboards The Top-N dashboards enable you to view your top performing devices at a glance.

The Top-N dashboards are available for:

l Isilon Nodes

l EMC RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines Objects

l Unity LUNs, File Systems, and VVols

l VNX File Systems

l VNX LUNs

l XtremIO Volumes

Top performing devices are selected based on the current value of the associated metric that you configured for each widget. You can change the time period and the number of objects in your top performer list.

The following figure shows the Top-N VNX LUNs dashboard.

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Figure 7 Top-N VNX LUNs dashboard

Dashboard XChange The Dashboard XChange is a user community page for users to exchange EMC Storage Analytics custom dashboards.

ESA provides a set of default dashboards that provide you with a variety of functional views into your storage environment. You can also create custom dashboards to visualize collected data according to your own requirements. The Dashboard XChange on ESA Community is an extension of that feature that enables you to:

l Export custom dashboards to the Dashboard XChange to benefit a wider EMC Storage Analytics community

l Import custom dashboards from the Dashboard XChange to add value to your own environment

The Dashboard XChange, hosted on the Dell EMC Community Network, also hosts dashboards designed by EMC to showcase widget functions that might satisfy a particular use case in your environment. Import these dashboards into your existing environment to enhance the functionality offered by EMC Storage Analytics and edit imported dashboards to meet the specific requirements of your own storage environment.

The Dashboard XChange provides these resources to help you create custom dashboards:

l How-to video that shows how to create custom dashboards

l Best practices guide that provides detailed guidelines for dashboard creation

l Slide show that demonstrates how to import dashboards from or export them to the Dashboard XChange

Note that there are XChange Zones for supported platforms.

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Using badges to monitor resources vRealize Operations Manager provides badges that enable you to analyze capacity, workload, and stress of supported resource objects.

The badges are based on a default policy that is defined in vRealize Operations Manager for each resource kind:

l Workload badgeDefines the current workload of a monitored resource. It displays a breakdown of the workload based on supported metrics.

l Stress badgeDefines the workload over a period of time. It displays one-hour time slices over the period of a week. The color of each slice reflects the stress status of the resource.

l Capacity badgeDisplays the percentage of a resource that is currently consumed and the remaining capacity for the resource.

Note

Depending on the resource and supported metrics, full capacity is sometimes defined as 100% (for example, Busy %); it can also be defined by the maximum observed value (for example, Total Operations IO/s).

l Time Remaining badgeCalculated from the Capacity badge and estimates when the resource will reach full capacity.

Adjusting default tolerances Change the values for metric tolerance levels to suit your environment.

ESA contains default tolerance ranges for metrics that are appropriate for the majority of users. The ranges are displayed at the bottom of each heatmap. Change them to suit your needs. Be sure to note the default values in case you want to revert to the original tolerance levels. The VMware documentation provides detailed instructions for modifying heatmap widget configurations.

Monitoring storage The Storage Topology dashboard provides an entry point for viewing resources and relationships between storage and virtual infrastructure objects.

Procedure

1. Select Home > Storage Topology.

2. In the Storage System Selector widget, select an object to display its topology in the Storage Topology and Health widget.

3. Select an object in the Storage Topology and Health widget to display its Parent and Child resources, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 8 Storage Topology dashboard

4. (Optional) Double-click an object to change the navigation focus.

5. To view more details, select an object and click Object Detail.

The tabs shown in the following figure provide more details for the selected object.

Figure 9 Viewing storage details

Checking capacity and performance Monitor the capacity and performance of your system using the Storage Metrics dashboard.

Monitoring helps you plan ahead and avoid congestion on your system.

Procedure

1. Select Home > Storage Metrics.

2. In the Storage System Selector, select a storage array to populate the Resource Selector.

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3. In the Resource Selector, select an object to populate the Metric Picker widget with all metrics collected for the selected resource.

4. Double-click a metric to create a graph of the metric in the Metric Graph widget.

The following figure shows an example of the Storage Metrics dashboard with all widgets populated.

Figure 10 Storage Metrics dashboard

Troubleshooting with inventory trees Inventory trees in vRealize Operations Manager help troubleshoot problems you encounter with EMC resources by filtering out irrelevant data.

vRealize Operations Manager inventory trees are available for these EMC resources: VNX Block, VNX File, Unity, and VMAX.

Procedure

1. Select Home > Environment.

2. Under Inventory Trees, select the tree name to view its nodes and expand the list to view objects under the selected node.

For detailed instructions, refer to the VMware documentation.

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CHAPTER 4

Managing Alerts and Recommendations

This chapter contains the following topics:

l Viewing alerts.....................................................................................................36 l Finding resource alerts.......................................................................................39 l Enabling XtremIO alerts..................................................................................... 40 l Understanding event correlation........................................................................ 40

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Viewing alerts View symptoms, alerts, and recommendations for EMC Adapter instances through the vRealize Operations Manager GUI. ESA defines the alerts, symptoms, and recommendations for resources that the EMC Adapter instance monitors.

Home dashboard The vRealize Operations Manager home page dashboard displays all alerts, including ESA symptoms, alerts, and recommendations. View health, risk, and efficiency alerts, listed in order of severity. The following figure shows the Home dashboard with the Virtual Machine tab selected. Hover your mouse over an item in the Suggested Fix column to see more information, as shown in the following figure. Figure 11 vRealize Operations Manager Home dashboard

Alerts Select Alerts from the vRealize Operations Manager navigation panel to view ESA alerts as well as the alerts that vRealize Operations Manager generates. Select Health, Risk, or Efficiency to view the alerts in each category. To refine your search, use the tools in the menu bar. For example, select a start and end date or enter a search string. The following figure shows the Alerts window.

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Figure 12 Alerts window

Alert Details Select an alert to view detailed properties of the alert. Properties include title, description, related resources, type, subtype, status, impact, criticality, and alert start time. This view also shows the symptoms that triggered the alert as well as recommendations for responding to the alert, as shown in the following figure. Figure 13 Alert Details window

Summary Click the Object Detail button on the health tree for a resource or double-click an alert to view the Summary tab for the resource, as shown in the following figure. vRealize Operations Manager displays the alerts for the selected resource and for the children of the selected resource that affect the badge color of the selected resource.

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Figure 14 Summary tab

Symptom definitions Click Administration > Symptom Definitions to view symptom definitions for alerts ESA generates. Each definition includes the information shown in the following figure. Figure 15 Symptom Definitions window

Recommendations Click Administration > Recommendations to view the recommendation descriptions for alerts ESA generates. The following figure shows an example of the Recommendations window. Click a number in the Alert Definitions column to see the alert definitions that trigger the recommendation.

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Figure 16 Recommendations window

Alert definitions Select Administration > Alert Definitions to view alert definitions for alerts ESA generates. Each definition includes the details shown in the following figure. Figure 17 Alert Definitions window

Finding resource alerts An alert generated by ESA is associated with a specific resource.

Procedure

1. Select the resource from one of the dashboard views.

The number that appears on the alert icon represents the number of alerts for this resource.

2. Click the Show Alerts icon on the menu bar to view the list of alerts for the resource.

Alert information for the resource appears in the popup window.

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Enabling XtremIO alerts The following alerts for XtremIO Volume and Snapshot metrics out of range are disabled by default to align with XMS default settings:

l Average Small Reads (IO/s)

l Average Small Writes (IO/s)

l Average Unaligned Reads (IO/s)

l Average Unaligned Writes (IO/s)

Use the following procedure to enable alerts.

Procedure

1. Select Administration > Policies > Policy Library.

2. Select Default Policy and click the Edit Selected Policy button (pencil icon).

3. Select Edit > 6. Alert/Symptom Definitions.

4. For each alert that you want to enable, select the alert, select State, and select Local to enable it.

5. Click Save.

Understanding event correlation Understanding how events, alerts, and resources are related helps with troubleshooting. Event correlation is available for VNX Block and VNX File.

EMC Adapter instances monitor events on certain resources, which appear as alerts in vRealize Operations Manager.

vRealize Operations Manager manages the life cycle of an alert and cancels an active alert based on its rules. For example, vRealize Operations Manager might cancel an alert if EMC Storage Analytics no longer reports it.

Events that vRealize Operations Manager generates influence the health score calculation for certain resources. For example, in the Details pane for the selected resource, events that contribute to the health score appear as alerts.

vRealize Operations Manager generates events and associates them only with the resources that triggered them. vRealize Operations Manager determines how the alerts appear and how they affect the health scores of the related resources.

Note

When you remove a resource, vRealize Operations Manager automatically removes existing alerts associated with the resource, and the alerts no longer appear in the GUI.

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CHAPTER 5

Performing Recommended Actions

This chapter contains the following topics:

l Actions menu overview...................................................................................... 42 l Managing policies...............................................................................................42 l Managing capacity ............................................................................................ 43 l Managing VNX storage resources...................................................................... 44 l Enabling FAST Cache on Unity and VNXe storage pools.................................... 46 l Managing VPLEX data migrations ..................................................................... 46

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Actions menu overview As an administrator, you can perform certain actions on EMC storage resources. These actions are available from the Actions menu on the storage system's resource page and, in some cases, from the Details tab for an alert.

For these actions to be available, the following requirements must be met:

l ESA must be installed and the EMC Adapter instances configured.

l The EMC Adapter instances require the use of administrator credentials on the storage array.

l The vRealize Operations Manager user must have an administrator role that can access the Actions menu.

Managing policies Change service level objectives and tier policies.

Changing the service level objective (SLO) for a VMAX3 storage group This action is available from the Actions menu when you select a VMAX3 storage group.

Procedure

1. From the summary page of a VMAX3 storage group, click Actions > Change SLO.

2. In the Change SLO dialog box, provide the following information for the storage group:

l New SLO

l New Workload type

3. Click OK.

Results

The SLO for the storage group is changed.

Changing the tier policy for a File System This action is available in the Actions menu when you select a File System on the Summary tab.

Procedure

1. From the File System's Summary page, click Actions > Change File System Tiering Policy.

2. In the dialog box, select a tiering policy and click Begin Action.

Results

The policy is changed. You can check the status under Recent Tasks.

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Changing the tier policy for a LUN This action is available from the Actions menu when you select a Unity, UnityVSA, VNX, or VNXe LUN on the Summary tab.

Procedure

1. From the Summary tab of a supported storage system LUN, click Action > Change Tiering Policy.

2. In the Change Tiering Policy dialog box, select a tiering policy and click Begin Action.

Results

The policy is changed. Check the status under Recent Tasks.

Managing capacity Extend storage on file systems, LUNs, and volumes.

Extending file system capacity This action is available from the Actions menu when you select a file system or under a recommended action when a file system's used capacity is high.

Procedure

1. Do one of the following:

l Select a file system and click Actions > Extend File System.

l From the alert details window for a file system, click Extend File System.

2. In the Extend File System dialog box, type a number in the New Size text box, and then click OK.

3. Click OK in the status dialog box.

Results

The file system size is increased and the alert (if present) is cancelled.

Extending volumes on EMC XtremIO storage systems Extend XtremIO volumes manually or configure a policy to extend them automatically when used capacity is high.

l To extend a volume manually if you have not configured an automated policy, refer to Extending XtremIO volumes manually.

l To configure a policy that automatically extends an XtremIO volume when capacity becomes high, refer to Configuring an extend volume policy for XtremIO.

Configuring an extend volume policy for XtremIO Set a policy that automatically extends an XtremIO volume when capacity becomes high.

Procedure

1. In the vRealize Operations Manager main menu, click Administration > Policies.

Default Policy appears under Active Policies.

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2. Select Policy Library, select Edit the Default Policy.

3. In the left panel, select Alert/System Definitions.

4. Under Alert Definitions, select Capacity used in the volume is high.

5. In the Automate column, select Local, and then click Save.

Results

When Capacity used in the volume is high is triggered, the volume is extended automatically.

Extending XtremIO volumes manually Extend XtremIO volumes manually if you have not configured an automated policy.

This action is available from the Actions menu when an you select XtremIO volume or as a recommended action when a volume's used capacity is high.

Procedure

1. Do one of the following:

l Select an XtremIO volume and click Actions > Extend Volume.

l From the alert details window for an XtremIO volume, click Extend Volume.

2. In the Extend Volume dialog box, type a number in the New Size text box, and then click OK.

3. Click OK in the status dialog box.

Results

The volume size is increased and the alert (if present) is cancelled.

Expanding LUN capacity This action is available from the Actions menu when you select a Unity, UnityVSA, VNX, or VNXe LUN.

Procedure

1. Select a LUN for a supported storage system.

2. Under Actions, click Expand.

3. Type the new size and select the size qualifier.

4. Click Begin Action.

Results

The LUN is expanded. You can check the status under Recent Tasks.

Managing VNX storage resources This section includes instructions for migrating LUNs, rebooting a data mover or storage processor, enabling performance statistics, and enabling FAST Cache.

Migrating a VNX LUN to another storage pool This action is available from the vRealize Operations Manager Actions menu.

Procedure

1. From the Summary page of the VNX LUN, click Actions > Migrate.

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2. In the Migrate dialog box, provide the following information:

l Storage Pool Type: Select Pool or RAID Group.

l Storage Pool Name: Type the name of the pool to migrate to.

l Migration Rate: Select Low, Medium, High, or ASAP.

3. Click OK.

Results

The LUN is migrated.

Rebooting a Data Mover on VNX storage This action is available from the Actions menu when a VNX Data Mover is selected or under a recommended action when the health state of the Data Mover has an error.

Procedure

1. Do one of the following:

l Select a VNX Data Mover and click Actions > Reboot Data Mover.

l From the alert details window for a VNX Data Mover, click Reboot Data Mover.

2. In the Reboot Data Mover dialog box, click OK.

Results

The Data Mover is restarted and the alert is cancelled.

Rebooting a VNX storage processor This action is available from the Actions menu on the Summary tab for the storage processor or as a recommendation when the storage processor cannot be accessed.

Procedure

1. Do one of the following:

l On the Summary tab for the storage processor, click Actions > Reboot Storage Processor.

l Under Recommendations, click Reboot Storage Processor.

2. In the Reboot Storage Processor dialog box, click Begin Action.

Results

The storage processor is restarted. The restart can take several minutes. Check the status under Recent Tasks.

Enabling performance statistics for VNX Block This action is available only as a recommended action when an error or warning occurs on a VNX Block array. It is not available from the vRealize Operations Manager Actions menu.

Procedure

1. From the Summary page of the VNX Block array that reports an error or warning, click Enable Statistics.

2. In the Enable Statistics dialog box, click OK.

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3. Confirm the action by checking the Message column under Recent Tasks.

Enabling FAST Cache on a VNX Block storage pool This action is available from the Actions menu when you select a VNX Block storage pool or as a recommended action when FAST Cache is configured and available.

Procedure

1. Select the Summary tab for a VNX Block storage pool.

2. Do one of the following:

l From the Actions menu, select Enable FAST Cache.

l Under Recommendations, click Configure FAST Cache.

3. In the Configure FAST Cache dialog box, click OK.

4. Check the status under Recent Tasks.

Enabling FAST Cache on Unity and VNXe storage pools This action is available from the Actions menu when you select a Unity or VNXe storage pool and FAST Cache is enabled and configured.

Procedure

1. Under Details for the storage pool, select Actions > Configure FAST Cache.

2. In the Configure FAST Cache dialog box, click Begin Action.

3. Check the status under Recent Tasks.

Managing VPLEX data migrations EMC VPLEX systems are commonly used to perform non-disruptive data migrations. Analytics for storage system performance and trends for the entire VPLEX storage environment are impacted when you swap a back-end storage system on a VPLEX system. Therefore, EMC recommends that you start a new ESA baseline for the VPLEX system after data migration.

Optionally, you can stop the VPLEX adapter instance collections during the migration cycle. When collections are restarted after the migration, orphaned VPLEX resources appear in EMC Storage Analytics, but those resources are unavailable. Remove the orphaned resources manually.

Use the following procedure to start a new baseline.

Procedure

1. Before you begin data migration, delete all resources associated with the existing ESA VPLEX adapter instance.

2. Remove the existing ESA VPLEX adapter instance by using the Manage Adapter Instances dialog.

3. Perform the data migration.

4. Create a new ESA VPLEX adapter instance to monitor the updated VPLEX system.

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CHAPTER 6

Troubleshooting

This chapter contains the following topics:

l Launching Unisphere..........................................................................................48 l Finding adapter instance IDs.............................................................................. 48 l Managing log files.............................................................................................. 48 l Managing the collection of XtremIO snapshots..................................................53 l Editing the Collection Interval for a resource..................................................... 54 l Configuring the thread count for an adapter instance........................................54 l Using SSH to connect to vRealize Operations Manager.....................................55 l Troubleshooting metrics and scoreboards..........................................................55 l Understanding error messages...........................................................................56 l Understanding resources and relationships........................................................ 57 l References.........................................................................................................58

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Launching Unisphere EMC Storage Analytics provides metrics that enable you to assess the health of monitored resources. If the resource metrics indicate that you need to troubleshoot those resources, EMC Storage Analytics provides a way to launch Unisphere on the array.

The capability to launch Unisphere on the array is available for:

l VNX Block

l VNX File

l Unity

To launch Unisphere on the array, select the resource and click the Link and Launch icon. The Link and Launch icon is available on most widgets (hovering over an icon displays a tooltip that describes its function).

Note

This feature requires a fresh installation of the EMC Adapter (not an upgrade). You must select the object to launch Unisphere. Unisphere launch capability does not exist for VMAX or VPLEX objects.

Finding adapter instance IDs Find the ID for an EMC Adapter instance.

Procedure

1. In vRealize Operations Manager, select Administration > Environment > Adapter Types > EMC Adapter.

2. In the Internal ID column, view the IDs for adapter instances.

Managing log files Find information about installation logs, VMware vRealize Log Insight, support bundles, error logs, and log file sizes and rollover counts.

Installation logs Find error logs.

Errors in the ESA installation are written to log files in the following directory in vRealize Operations Manager:

/var/log/emc Log files in this directory follow the naming convention: install-2012-12-11-10:54:19.log.

Use a text editor to view the installation log files.

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Log Insight overview VMware vRealize Log Insight provides log management for VMware environments. Log Insight includes dashboards for visual display of log information. Content packs extend this capability by providing dashboard views, alerts, and saved queries.

For information about working with Log Insight, refer to the Log Insight documentation.

Log Insight configuration Send the ESA logs stored on the vRealize Operations Manager virtual machine to the Log Insight instance to facilitate performance analysis and perform root cause analysis of problems.

The adapter logs in vRealize Operations Manager are stored in a subdirectory of the / storage/vcops/log/adapters/EmcAdapter directory. The directory name and the log file are created by concatenating the adapter instance name with the adapter instance ID.

Note that the adapter name parsing changes dots and spaces into underscores. The adapter instance ID is concatenated to create the subdirectory name as well as the log file name.

Multiple instances of each of the adapter types appear because ESA creates a new directory and log file for the Test Connection part of discovery as well as for the analytics log file.

The Test Connection logs have a null name associated with the adapter ID.

You can forward any logs of interest to Log Insight, but remember that forwarding logs consumes bandwidth.

Sending logs to Log Insight Set up syslog-ng to send ESA logs to Log Insight.

Before you begin

Import the vRealize Operations Manager content pack into Log Insight. This context- aware content pack includes content for supported EMC Adapter instances.

VMware uses syslog-ng for sending logs to Log Insight. Search online for syslog- ng documentation. Refer to the EMC Simple Support Matrix for the EMC products that support Log Insight. The steps that follow represent an example of sending VNX and VMAX logs to Log Insight.

Procedure

1. Access the syslog-ng.conf directory:

cd /etc/syslog-ng 2. Save a copy of the file:

cp syslog-ng.conf syslog-ng.conf.noli 3. Save another copy to modify:

cp syslog-ng.conf syslog-ng.conf.tmp 4. Edit the temporary (.tmp) file by adding the following to the end of the file:

#LogInsight Log forwarding for ESA <<<<<<<<< comment source esa_logs { internal(); <<<<<<<<<<<<<<< internal syslog-

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ng events required. file("/storage/vcops/log/adapters/EmcAdapter/ ESA3_0_VNX_Adapter-1624/ESA3_0_VNX_Adapter-1624.log" <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< path to log file to monitor and forward follow_freq(1) <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< how often to check file (1 second). flags(no-parse) <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< dont do any processing on the file ); <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< end of first entry repeat as needed file("/storage/vcops/log/adapters/EmcAdapter/ ESA3_0_Adapter_VMAX-1134065754/ ESA3_0_Adapter_VMAX-1134065754.log" follow_freq(1) flags(no-parse)); <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< end of second entry

file("/storage/vcops/log/adapters/EmcAdapter/ ESA3_0_Adapter_VMAX-1001/ESA3_0_Adapter_VMAX-1001.log" follow_freq(1) flags(no-parse)); <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< end of third entry }; <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< end of source entry

destination loginsight { udp("10.110.44.18" port(514)); }; <<<<<<<<<<< protocol,destination IP and port.

log { source(esa_logs); <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< connect the source and destination to start logging destination(loginsight); };

5. Copy the .tmp file to the .conf file:

cp syslog-ng.conf syslog-ng.conf.tmp

6. Stop and restart logging:

Note

Use syslog, not syslog-ng, in this command.

service syslog restart

Results

Log in to Log Insight to ensure the logs are being sent.

Error handling and event logging Errors in the EMC Storage Analytics operation are written to log files available through vRealize Operations Manager.

Error logs are available in the /data/vcops/log directory. This directory contains the vRealize Operations Manager logs.

Adapter logs (including adapters other than the EMC Adapter) are in /data/ vcops/log/adapters.

View logs relating to EMC Storage Analytics operation in the vRealize Operations Manager GUI. Create and download a support bundle used for troubleshooting.

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Viewing error logs ESA enables you to view error log files for each adapter instance.

Procedure

1. Start the vRealize Operations Manager custom user interface and log in as administrator.

For example in a web browser, type: http://vROPs_ip_address/vcops-web- ent

2. Select Admin > Support. Select the Logs tab.

3. Expand the vCenter Operations Collector folder, then the adapter folder, then the EmcAdapter folder. Log files appear under the EmcAdapter folder. Double-click a log entry in the log tree.

Entries appear in the Log Content pane.

Creating and downloading a support bundle Procedure

1. On the Logs tab, click the Create Support Bundle icon.

The bundle encapsulates all necessary logs.

2. Select the bundle name and click the Download Bundle icon.

About log file sizes and rollover counts Logs for each EMC Adapter instance are in folders under /data/vcops/log/ adapters/EmcAdapter, one folder for each adapter instance.

For example, if you have five EMC Adapter instances, a directory (folder) appears for each of them.

Log files in this directory follow this naming convention:

EMC_adapter_name-adapter_instance_ID.log.rollover_count For example: VNX_File-131.log.9 The log filename begins with the name of the EMC Adapter instance. Filenames beginning with EmcAdapter are common to all connectors.

The number that follows the EMC Adapter instance name is the adapter instance ID, which corresponds to a VMware internal ID.

The last number in the filename indicates the rollover increment. When the default log file size is reached, the system starts a new log file with a new increment. The lowest- numbered increment represents the most recent log. Each rollover is 10 MB (default value, recommended). Ten rollovers (default value) are allowed; the system deletes the oldest log files.

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Configuring log file sizes and rollover counts Change the default values for all adapter instances or for a specific adapter instance.

Before you begin

CAUTION

EMC recommends that you not increase the 10 MB default value for the log file size. Increasing this value makes the log file more difficult to load and process as it grows in size. If more retention is necessary, increase the rollover count instead.

Procedure

1. On the vRealize Operations Manager virtual machine, find and edit the /usr/lib/vmware-vcops/user/plugins/inbound/emc-vcops- adapter/conf/adapter.properties file.

2. Locate these EMC Adapter instance properties:

com.emc.vcops.adapter.log.size=10MB com.emc.vcops.adapter.log.count=10

3. To change the properties for all EMC Adapter instances, edit only the log size or log count values. For example:

com.emc.vcops.adapter.log.size=12MB com.emc.vcops.adapter.log.count=15

4. To change the properties for a specific EMC Adapter instance, insert the EMC Adapter instance ID as shown in this example:

com.emc.vcops.adapter.356.log.size=8MB com.emc.vcops.adapter.356.log.count=15

Activating configuration changes Activate changes you made to the log file size or rollover count for an EMC Adapter instance.

Procedure

1. In vRealize Operations Manager, select Administration > Inventory Explorer > Adapter Instances > EMC Adapter Instance.

2. In the navigation pane, select an adapter instance to populate the List tab.

3. In the List tab, select a resource from the list and click the Edit Resource icon.

The Resource Management window for the EMC Adapter opens.

4. Click OK.

This step activates the changes you made to the log file size or rollover count for the EMC Adapter instance.

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Verifying configuration changes Verify the changes you made to the log file size or rollover counts of an EMC Adapter instance.

Procedure

1. Log into vRealize Operations Manager.

2. Change directories to /data/vcops/log/adapters/EmcAdapter.

3. Verify the changes you made to the size of the log files or the number of saved rollover backups.

If you changed:

l Only the default properties for log file size and rollover count, all adapter instance logs reflect the changes.

l Properties for a specific adapter instance, only the logs for that adapter instance reflect the changes.

l Log file size or rollover count to higher values, you do not see the resulting changes until those thresholds are crossed.

Managing the collection of XtremIO snapshots XtremIO snapshots are collected by default. In some environments, an excessive number of snapshots in the system can cause performance issues for the vRealize Operations server. To avoid an excess of snapshots, turn off collection of XtremIO snapshots.

Before you begin

For multiple XtremIO adapter instances, use the instructions in Finding adapter instance IDs on page 48 to find the IDs for the adapters you want to modify.

Procedure

1. Log in to the vRealize Operations server using SSH.

Using SSH to connect to vRealize Operations Manager on page 55 provides instructions.

2. Open /usr/lib/vmware-vcops/user/plugins/inbound/emc-vcops- adapter/conf/adapter.properties

3. Change: com.emc.vcops.adapter.xtremio.skip.snapshots=false to com.emc.vcops.adapter.xtremio.skip.snapshots=true.

For multiple XtremIO adapter instances, you can specify the adapter ID in the key to make changes to only the corresponding adapter instances. For example, to skip collecting snapshots for the XtremIO adapter instance with ID 623, modify the entry to: com.emc.vcops.adapter. 623.xtremio.skip.snapshots=true

4. Follow the steps in Activating configuration changes on page 52 to save your changes.

Snapshot collection is turned off.

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Note

If the vRealize Operations environment is a multi-node cluster setup, change the configuration for each node.

Editing the Collection Interval for a resource From the vRealize Operations Manager user interface, edit the Collection Interval for a resource.

The default interval time is five minutes. Changing this time affects the frequency of collection times for metrics, but the EMC Adapter recognizes the change only if the resource is the EMC Adapter instance. This is normal vRealize Operations Manager behavior.

Note

For Unity systems, the maximum collection interval is five minutes.

The vRealize Operations Manager online help provides instructions for configuring Resource Management settings.

Configuring the thread count for an adapter instance Configure the thread count for an adapter instance for best performance.

EMC recommends that only administrative personnel perform this procedure. If the thread count is not specified in adapter.properties, then the thread count = vCPU count +2. The maximum allowed thread count is 20.

Procedure

1. Access the /usr/vmware-vcops/user/plugins/inbound/emc-vcops- adapter/conf/adapter.properties file.

2. Open and edit the thread count property for all adapter instances or for a specific adapter instance.

l If you want to edit the thread count property for all adapter instances, change the com.emc.vcops.adapter.threadcount property.

l If you want to edit the thread count property for a specific adapter instance, insert the adapter instance ID after adapter and change the property value. For example: com.emc.vcops.adapter.7472.threadcount.

Note

To find an adapter instance ID, refer to Finding adapter instance IDs on page 48.

3. To activate the property change, restart the adapter instance in the vRealize Operations Manager.

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Using SSH to connect to vRealize Operations Manager Use SSH to log in to vRealize Operations Manager as root.

Procedure

1. Open the VM console for the vRealize Operations Manager.

2. Press Alt-F1 to open the command prompt.

3. Enter root for the login and leave the password field blank.

You are prompted for a password.

4. Set the root password.

You are logged in.

5. Use this command to enable SSH:

service sshd start

You can use SSH to log in successfully.

Troubleshooting metrics and scoreboards

Table 3 Metrics and scoreboard questions

Symptom Problem or question Resolution

Unisphere Analyzer Must the Unisphere Analyzer for VNX be running to collect metrics?

No. VNX Block metrics are gathered through naviseccli commands. VNX File metrics are gathered through CLI commands. However, statistics logging must be enabled on each SP on VNX Block, and statistics logging has a performance impact on the array. No additional services are required for VNX File.

Primary SP or CS down Will ESA continue to collect VNX statistics if the primary SP or CS goes down?

Yes. ESA automatically collects metrics from the secondary CS if the CS fails over. The credentials on the secondary CS must match the credentials on the primary CS.

Resources and metrics per node

How many resources and metrics are supported per node in vRealize Operations Manager?

l Small Node4vCPU, 16 GB Memory. Supports 2,000 objects and 1,000,000 metrics.

l Medium Node8vCPU, 32 GB Memory. Supports 6,000 objects and 3,000,000 metrics.

l Large Node16vCPU, 64 GB Memory. Supports 10,000 objects and 5,000,000 metrics.

Health score is 0 What does it mean when a resource has a health score of 0?

The resource is either down or not available.

Blue question mark What does the blue question mark in the health score indicate?

A blue question mark indicates that vRealize Operations Manager was unable to poll that resource. It will retry during the next polling interval.

Health scores How do health scores work? Health scores measure a resource's behavior and grades it on a scale of 0-100. A health score of 100 indicates normal behavior, while a lower health score indicates that the resource is acting abnormally. The resource might not be in an unhealthy state but

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Table 3 Metrics and scoreboard questions (continued)

Symptom Problem or question Resolution

there is an abnormality. Health scores are calculated by a proprietary algorithm that accounts for several factors, including thresholds and historical statistics. vRealize Operations Manager might take up to 30 days to gather enough information to determine what is considered normal in your environment. Until then, you might not see any changes in your health scores.

FAST Cache heat map How does the FAST Cache heat map work?

The FAST Cache heat maps are based on the FAST Cache read and write hit ratios. This heat map turns red if these ratios are low, indicating that FAST Cache is not being used efficiently. The heat maps turn green when FAST Cache is servicing a high percentage of I/O.

Understanding error messages Learn the meaning of resource down and license errors.

Table 4 Error messages

Symptom Problem or question Resolution

Invalid license error Why do I receive an invalid license error message when I configure the adapter instance for VNX File, even though I purchased the license of the model of the VNX array that I plan to monitor?

The CS might not be reporting the correct model or the array. Log in to the CS and check the array model with the command: /nas/sbin/model. Verify that the returned

array model matches the model on the Right to Use certificate.

Resource down Why are multiple EMC Adapter instances for my storage systems marked as down, even though I have added license keys for each of them?

License keys are specific to the model for which the license was purchased.

l Verify that you are using the correct license key for the adapter instance.

l After adding a license, click the Test button to test the configuration and validate the license key.

l If you saved the configuration without performing a test and the license is invalid, the adapter instance is marked as Resource down.

l To verify that a valid license exists, select

Environment Overview. The list that appears shows the license status.

Resource down after

upgrade

Why are my EMC Adapter instances marked down after upgrading to the latest version of the EMC Adapter?

EMC Adapter instances require a license to operate. Edit your EMC Adapter instances to add license keys obtained

from EMC. Select Environment Overview >

Configuration > Adapter Instances.

Resource down after CS

failover

Why is the VNX File adapter instance marked as down and

The failover might have been successful, but the new CS might not be reporting the correct model of the array. This results in a failure to validate the license and all data

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Table 4 Error messages (continued)

Symptom Problem or question Resolution

metric collection stopped after a CS failover?

collection stops. Log in to the CS and check the array model with the command: /nas/sbin/model. If the

model returned does not match the actual model of the array, Primus case emc261291 in the EMC Knowledgebase provides possible solutions.

Understanding resources and relationships Frequently asked questions about resources and relationships within vCenter are answered here.

Table 5 Questions about resources and relationships

Symptom Problem or question Resolution

vCenter resources details

How is the detailed view of vCenter resources affected in ESA?

Any changes in the disk system affects the health of vCenter resources such as virtual machines, but ESA does not show changes in other subsystems. Metrics for other subsystems show either No Data or ?.

Relationships Can I see relationships between my vCenter and EMC storage resources?

Yes. Relationships between resources are not affected and you can see a top to bottom view of the virtual and storage infrastructures if the two are connected.

Deleted resource still appears

I deleted a resource. Why does it still appear in the vRealize Operations Manager?

vRealize Operations Manager does not delete any resources automatically because it retains historical statistics and topology information that might be important to the user. The resource enters an unknown state (blue). To

remove the resource, delete it on the Inventory Explorer page.

Nodes per cluster How many nodes are supported per vRealize Operations Manager cluster?

vRealize Operations Manager clusters consist of a master node and data nodes. A total of eight nodes are supported: the master node (required) and up to seven data nodes.

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References Read these documents for more information.

VMware vRealize Operations Manager documentation

l vRealize Operations Manager Release Notes contains descriptions of known issues and workarounds.

l vRealize Operations Manager vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide explains installation, deployment, and management of vRealize Operations Manager.

l vRealize Operations Manager User Guide explains basic features and use of vRealize Operations Manager.

l vRealize Operations Manager Customization and Administration Guide describes how to configure and manage the vRealize Operations Manager custom interface.

VMware documentation is available at http://www.vmware.com/support/pubs.

EMC documentation

l EMC Storage Analytics Release Notes provides a list of the latest supported features, licensing information, and known issues.

l EMC Storage Analytics Product Guide (this document) provides installation and licensing instructions, a list of resource kinds and their metrics, and information about storage topologies and dashboards.

Note

The EMC Storage Analytics Community provides more information about installing and configuring ESA.

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APPENDIX A

List of Alerts

ESA generates the listed events when the resources are queried. This appendix contains the following topics:

l Avamar alerts.....................................................................................................60 l Isilon alerts......................................................................................................... 61 l RecoverPoint alerts........................................................................................... 62 l ScaleIO alerts.....................................................................................................63 l Unity, UnityVSA, and VNXe alerts......................................................................66 l VMAX alerts.......................................................................................................68 l VNX Block alerts................................................................................................ 69 l VNX Block notifications......................................................................................73 l VNX File alerts................................................................................................... 75 l VNX File notifications.........................................................................................78 l VPLEX alerts......................................................................................................82 l XtremIO alerts................................................................................................... 85

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Avamar alerts ESA provides alerts for Avamar DPN, DDR, and Client resources.

Table 6 Avamar DPN alert messages

Alert message Badge Severity Condition Description/Recommendation

DPN used capacity (%) is high Risk Critical >= 90% Avamar system is almost full and may become read-only soon. Reclaim space or increase capacity.

Warning >= 80% Reclaim space or increase capacity.

Info >= 70% Monitor space usage and plan for growth accordingly.

The DPN has experienced a problem. State: Offline

Health Critical Offline If ConnectEMC has been enabled, a Service Request (SR) is logged. Go to EMC Online Support to view existing SRs. Search the knowledgebase for Avamar Data Node offline solution esg112792.

Avamar server has experienced a disk failure on one or more nodes. State: Degraded

Warning Degraded All operations are allowed, but immediate action should be taken to fix the problem.

Avamar Administrator was able to communicate with the Avamar server, but normal operations have been temporarily suspended. State: Suspended

Warning Suspended Restart or enable scheduler to resume backups and restores.

MCS could not communicate with this node. State: Time-Out

Health Critical Time-Out Refer to Avamar Administrator guide, Troubleshooting guide and KB articles for assistance.

Node status cannot be determined. State: Unknown

Critical Unknown

One or more Avamar server nodes are in an offline state. State: Node Offline

Warning Node Offline

Avamar Administrator was unable to communicate with the Avamar server. State: Inactive

Warning Inactive

Successful backups (%) in the last 24 hours is low

Risk Info <= 90% Investigate backup failures and remediate.

Warning <= 80% The system's ability to restore data may be compromised. Investigate backup failures and remediate

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Table 7 Avamar DDR alert messages

Alert message Badge Severity Condition Description/Recommendation

DDR used capacity (%) is high. Risk Critical >= 90% Data Domain system is almost full and may become read-only soon. Reclaim space or increase capacity

Warning >= 80% Data Domain system is becoming full. Reclaim space or increase capacity.

Info >= 70% Monitor space and plan for growth accordingly.

The file system has experienced a problem.

Health Critical Disabled Data Domain file system disabled. Contact administrator to enable. No backups or restores can be performed.

Critical Unknown Data Domain file system in an unknown state. Contact administrator to resolve. Backups and restores may fail.

Table 8 Avamar Client alert messages

Alert message Badge Severity Condition Description/Recommendation

The latest backup operation for this client has failed.

Risk Warning Failed Remediate failure.

The backup elapsed time for this client is high.

Efficiency Warning >= 24 hours Backups are running longer than expected. Investigate and remediate

The change rate between backups exceeds 20%.

Efficiency Info Job Bytes Scanned >= 20%

Change rate exceeds 20%. Change Block Tracking may have been disabled.

Isilon alerts Cluster and Node alerts are available for Isilon 8.0 and later. Alert messages are collected from REST API.

Table 9 Isilon Cluster alert messages

Alert Message Badge Severity Type/ID

Allocation error detected. Risk Warning 800010002

System is running out of file descriptors. 800010006

Table 10 Isilon Node alert messages

Alert Message Badge Severity Type/ID

CPU 0 about to throttle due to temperature. Risk Warning 900020026

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Table 10 Isilon Node alert messages (continued)

Alert Message Badge Severity Type/ID

CPU 1 about to throttle due to temperature. 900020027

CPU throttling Health 900020035

Internal network interface link down. Efficiency 200020003

External network link down. 200020005

Node integer offline. Health Critical 200010001

The snapshot reserve space is nearly full (value % used).

Risk Info 600010005

RecoverPoint alerts ESA provides RecoverPoint alerts based on events for Consistency Group, Copy, and vPRA and alerts based on metrics for vRPA, Consistency Group, System, Cluster, and Splitter. Cancel cycle and Wait cycle for these alerts is 1.

Table 11 RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines alerts based on message event symptoms

Resource kind

Message summary

Badge Severity Event message Recommendation

Consistency group

Problem with RecoverPoint consistency group.

Health Critical RecoverPoint consistency group state is unknown.

Check the status of the consistency group.

Warning RecoverPoint consistency group is disabled.

Copy Problem with RecoverPoint copy.

Health Critical RecoverPoint copy state is unknown.

Check the status of the copy.

Warning RecoverPoint copy state is disabled.

vPRA Problem with vPRA Health Critical vRPA status is down. Check the status of the vPRA.

Warning vRPA status is removed for maintenance.

Immediate vRPA status is unknown.

Table 12 RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines alerts based on metrics

Resource kind

Message summary Metric and criteria Badge Severity Recommendation

vRPA Problem with vRPA. vRPA | CPU Utilization (%) >95

Health Warning Check the status of the vRPA.

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Table 12 RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines alerts based on metrics (continued)

Resource kind

Message summary Metric and criteria Badge Severity Recommendation

Consistency group

Consistency group protection window limit has been exceeded.

Consistency group protection window ratio < 1

Protection window limit has been exceeded.

Lag limit has been exceeded.

Link | Lag (%) > 95 Lag limit has been exceeded.

RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines system

Number of splitters is reaching upper limit. (Version 4.3.1)

RecoverPoint System | Number of splitters > 30

Risk Information Consider adding another RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines system.

Number of splitters is reaching upper limit. (Version 5.0)

RecoverPoint System | Number of splitters > 60

Cluster Number of consistency groups per cluster is reaching upper limit.

RecoverPoint cluster | number of consistency groups > 122

Consider adding another RecoverPoint cluster.

Number of vRPAs per cluster is reaching upper limit.

RecoverPoint cluster | number of vRPAs > 8

Consider adding another RecoverPoint cluster.

Number of protected virtual machines per cluster is reaching upper limit.

RecoverPoint cluster | number of protected virtual machines > 486

Consider adding another RecoverPoint cluster.

Number of protected volumes per cluster is reaching upper limit.

RecoverPoint cluster | number of protected VMDKs > 1946

The maximum number of protected volumes per vRPA cluster is 2K.

Splitter Number of attached volumes per splitter is reaching upper limit.

Splitter | number of volumes attached > 3890

The maximum number of attached volumes per splitter is 4K.

ScaleIO alerts ESA provides ScaleIO alerts for System, Protection Domain, Device Disk, SDS, Storage pool, SDC, and MDM.

Table 13 ScaleIO System alerts

Metric Badge Severity Condition

Used Capacity Risk Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thick Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thin Used Capacity Critical > 95

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Table 13 ScaleIO System alerts (continued)

Metric Badge Severity Condition

Warning >85

Snap Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Table 14 ScaleIO Protection Domain alerts

Metric Badge Severity Condition

Status Health Critical No Active

Used Capacity Risk Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thick Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thin Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Snap Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Table 15 ScaleIO Device/Disk alerts

Metric Badge Severity Condition

Status Health Critical -> Error, Info -> {Remove, Pending}

Used Capacity Risk Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Spare Capacity Allocated

Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thick Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thin Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Protected Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Table 16 ScaleIO SDS alerts

Metric Badge Severity Condition

Status Health Critical Disconnected

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Table 16 ScaleIO SDS alerts (continued)

Metric Badge Severity Condition

Used Capacity Risk Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thick Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thin Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Protected Capacity

Note

Note: Not available from REST API

Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Snap Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Table 17 ScaleIO Storage Pool alerts

Metric Badge Severity Condition

Status

Note

Not available from REST API

Health Critical Warning

Warning

Warning

Warning

Degraded capacity Unreachable capacity

Unavailable unused capacity

Extremely unbalanced

Unbalanced

Used Capacity Risk Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thick Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Thin Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Protected Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Snap Used Capacity Critical Warning

> 95 >85

Table 18 ScaleIO SDC alerts

Metric Badge Severity Condition

State Health Critical Disconnected

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Table 18 ScaleIO SDC alerts

Table 19 ScaleIO MDM Cluster alerts

Metric Badge Severity Condition

State Health Critical Not clustered Clustered degraded

Clustered tie breaker down

Clustered degraded tie breaker down

Unity, UnityVSA, and VNXe alerts ESA provides alerts for the following resources on Unity, UnityVSA, and VNXe: Disk, Tier, Storage Pool, Storage Processor, LUN, File System, and NAS Server.

Table 20 Unity, UnityVSA, and VNXe alerts

Resource kind

Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

Disk Total Latency (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 Disk total latency (ms) is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

State Health Critical Includes "critical"

This disk is reporting a problem.

Immediate

Warning

Info

Tier Full (%) Risk Info > 95 Consumed capacity (%) of this tier is high.

Storage Pool Full (%) Risk Critical > 90 Consumed capacity (%) of this storage pool is high.

Immediate > 85

Efficiency Info < 5 Consumed capacity (%) of this storage pool is low.

State Health Critical Includes "critical"

This storage pool is reporting a problem.

Immediate

Warning

Info

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Table 20 Unity, UnityVSA, and VNXe alerts (continued)

Resource kind

Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

SP (Storage Processor)

CIFS SMBv1 Read Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 CIFS SMBv1 average read response time(ms) is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

CIFS SMBv1 Write Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

CIFS SMBv2 Read Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 CIFS SMBv2 average read response time(ms) is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

CIFS SMBv2 Write Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

NFS v3 Read Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 NFSv3 average read response time (ms) is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

NFS v3 Write Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

State Health Critical Includes "critical"

This storage processor is reporting a problem.

Immediate

Warning

Info

LUN State Health Critical Condition includes critical

This LUN is reporting a problem.

Immediate

Warning

Info

File System State Health Critical Condition includes critical

This file system is reporting a problem.

Immediate

Warning

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Table 20 Unity, UnityVSA, and VNXe alerts (continued)

Resource kind

Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

Info

NAS Server State Health Critical Condition includes critical

This NAS Server is reporting a problem.

Immediate

Warning

Info

VMAX alerts ESA provides alerts for VMAX Device, Storage Resource Pool, and SLO resources. The Wait Cycle is 1 for all these VMAX alerts.

Table 21 VMAX alerts

Resource kind

Symptom Badge Severity Condition Message

Device VmaxDevice_percent_full98.0 Risk Critical > 98 Device available capacity is low.

VmaxDevice_percent_full95.0 Risk Immediate > 95 Device available capacity is low.

SRP (VMAX3 Storage Resource Pool)

VmaxSRPStoragePool_percent_full98. 0

Risk Critical > 98 Storage resource pool available capacity is low.

VmaxSRPStoragePool_percent_full95. 0

Risk Immediate > 95 Storage resource pool available capacity is low.

SLO Compliance Risk Warning is MARGINAL SLO compliance status needs attention.

Critical is CRITICAL SLO compliance status needs attention.

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VNX Block alerts ESA provides alerts for the following resources on VNX Block: Storage Pool, FAST Cache, Tier, Storage Processor, RAID Group, Disk, LUN, Port, Fan and Power Supply, and Array.

Table 22 VNX Block alerts

Resource type

Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

Storage Pool

Full (%) Risk Critical > 90 Capacity used in this storage pool is very high.

Immediate > 85 Capacity used in this storage pool is very high.

Efficiency Info < 5 Capacity used in this storage pool is low.

Subscribed (%) Risk Info >100 This storage pool is oversubscribed.

State Health Critical Offline This storage pool is offline.

Faulted This storage pool is faulted.

Expansion Failed This storage pool's expansion failed.

Cancel Expansion Failed The cancellation of this storage pool's expansion failed.

Verification Failed The verification of this storage pool failed.

Initialize Failed The initialization of this storage pool failed.

Destroy Failed The destruction of this storage pool failed.

Warning Offline and Recovering This storage pool is offline and recovering.

Critical Offline and Recovery Failed

The recovery of this offline storage pool failed.

Warning Offline and Verifying This storage pool is offline and verifying.

Critical Offline and Verification Failed

This storage pool is offline and verification failed.

Faulted and Expanding This storage pool is faulted and expanding.

Faulted and Expansion Failed

This expansion of this storage pool failed.

Faulted and Cancelling Expansion

This storage pool is faulted and is cancelling an expansion.

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Table 22 VNX Block alerts (continued)

Resource type

Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

Faulted and Cancel Expansion Failed

This storage pool is faulted and the cancellation of the expansion failed.

Faulted and Verifying This storage pool is faulted and verifying.

Faulted and Verification Failed

This storage pool is faulted and verification failed.

Unknown The status of this storage pool is unknown.

FAST Cache State Health Info Enabling FAST Cache is enabling.

Warning Enabled_Degraded The status of this storage pool is unknown.

Info Disabling FAST Cache is disabling.

Warning Disabled FAST Cache is created but disabled.

Critical Disabled_Faulted FAST Cache is faulted.

Critical Unknown The state of FAST Cache is unknown.

Tier Subscribed (%) Risk Info > 95 Consumed capacity (%) of this tier is high.

Storage Processor

Busy (%) Risk Warning > 90 Storage processor utilization is high.

Info > 80 Storage processor utilization is high.

Read Cache Hit Ratio (%)

Efficiency Info < 50 Storage processor read cache hit ratio is low.

Dirty Cache Pages (%)

Efficiency Critical > 95 Storage processor dirty cache pages is high.

Info < 10 Storage processor dirty cache pages is high.

Write Cache Hit Ratio (%)

Efficiency Warning > 20 Storage processor write cache hit ratio is low.

Info < 25 Storage processor write cache hit ratio is low.

N/A Health Critical N/A Storage processor could not be reached by CLI.

RAID Group Full (%) Risk Info > 90 RAID group capacity used is high.

Efficiency Info < 5 RAID group capacity used is low.

State Health Critical Invalid The status of this RAID group is invalid.

Info Explicit_Remove This RAID group is explicit remove.

Info Expanding This RAID group is expanding.

Info Defragmenting This RAID group is defragmenting.

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Table 22 VNX Block alerts (continued)

Resource type

Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

Critical Halted This RAID group is halted.

Info Busy This RAID group is busy.

Critical Unknown This RAID group is unknown.

Disk Busy (%) Risk Critical > 95 Disk utilization is high.

Immediate > 90 Disk utilization is high.

Warning > 85

Info > 75

Hard Read Error (count)

Health Critical > 10 Disk has read error.

Immediate > 5 Disk has read error.

Warning > 0 Disk has read error.

Hard Write Error (count)

Health Critical > 75 Disk has write error.

Immediate And Disk has write error.

Warning Total IO/s > 1 Disk has write error.

Response Time (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 Disk average response time (ms) is in range.

And N/A

Total IO/s > 1 Disk is not idle.

Immediate 75 >= x > 50 Disk average response time (ms) is in range.

And N/A

Total IO/s > 1 Disk is not idle.

Warning 50 >= x > 25 Disk average response time (ms) is in range.

And N/A

Total IO/s > 1 Disk is not idle.

State Health Critical Removed This disk is removed.

Faulted The disk is faulted.

Unsupported The disk is unsupported.

Unknown The disk is unknown.

Info Powering up The disk is powering up.

Unbound The disk is unbound.

Warning Rebuilding The disk is rebuilding.

Info Binding The disk is binding.

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Table 22 VNX Block alerts (continued)

Resource type

Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

Info Formatting The disk is formatting.

Warning Equalizing The disk is equalizing.

Info Unformatted The disk is unformatted.

Probation The disk is in probation

Warning Copying to Hot Spare The disk is copying to hot spare.

N/A Critical N/A Disk failure occurred.

LUN Service Time (ms)

Risk Critical > 25 LUN service time (ms) is in range.

And N/A

Total IO/s > 1 LUN is not idle.

Immediate > 25 LUN service time (ms) is in range.

And N/A

Total IO/s > 1 LUN is not idle.

Warning > 25 LUN service time (ms) is in range.

And N/A

Total IO/s > 1 LUN is not idle.

Latency (ms) Risk Critical 75 >= x > 50 LUN total latency (ms) is in range.

And N/A

Total IO/s > 1 LUN is not idle.

Immediate 75 >= x > 50 LUN total latency (ms) is in range.

And N/A

Total IO/s > 1 LUN is not idle.

Warning 50 >= x > 25 LUN total latency (ms) is in range.

And N/A

Total IO/s > 1 LUN is not idle.

State Health Critical Device Map Corrupt This LUN's device map is corrupt.

Faulted This LUN is faulted.

Unsupported This LUN is unsupported.

Unknown This LUN is unknown.

Info Binding This LUN is binding.

Warning Degraded This LUN is degraded.

Info Transitioning This LUN is transitioning.

Info Queued This LUN is queued.

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Table 22 VNX Block alerts (continued)

Resource type

Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

Critical Offline This LUN is offline.

Port N/A Health Info N/A Link down occurred.

N/A The port is not in use.

Warning N/A Link down occurred.

Info N/A The port is not in use.

Fan and Power Supply

N/A Health Critical N/A Device (FAN or Power Supply) is having problem. Device state is "empty."

Warning N/A Device (FAN or Power Supply) is having problem. Device state is "unknown."

Critical N/A Device (FAN or Power Supply) is having problem. Device state is "removed."

N/A Device (FAN or Power Supply) is having problem. Device state is "faulted."

N/A Device (FAN or Power Supply) is having problem. Device state is "missing."

Array N/A Health Warning N/A Statistics logging is disabled.

N/A Performance data won't be available until it is enabled.

VNX Block notifications ESA provides the following notifications for the VNX Block resources listed in the table in this section.

Table 23 VNX Block notifications

Category Resource kind Message

Failures Disk Disk failure occurred.

SP Front-end Port Link down occurred.

Background Event Disk Disk rebuilding started.

Disk rebuilding completed.

Disk zeroing started. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

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Table 23 VNX Block notifications (continued)

Category Resource kind Message

Disk zeroing completed. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

LUN LUN migration queued.

LUN migration completed.

LUN migration halted.

LUN migration started.

EMC Adapter Instance Fast VP relocation resumed. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

Fast VP relocation paused. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

Storage Pool Fast VP relocation started.

Fast VP relocation stopped.

Fast VP relocation completed.

Storage Processor SP boot up.

SP is down. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

FAST Cache FAST Cache started.

Configuration Storage Pool Storage Pool background initialization started.

Storage Pool background initialization completed.

LUN LUN creation started.

LUN creation completed.

Snapshot creation completed.

EMC Adapter Instance SP Write Cache was disabled.

SP Write Cache was enabled. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

Non-Disruptive upgrading started.

Non-Disruptive upgrading completed.

LUN Deduplication on LUN was disabled. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

Deduplication on LUN was enabled. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

Storage Pool Deduplication on Storage Pool paused. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

Deduplication on Storage Pool resumed. Note: This alert is not available for 1st generation models.

LUN Compression on LUN started.

Compression on LUN completed.

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Table 23 VNX Block notifications (continued)

Category Resource kind Message

Compression on LUN was turned off.

VNX File alerts ESA provides alerts for File Pool, Disk Volume, File System, and Data Mover resources for VNX File.

Table 24 VNX File alerts

Resource kind Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

File Pool Full (%) Risk Critical > 90 Capacity consumed of the file pool is high.

Immediate > 85

Efficiency Info < 5 Capacity consumed of the file pool is low.

Disk Volume Request Comp. Time (s)

Risk Critical > 25,000 dVol's average request completion time is high.

Immediate > 15,000

Warning > 10,000

Service Comp. Time (s)

Risk Critical > 25,000

Immediate > 15,000

Warning > 10,000

File System Full (%) Risk Critical > 90 Capacity consumed of this file system is high.

Immediate > 85

Efficiency Info < 5

Data Mover NFS v2 Read Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 NFS v2 average read response time is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

NFS v2 Write Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 NFS v2 Average write response time is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

NFS v3 Read Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 NFS v3 average read response time is high.

Immediate > 50

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Table 24 VNX File alerts (continued)

Resource kind Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

Warning > 25

NFS v3 Write Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 NFS v3 average write response time is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

NFS v4 Read Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 NFS v4 average read response time is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

NFS v4 Write Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 NFS v4 average write response time is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

CIFS SMBv1 Read Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 CIFS SMB v1 average read response time is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

CIFS SMBv1 Write Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 CIFS SMB v1 average write response time is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

CIFS SMBv2 Read Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 CIFS SMB v2 average read response time is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

CIFS SMBv2 Write Response (ms)

Risk Critical > 75 CIFS SMB v2 average write response time is high.

Immediate > 50

Warning > 25

State Health Info Offline Data Mover is powered off.

Error Disabled Data Mover will not reboot.

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Table 24 VNX File alerts (continued)

Resource kind Metric Badge Severity Condition Message summary

Out_of_service Data Mover cannot provide service. (For example, taken over by its standby)

Warning Boot_level=0 Data Mover is powered up.

Data Mover is booted to BIOS.

Data Mover is booted to DOS.

DART is loaded and initializing.

DART is initialized.

Info Data Mover is controlled by control station.

Error Fault/Panic Data Mover has faulted.

Online Data Mover is inserted and has power, but not active or ready.

Slot_empty There is no Data Mover in the slot.

Unknown Cannot determine the Data Mover state.

Hardware misconfigured

Data Mover hardware is misconfigured.

Hardware error Data Mover hardware has error.

Firmware error Data Mover firmware has error.

Data Mover firmware is updating.

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VNX File notifications ESA provides notifications for the VNX File resources listed in the table in this section.

Table 25 VNX File notifications

Category Resource type Message

Control Station Events

Array The NAS Command Service daemon is shutting down abnormally. (MessageID: )

The NAS Command Service daemon is shutting down abnormally. (MessageID: )

The NAS Command Service daemon is shut down completely.

The NAS Command Service daemon is forced to shut down. (MessageID: )

Data Mover Warm reboot is about to start on this data mover.

Unable to warm reboot this data mover. Cold reboot has been performed.

EMC Adapter instance AC power has been lost. VNX storage system will be powered down in seconds. (MessageID: )(timeout_wait)

AC power is restored and back on.

File system Automatic extension failed. Reason: Internal error. COMMAND: , ERROR: , STAMP: (MessageID: )(COMMAND, DM_EVENT_STAMP, ERROR)

Automatic extension started.

Automatic extension failed. Reason: File system has reached the maximum size. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Percentage used could not be determined. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Filesystem size could not be determined. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Available space could not be determined. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: File system is not RW mounted. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Insufficient available space. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Available pool size could not be determined. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Slice flag could not be determined. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Available space is not sufficient for minimum size extension. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

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Table 25 VNX File notifications (continued)

Category Resource type Message

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Maximum filesystem size could not be determined. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: High Water Mark (HWM) could not be determined. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Forced automatic extension started.

Automatic extension ended.

Automatic extension ended. The filesystem is now at its maximum size limit.

Forced automatic extension is cancelled. The requested extension size is less than the high water mark (HWM) set for the filesystem.

The filesystem's available storage pool size will be used as the extension size instead of the requested size.

Automatic extension completed.

Forced automatic extension completed. The file system is at the maximum size.

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Volume ID could not be determined. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Storage system ID could not be determined. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. Reason: Filesystem is spread across multiple storage systems. STAMP: (MessageID: ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

Automatic extension failed. STAMP: (MessageID: < ) (DM_EVENT_STAMP)

EMC Adapter instance The JServer is not able to start. VNX File System statistics will be impacted. (MessageID: )

File system Filesystem is using of its capacity. (condition, cap_setting, prop_name)

Filesystem has of its capacity available. (condition, cap_setting, prop_name)

File pool Storage pool is using of its capacity (condition, cap_setting)

Storage pool has of its capacity available. (condition, cap_setting)

File system Filesystem is using of the maximum allowable file system size (16 TB). (condition)

Filesystem has of the maximum allowable file system size (16 TB). (condition)

Filesystem is using of the maximum storage pool capacity available. (condition)

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Table 25 VNX File notifications (continued)

Category Resource type Message

Filesystem has of the maximum storage pool capacity available. (condition)

Filesystem will fill its capacity on . (cap_setting, prop_name, sdate)

File pool Storage pool will fill its capacity on . (cap_setting, sdate)

File system Filesystem will reach the 16 TB file system size limit on . (sdate)

Filesystem will fill its storage pool's maximum capacity on . (sdate)

Data Mover Data Mover is using of its capacity. (stat_value, stat_name)

File pool Storage usage has crossed threshold value and has reached to . (threshold, pool_usage_percentage)

Storage usage has crossed threshold value and has reached to . (threshold, pool_usage_percentage)

File system Filesystem has filled its capacity. (cap_setting, prop_name)

File pool Storage pool has filled its capacity. (cap_setting)

File system Filesystem has almost filled its capacity. (cap_setting, prop_name)

File pool Storage pool has almost filled its capacity. (cap_setting)

File system Filesystem is using of its current node capacity. (condition)

Dart Events Data Mover The SCSI HBA is operating normally. (hbano)

The SCSI HBA has failed. (MessageID: ) (hbano)

The SCSI HBA is inaccessible. (MessageID: ) (hbano)

File system Filesystem has encountered a critical fault and is being unmounted internally. (MessageID: )

Filesystem has encountered a corrupted metadata and filesystem operation is being fenced. (MessageID: )

Filesystem usage rate % crossed the high water mark threshold %. Its size will be automatically extended. (currentUsage, usageHWM)

Filesystem is full.

EMC Adapter instance Power Supply A in Data Mover Enclosure was removed.

Power Supply A in Data Mover Enclosure is OK.

Power Supply A in Data Mover Enclosure failed: (MessageID: ) (details)

Power Supply B in Data Mover Enclosure was installed.

Power Supply B in Data Mover Enclosure was removed.

Power Supply B in Data Mover Enclosure is OK.

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Table 25 VNX File notifications (continued)

Category Resource type Message

Power Supply B in Data Mover Enclosure failed: (MessageID: ) (details)

One or more fans in Fan Module 1 in Data Mover Enclosure failed. (MessageID: )

One or more fans in Fan Module 2 in Data Mover Enclosure failed. (MessageID: )

One or more fans in Fan Module 3 in Data Mover Enclosure failed. (MessageID: )

Multiple fans in Data Mover Enclosure failed. (MessageID: )

All Fan Modules in Data Mover Enclosure are in OK status.

Power Supply A in Data Mover Enclosure is going to shut down due to overheating. (MessageID: )

Power Supply B in Data Mover Enclosure is going to shut down due to overheating. (MessageID: )

Both Power Supplies in Data Mover Enclosure are going to shut down due to overheating. (MessageID: )

Power Supply A in Data Mover Enclosure was installed.

Data Mover DNS server is not responding. Reason: (MessageID: ) (serverAddr, reason)

Network device is down. (MessageID: ) (deviceName)

File system Automatic fsck is started via Data Mover . Filesystem may be corrupted. (MessageID: ) (DATA_MOVER_NAME)

Manual fsck is started via Data Mover . (DATA_MOVER_NAME)

Automatic fsck succeeded via Data mover . (DATA_MOVER_NAME)

Manual fsck succeeded via Data mover . (DATA_MOVER_NAME)

Automatic fsck failed via Data mover . (DATA_MOVER_NAME)

Manual fsck failed via Data mover . (DATA_MOVER_NAME)

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VPLEX alerts ESA provides alerts for the following VPLEX resources: Cluster, FC Port, Ethernet, Local Device, Storage View, Storage Volume, Virtual Volume, VPLEX Metro, Distributed Device, Engine, Director, and Extent.

Table 26 VPLEX alerts

Resource kind

Message Badge Recommendation Severity Condition

Cluster VPLEX cluster is having a problem.

Health Check the health state of your VPLEX cluster. Ignore this alert if the health state is expected.

Critical VPLEX cluster health state is major-failure.

VPLEX cluster health state is critical-failure.

Immediate VPLEX cluster health state is unknown.

Warning VPLEX cluster health state is minor-failure.

VPLEX cluster health state is degraded.

FC Port FC port is having a problem.

Health Check the operational status of your FC port. Ignore this alert if the operational status is expected.

Critical FC port operational status is error.

FC port operational status is lost-communication.

Immediate FC port operational status is unknown.

Warning FC port operational status is degraded.

FC port operational status is stopped.

Ethernet Port Ethernet port is having a problem.

Health Check the operational status of your Ethernet port. Ignore this alert if the operational status is expected.

Critical Ethernet port operational status is error.

Ethernet port operational status is lost-communication.

Immediate Ethernet port operational status is unknown.

Warning Ethernet port operational status is degraded.

Ethernet port operational status is stopped.

Local Device Local device is having a problem.

Health Check the health state of your local device. Ignore this

Critical Local device health state is major-failure.

Local device health state is critical-failure.

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Table 26 VPLEX alerts (continued)

Resource kind

Message Badge Recommendation Severity Condition

alert if the health state is expected.

Immediate Local device health state is unknown.

Warning Local device health state is minor-failure.

Local device health state is degraded.

Storage View Storage view is having a problem.

Health Check the operational status of your storage view. Ignore this alert if the operational status is expected.

Critical Storage view operational status is error.

Warning Storage view operational status is degraded.

Storage view operational status is stopped.

Storage Volume Storage volume is having a problem.

Health Check the health state of your storage volume. Ignore this alert if the health state is expected.

Critical Storage volume health state is critical-failure.

Immediate Storage volume health state is unknown.

Warning Storage volume health state is non-recoverable-error.

Storage volume health state is degraded.

Virtual Volume Virtual volume is having a problem.

Health Check the health state of your virtual volume. Ignore this alert if the health state is expected.

Critical Virtual volume health state is critical-failure.

Virtual volume health state is major-failure.

Immediate Virtual volume health state is unknown.

Warning Virtual volume health state is minor-failure.

Virtual volume health state is degraded.

VPLEX Metro VPLEX metro is having a problem.

Health Check the health state of your VPLEX metro. Ignore this alert if the health state is expected.

Critical VPLEX metro health state is critical-failure.

VPLEX metro health state is major-failure.

Immediate VPLEX metro health state is unknown.

Warning VPLEX metro health state is minor-failure.

VPLEX metro health state is degraded.

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Table 26 VPLEX alerts (continued)

Resource kind

Message Badge Recommendation Severity Condition

Distributed Device

Distributed device is having a problem.

Health Check the health state of your distributed device. Ignore this alert if the health state is expected.

Critical Distributed device health state is critical-failure.

Distributed device health state is major-failure.

Immediate Distributed device health state is unknown.

Warning Distributed device health state is minor-failure.

Distributed device health state is non-recoverable-error.

Distributed device health state is degraded.

Engine Engine is having a problem.

Health Check the operational status of your engine. Ignore this alert if the health state is expected.

Critical Engine operational status is error.

Engine operational status is lost- communication.

Immediate Engine operational status is unknown.

Warning Engine operational status is degraded.

Director Director is having a problem.

Health Check the operational status of your director. Ignore this alert if the health state is expected.

Critical Director operational status is critical-failure.

Director operational status is major-failure.

Immediate Director operational status is unknown.

Warning Director operational status is minor-failure.

Director operational status is degraded.

Extent Extent is having a problem.

Health Check the health state of your extent. Ignore this alert if the health state is expected.

Critical Extent health state is critical- failure.

Immediate Extent health state is unknown.

Warning Extent health state is non- recoverable-error.

Extent health state is degraded.

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XtremIO alerts ESA provides alerts for XtremIO Cluster and Storage Controller resources and alerts based on metrics for Cluster SSD, Volume, and Snapshot. The Wait Cycle is 1 for all these XtremIO alerts.

Table 27 XtremIO alerts based on external events

Resource kind

Message Badge Recommendation Severity Condition

Cluster XtremIO cluster is having a problem.

Health Check the state of your XtremIO cluster. Ignore this alert if the state is expected.

Critical XtremIO cluster health state is "failed."

Warning XtremIO cluster health state is "degraded."

XtremIO cluster health state is "partial fault."

Storage Controller

Storage controller is having problem.

Health Check the state of your storage controller. Ignore this alert if the state is expected.

Critical Storage controller health state is "failed."

Warning Storage controller health state is "degraded."

Storage controller health state is "partial fault."

Table 28 XtremIO alerts based on metrics

Resource kind

Message Badge Severity Condition Recommendation

Cluster SSD Consumed Capacity Ratio (%) is high.

Health Warning Consumed Capacity Ratio (%) >= 60

1. Free capacity from cluster

2. Extend capacity of cluster

Subscription Ratio is high.

Subscription Ratio >= 5

1. Unsubscribe capacity from cluster

2. Extend capacity of cluster

Physical capacity used in the cluster is high.

Risk Consumed capacity >= 90%

Migrate the volume to another cluster.

Physical capacity used in the cluster is low.

Efficiency Consumed capacity <= 5%

Cluster is not fully utilized. Possible waste.

Endurance Remaining (%) is low.

Health Endurance Remaining (%) <= 10

Replace SSD

Volume Average Small Reads (IO/s) is out of normal range.*

Health Warning Average Small Read Ratio >= 20

Check the status of the volume.

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Table 28 XtremIO alerts based on metrics (continued)

Resource kind

Message Badge Severity Condition Recommendation

Average Small Writes (IO/s) is out of normal range.*

Average Small Write Ratio >= 20

Check the status of the volume.

Average Unaligned Reads (IO/s) is out of normal range.*

Average Unaligned Read Ratio >= 20

Check the status of the volume.

Average Unaligned Writes (IO/s) is out of normal range.*

Average Unaligned Write Ratio >= 20

Check the status of the volume.

Capacity used in the volume is high.

Risk Consumed capacity >= 90%

Extend the capacity of the volume.

Capacity used in the volume is low.

Efficiency Consumed capacity <= 5%

Volume is not fully utilized. Possible waste.

Snapshot Average Small Reads (IO/s) is out of normal range.*

Health Warning Average Small Read Ratio >= 20

Check the status of the snapshot.

Average Small Writes (IO/s) is out of normal range.*

Average Small Write Ratio >= 20

Check the status of the snapshot.

Average Unaligned Reads (IO/s) is out of normal range.*

Average Unaligned Read Ratio >= 20

Check the status of the snapshot.

Average Unaligned Writes (IO/s) is out of normal range.*

Average Unaligned Write Ratio >= 20

Check the status of the snapshot.

* Alerts for these metrics are disabled by default to align with the XMS defaults. You can enable them using the procedure in Enabling XtremIO alert settings.

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APPENDIX B

Dashboards and Metric Tolerances

This appendix includes the following topics

l EMC Avamar Overview dashboard.....................................................................88 l Isilon Overview dashboard................................................................................. 89 l Top-N Isilon Nodes dashboard........................................................................... 89 l RecoverPoint for VMs Overview dashboard.......................................................90 l RecoverPoint for VMs Performance dashboard.................................................90 l Top-N RecoverPoint for VMs Objects dashboard...............................................91 l ScaleIO Overview dashboard.............................................................................. 91 l Unity Overview dashboard................................................................................. 92 l Top-N Unity LUNs, File Systems and VVols dashboard...................................... 93 l VMAX Overview dashboard................................................................................94 l Top-N VNX File Systems dashboard.................................................................. 95 l Top-N VNX LUNs dashboard............................................................................. 95 l VNX Overview dashboard.................................................................................. 95 l VPLEX Communication dashboard.....................................................................96 l VPLEX Overview dashboard.............................................................................. 98 l VPLEX Performance dashboard.........................................................................99 l XtremIO Overview dashboard...........................................................................100 l XtremIO Top-N dashboard................................................................................ 101 l XtremIO Performance dashboard......................................................................101

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EMC Avamar Overview dashboard This dashboard displays heat maps for Client and Policy and scoreboards for DPN and DDR.

The following tables describe the dashboard items available for EMC Avamar.

Table 29 Avamar heat maps

Heat map Metric

Client Last changed (GB)

Unintentionally Skipped Files

Last Backup Date

Last Backup Status

Last Elapsed Time

Overhead (GB)

Policy Policy Client Count

DDR Used Capacity

Table 30 Avamar scoreboards

Metric group Scoreboard Metric Yellow Orange Red

DPN Status State Active Sessions (count)

HFS Address

License Expiration

Scheduler Enabled

Capacity Data Used Capacity (%) Protected Capacity (%)

Total Capacity (GB)

70 80 90

Success History (24 hrs)

Backup failures (Count) 1 2 3

Restore failures (Count) 1 2 3

Garbage Collection Status Result

Passes (Count)

End Time

Recovered (GB)

Chunks Deleted (Count)

Performance History (24hrs)

Average Files Changed (Count) Average Files Unintentionally Skipped (Count)

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Table 30 Avamar scoreboards (continued)

Metric group Scoreboard Metric Yellow Orange Red

Average Overhead (GB)

DDR Status File System Status Monitoring Status

Default Replication Storage System

Capacity Data Used Capacity (%) Protected Capacity (%)

Total Capacity (GB)

70 80 90

Isilon Overview dashboard The Isilon dashboard displays scoreboards for the resources listed in this section.

For each scoreboard and selected metric, the configured Isilon adapter is shown.

Table 31 Isilon Overview dashboard

Scoreboard Green Yellow Red

CPU Performance (% used) 0% in use 100% in use

Overall Cache Hit Rate

Remaining Capacity (%) > 20% available 10 20% available 0 10% available

Disk Operations Latency 020 ms 20 50 ms > 50 ms

Number of Active Clients 0 1,500

Top-N Isilon Nodes dashboard By default, the Top-N Isilon Nodes dashboard shows the top 10 devices in these categories across your Isilon system.

l Top-10 Active Nodes (24h) by number of active clients

l Top-10 CPU % Usage

l Top-10 Disk Throughput Rate In by Write (MB/s)

l Top-10 Disk Throughput Rate Out by Read (MB/s)

l Top-10 Overall Cache Hit Rate (24 hr) (Bytes/s)

l Top-10 L1 Cache Hit Rate (24 hr) (MB/s)

l Top-10 L2 Cache Hit Rate (24 hr) (MB/s)

l Top-10 L3 Cache Hit Rate (24 hr) (MB/s)

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RecoverPoint for VMs Overview dashboard The table in this section describes the dashboard items available for RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines.

Table 32 RecoverPoint for VMs Overview dashboard

Heat map Metric Yellow Orange Red

RecoverPoint for VMs System

Number of RecoverPoint clusters n/a

Number of splitters (version 5.0) 48 54 60

Number of splitters (version 4.3.1) 24 27 30

RecoverPoint Cluster Number of consistency groups 96 109 122

Number of protected Virtual Machine Disks (VMDKs) 1536 1741 1946

Number of protected virtual machines for each RecoverPoint system

384 435 486

Number of virtual RecoverPoint Appliances (vRPAs) for each cluster (version 5.0)

8 1 n/a

Number of virtual RecoverPoint Appliances (vRPAs) for each cluster (version 4.3.1)

8 n/a 1

Consistency Group Displays all RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines consistency groups Enabled Disabled Unknown

Splitter Number of vSphere ESX Clusters connected to a given splitters n/a

Number of attached volumes 1536 1741 1946

RecoverPoint for VMs Performance dashboard The RecoverPoint for VMs Performance dashboard provides a single view of the most important performance metrics for the resources.

The Performance dashboard displays two types of heat maps:

l Metrics with definitive measurements such as CPU usage (0100%) are assigned color ranges from lowest (green) to highest (red).

l Metrics with varied values that cannot be assigned a range show relative values from lowest (light blue) to highest (dark blue).

Table 33 RecoverPoint for VMs Performance dashboard

Heat map Description Yellow Orange Red

Link | Lag (%) Percent of the current lag for the link and for protection 90% 100%

Consistency Group | Protection Window

Current Protection Window (Hrs) shows the earliest point in hours for which RecoverPoint can roll back the consistency group's replica copy.

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Heat map Description Yellow Orange Red

Current Protection Window Ratio shows the ratio of the current protection window compared with the required protection window for the Consistency Group.

vRPA | CPU Utilization (%)

Percent utilization of virtual RecoverPoint Appliance (vRPA) CPUs 75% 85% 95%

Cluster Performance for incoming writes (IOPS and MB/s) to clusters

Consistency Group Performance for incoming writes (IOPS and MB/s) to consistency groups

vRPA Performance for incoming writes (IOPS and MB/s) to vRPAs 75% 85% 95%

Top-N RecoverPoint for VMs Objects dashboard By default, the Top-N RecoverPoint for VMs Objects dashboard shows the top 10 devices in these categories across RecoverPoint for Virtual Machine systems.

l Top-10 vRPAs by Incoming Writes (IO/s) (24h)

l Top-10 vRPAs by Incoming Writes (KB/s) (24h)

l Top-10 Clusters by Incoming Writes (IO/s) (24h)

l Top-10 Clusters by Incoming Writes (KB/s) (24h)

l Top-10 Consistency Groups by Incoming Writes (IO/s) (24h)

l Top-10 Consistency Groups by Incoming Writes (KB/s) (24h)

ScaleIO Overview dashboard The ScaleIO dashboard displays the heat maps listed in this section.

For each heat map and selected metric, the configured ScaleIO adapter is shown.

Table 34 ScaleIO heat maps for System, Storage Pool, and Device

Heat map Description Green Yellow Red

System Displays the In Use Capacity metric 0 GB allocated

500 GB allocated

1000 GB allocated

Storage Pool Displays the In Use Capacity metric for each ScaleIO Storage Pool grouped by ScaleIO System

0 GB allocated

500 GB allocated

1000 GB allocated

Device Displays the In Use Capacity metric for each ScaleIO Device grouped by ScaleIO System and SDS associated with

0 GB allocated

500 GB allocated

1000 GB allocated

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Table 35 ScaleIO heat maps for Protection Domain, SDS, and Fault Set

Heat map Description Light blue

Dark blue

Protection Domain

Displays the In Use Capacity metric for each ScaleIO Protection Domain grouped by ScaleIO System

0 GB allocated

>=1000 GB allocated

SDS Displays the In Use Capacity metric for each SDS grouped by ScaleIO System and Protection Domain

0 GB allocated

>=1000 GB allocated

Fault Set Displays the In Health% metric for each Fault Set 0% 100%

Unity Overview dashboard The Unity Overview dashboard displays heat maps for Unity, UnityVSA, and VNXe.

Table 36 Unity Overview dashboard

Heat map Metric Green Red

CPU Performance Storage Processor Utilization 0% busy 100% busy

Pool capacity Storage Pool Capacity Utilization 0% full 100% full

Storage Pool Available Capacity Largest available capacity 0 GB available

LUN, File System, and VVol Performance

LUN Read IOPS Dark green = highest Light green = lowest

n/a

LUN Write IOPS

LUN Read Bandwidth

LUN Write Bandwidth

LUN Total Latency

File System Read IOPS

File System Write IOPS

File System Read Bandwidth

File System Write Bandwidth

VVol Read IOPS

VVol Write IOPS

VVol Read Bandwidth

VVol Write Bandwidth

VVol Total Latency

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Top-N Unity LUNs, File Systems and VVols dashboard By default, the Top-N Unity LUNs, File Systems and VVols dashboard shows the top ten devices in these categories across your Unity systems.

Unity LUNs

l Top-10 by Read (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Write (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Read (MB/s)

l Top-10 by Write (MB/s)

l Top-10 by Consumed Capacity

Unity File System Top-10 by Consumed Capacity

Unity VVols

l Total Latency (ms)

l Top-10 by Read (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Write (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Read (MB/s)

l Top-10 by Write (MB/s)

l Top-10 by Consumed Capacity (GB)

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VMAX Overview dashboard The table in this section describes the heat maps displayed on the VMAX Overview tab.

Note: Latency scales are based on average customer requirements. If they do not meet your particular requirements for latency, EMC recommends that you adjust the scale appropriately.

Table 37 VMAX Overview dashboard

Heat map Metric Description Green Yellow Red

Storage Resource Pool Capacity

Total Managed Space (GB) Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowestUsed Capacity (GB)

Full (%) 0 50 100

Storage Group Performance

Total Reads (IO/s) Aggregate reads for all LUNs in the storage group

Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowest

Total Writes (IO/s) Aggregate writes for all LUNs in the storage group

Read Latency (ms) Average read latency of all LUNs in the storage group

0 ms 20 ms 40 ms

Write Latency (ms) Average write latency of all LUNs in the storage group

0 ms 20 ms 40 ms

Storage Resource Pool Performance

Total Reads (IO/s) Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowestTotal Writes (IO/s)

Total Latency (ms) 0 ms 20 ms 40 ms

Front End Director Performance

Total Bandwidth (MB/s) Cumulative amount of data transferred over all ports of the front-end director

Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowest

Total Operations (IO/s) Total number of operations taking place over all ports of a front-end director

Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowest

SRDF Director Performance

Total Bandwidth (MB/s) Cumulative amount of data transferred over an SRDF director

Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowest

Total Writes (IO/s) Total number of writes over an SRDF director

SRDF Groups Performance

Writes (IO/s) Number of writes per second on the devices in the SRDF group

Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowest

Writes (MB/s) Number of megabytes per second sent from the SRDF group

Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowest

VVol Storage Container Capacity

Subscribed Free (GB) Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowestSubscribed Limit (GB)

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Table 37 VMAX Overview dashboard (continued)

Heat map Metric Description Green Yellow Red

Subscribed Used (GB)

VVol Storage Resource Capacity

Subscribed Free (GB) Dark blue = highest

Light blue = lowestSubscribed Limit (GB)

Subscribed Used (GB)

Top-N VNX File Systems dashboard By default, the Top-N VNX File Systems dashboard shows the top ten devices in these categories across your VNX File system.

l Top-10 by Read (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Write (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Read (MB/s)

l Top-10 by Write (MB/s)

l Top-10 by Consumed Capacity

Top-N VNX LUNs dashboard By default, the Top-N VNX LUNs dashboard shows the top ten devices in these categories across your VNX system.

l Total Latency (ms)

l Top-10 by Read (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Write (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Read (MB/s)

l Top-10 by Write (MB/s)

l Top-10 by Consumed Capacity (GB)

VNX Overview dashboard The VNX Overview dashboard displays the heat maps listed in this section.

Table 38 VNX Overview dashboard

Heat map Metric Description Green Red

CPU performance The CPU utilization of each Storage Processor and Data Mover on each configured adapter instance

0% busy 100% busy

FAST cache performance

Read Cache Hit Ratio (%)

Number of FAST Cache read hits divided by the total number of read or write I/Os across all RG LUNs and Pools configured to use FAST Cache

High ratio Low ratio

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Table 38 VNX Overview dashboard (continued)

Heat map Metric Description Green Red

Write Cache Hit Ratio (%)

Number of FAST Cache write hits divided by the total number of read or write I/Os across all RG LUNs and Pools configured to use FAST Cache

High ratio Low ratio

Pool capacity RAID Group Available Capacity

Largest available capacity

0 GB available

Storage Pool Capacity Utilization

0% full 100% full

Storage Pool Available Capacity

Largest available capacity

0 GB available

File Pool Available Capacity

Largest available capacity

0 GB available

LUN and file system performance

LUN Utilization (%) Percentage busy for all LUNs grouped by adapter instance

0% busy 100% busy

LUN Latency (ms) Latency values appear for RAID Group LUNs. Pool LUNS appear in white with no latency values reported.

0 ms latency >= 20 ms latency

LUN Read IO/s Relative number of read I/O operations per second serviced by the LUN

Dark green = highest

Light green = lowest

LUN Write IO/s Relative number of write I/O operations per second serviced by the LUN

Dark green = highest

Light green = lowest

File System Read IO/s

Relative number of read I/O operations per second serviced by the file system

Dark green = highest

Light green = lowest

File System Write IO/s

Relative number of write I/O operations per second serviced by the file system

Dark green = highest

Light green = lowest

VPLEX Communication dashboard Click the VPLEX Communication tab to view a collection of heat maps that provide a single view of the performance of the communication links for a VPLEX configuration.

The EMC VPLEX Communication dashboard displays two types of heat maps:

l Metrics with definitive measurements such as intra-cluster local COM latency (0 15 ms) are assigned color ranges from lowest (green) to highest (red).

l Metrics with varied values that cannot be assigned a range show relative values from lowest (light blue) to highest (dark blue).

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Note

Latency scales are based on average customer requirements. If they do not meet your particular requirements for latency, EMC recommends that you adjust the scale appropriately. For VPLEX Metro, EMC recommends adjusting the scale based on your discovered WAN round-trip time.

Table 39 VPLEX Communication dashboard

Heat map Metric Description Green Red

Cluster-1 COM Latency Average Latency (ms) Intra-cluster local COM latency, which occurs within the rack and is typically fast (less than 1 msec)

0 ms 15 ms

Cluster-2 COM Latency

WAN Link Usage (VPLEX Metro only)

Distributed Device Bytes Received (MB/s)

Total amount of traffic received for all distributed devices on a director

Light blue = lowest Dark blue = highest

Distributed Device Bytes Sent (MB/s)

Total amount of traffic sent for all distributed devices on a director

Distributed Device Rebuild Bytes Received (MB/s)

Total amount of rebuild/migration traffic received for all distributed devices on a director

Distributed Device Rebuild Bytes Sent (MB/s)

Total amount of rebuild/migration traffic sent for all distributed devices on a director

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VPLEX Overview dashboard The EMC VPLEX Overview dashboard displays the widgets listed in this section.

Note

Red, yellow, and orange colors correlate with the Health State or Operational Status of the object. Any Health State or Operational Status other than those listed in the table show green (good). Because vRealize Operations Manager expects numeric values, you cannot modify these widgets.

Table 40 VPLEX Overview dashboard

Widget Description Green Yellow Orange Red

CPU Health Displays the CPU usage, as a percentage, for each director on the VPLEX system

Note

Generally, a director should stay below 75% CPU usage. Correct an imbalance of CPU usage across directors by adjusting the amount of I/O to the busier directors; make this adjustment by modifying existing storage view configurations. Identify busier volumes and hosts and move them to less busy directors. Alternately, add more director ports to a storage view to create a better load balance across the available directors.

075% usage

7585% usage

8595% usage

95100% usage

Cluster Health Health State Normal Degraded Major failure

Critical failure

Operational Status Normal Degraded Major failure

Critical failure

Memory Health

Displays the memory usage, as a percentage, of each director on the VPLEX system

070% usage

7080% usage

8090% usage

90100% usage

Director Health

Operational Status Normal Degraded Major failure

Critical failure

Extent Health

Storage Volume Health

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VPLEX Performance dashboard Click the VPLEX Metrics tab to view a collection of heat maps that provide a single view of the most important performance metrics for VPLEX resources.

The EMC VPLEX Performance dashboard displays two types of heat maps:

l Metrics with definitive measurements such as CPU usage (0100%), response time latency (015 ms), or errors (05) are assigned color ranges from lowest (green) to highest (red).

l Metrics with varied values that cannot be assigned a range show relative values from lowest (light blue) to highest (dark blue).

Note

Latency scales are based on average customer requirements. If they do not meet your particular requirements for latency, EMC recommends that you adjust the scale appropriately.

Table 41 VPLEX Performance dashboard

Heatmap Metric Description Metric value

Front-end Bandwidth

Reads (MB/s) Total reads for the storage volumes across the front-end ports on a director

Light blue = lowest Dark blue = highest

Writes (MB/s) Total writes for the storage volumes across the front-end ports on a director

Active Operations (Counts/s)

Number of active, outstanding I/O operations on the director's front-end ports

Back-end Bandwidth

Reads (MB/s) Total reads for the storage volumes across the back-end ports on a director

Writes (MB/s) Total writes for the storage volumes across the back-end ports on a director

Active Operations (Counts/s)

Number of I/O operations per second through the director's back-end ports

Back-end Errors

Resets (count/s) LUN resets sent by VPLEX to a storage array LUN when it does not respond to I/O operations for over 20 seconds

Green = 0 errors Red = 5 or more errors

Timeouts (count/s) An I/O from VPLEX to a storage array LUN takes longer than 10 seconds to complete

Aborts (count/s) An I/O from VPLEX to a storage array LUN is cancelled in transit. Resets indicate more serious problems than timeouts and aborts

Front-end Latency

Read Latency (ms) Average read latency for all virtual volumes across all front-end ports on a director

Green = 0 ms Red = 15 ms

Write Latency (ms) Average write latency for all virtual volumes across all front-end ports on a director

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Table 41 VPLEX Performance dashboard (continued)

Heatmap Metric Description Metric value

Note

For VPLEX Metro systems consisting primarily of distributed devices, the WAN round-trip time greatly affects the front-end write latency. See the COM Latency widgets and the WAN Link Usage widget in the VPLEX Communication dashboard.

Queued Operations (Counts/s)

Number of operations in the queue

Virtual Volumes Latency

Read Latency (ms) Average read latency for all virtual volumes on a director Green = 0 ms Red = 15 ms

Write Latency (ms) Average write latency for all virtual volumes on a director

Total Reads & Writes (Counts/s)

Virtual volume total reads and writes per director

Storage Volumes Latency

Read Latency (ms) Average read latency for all storage volumes on a director Green = 0 ms Red = 15 ms

Write Latency (ms) Average write latency for all storage volumes on a director

XtremIO Overview dashboard The XtremIO Overview dashboard displays the heat maps listed in this section.

Table 42 XtremIO Overview dashboard

Heatmap Description Green Yellow Orange Red

Cluster Data Reduction

Deduplication Ratio >= 3.0 < 3.0

Compression Ratio

Note

Compression Ratio shows as blue if XtremIO version 2.4.1 is running.

>= 1.5 < 1.5

Data Reduction Ratio >= 3.5 < 3.5

Cluster Efficiency

Thin Provisioning Savings (%)

Total Efficiency

Cluster Memory Usage

Total Memory In Use (%) 0 90 90 95 95 99 99 100

Volume Total Capacity (GB)

Consumed Capacity (GB)

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Table 42 XtremIO Overview dashboard (continued)

Heatmap Description Green Yellow Orange Red

Volume Capacity

Total Capacity (GB)

Consumed Capacity (GB)

Cluster Total Physical Capacity (TB)

Total Logical Capacity (TB)

Available Physical Capacity (TB)

Available Logical Capacity (TB)

Consumed Physical Capacity (TB)

Consumed Logical Capacity (TB)

Snapshot Total Capacity (GB)

Consumed Capacity (GB)

Snapshot Capacity

Total Capacity (GB)

Consumed Capacity (GB)

XtremIO Top-N dashboard By default, the XtremIO Top-N dashboard shows the top 10 devices in these categories across your XtremIO system.

l Top-10 by Read (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Write (IOPS)

l Top-10 by Read Latency (usec)

l Top-10 by Write (usec)

l Top-10 by Read Block Size (KB)

l Top-10 by Write Block Size (KB)

l Top-10 by Total Capacity (GB)

XtremIO Performance dashboard The XtremIO Performance dashboard provides percent utilization of the Storage Controller CPUs, key volume, and SSD metrics and sparklines.

The XtremIO Performance dashboard displays two types of heat maps:

l Metrics with definitive measurements such as CPU usage (0100%) are assigned color ranges from lowest (green) to highest (red).

l Metrics with varied values that cannot be assigned a range show relative values from lowest (light blue) to highest (dark blue).

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Table 43 XtremIO Performance dashboard

Heatmap Metric Notes

Storage Controllers CPU 1 Utilization (%)

CPU 2 Utilization (%)

Volume Total Operations Select a volume from this widget to display spark lines for it.

Total Bandwidth

Total Latency

Unaligned (%)

Average Block Size

SSD Endurance Remaining Select an SSD from this widget to display sparklines for it

Disk Utilization

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APPENDIX C

Metrics

This appendix includes the following topics:

l Avamar metrics.................................................................................................104 l Isilon metrics.................................................................................................... 109 l ScaleIO metrics................................................................................................. 112 l RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines metrics....................................................... 114 l Unity and UnityVSA metrics.............................................................................. 117 l VMAX metrics...................................................................................................122 l VNX Block metrics............................................................................................125 l VNX File/eNAS metrics.................................................................................... 129 l VNXe metrics....................................................................................................133 l VPLEX metrics..................................................................................................138 l XtremIO metrics............................................................................................... 149

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Avamar metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides Avamar metrics for DPN, DDR, Domain, Policy, and Client.

The following tables show the metrics available for each resource.

Note

ESA does not monitor replication domain or client resources.

Table 44 Avamar DPN metrics

Metric Group

Metric Description

General HFS Address (String) (Hash File System address) The hostname or IP address that backup clients use to connect to this Avamar server

License Expiration (String) Calendar date on which this server's licensing expires

Scheduler Enabled (String) True or False

Active Sessions (Count) Number of active Avamar sessions

Status State Status of the node. One of the following values:

l OnlineThe node is functioning correctly.

l Read-OnlyThis status occurs normally as background operations are performed and when backups have been suspended.

l Time-OutMCS could not communicate with this node.

l UnknownNode status cannot be determined.

l OfflineThe node has experienced a problem. If ConnectEMC has been enabled, a Service Request (SR) is logged. Go to EMC Online Support to view existing SRs. Search the knowledgebase for Avamar Data Node offline solution esg112792.

l Full AccessNormal operational state for an Avamar server. All operations are allowed.

l AdminThe Avamar server is in an administrative state in which the Avamar server and root user can read and write data; other users are only allowed to read data.

l Admin OnlyThe Avamar server is in an administrative state in which the Avamar server or root user can read or write data; other users are not allowed access.

l Admin Read-OnlyThe Avamar server is in an administrative read-only state in which the Avamar server or root user can read data; other users are not allowed access.

l DegradedThe Avamar server has experienced a disk failure on one or more nodes. All operations are allowed, but immediate action should be taken to fix the problem.

l InactiveAvamar Administrator was unable to communicate with the Avamar server.

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Table 44 Avamar DPN metrics (continued)

Metric Group

Metric Description

l Node OfflineOne or more Avamar server nodes are in an OFFLINE state.

l SuspendedAvamar Administrator was able to communicate with the Avamar server, but normal operations have been temporarily suspended.

l SynchronizingThe Avamar server is in a transitional state. It is normal for the server to be in this state during startup and for short periods of time during maintenance operations.

Garbage Collection

Status Idle or Processing

Result OK or Error code

Start Time Time format is: "January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT."

End Time Time format is: "January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT."

Passes

Recovered (GB)

Chunks Deleted

Index Stripes

Index Stripes Processed

Capacity Total Capacity (GB)

Used Capacity (GB)

Used Capacity (%) This value is derived from the largest Disk Utilization value on the Avamar tab in the Server Monitor, and therefore represents the absolute maximum Avamar server storage utilization. Actual utilization across all modules, nodes, and drives might be slightly lower.

Protected Capacity (GB)

Protected Capacity (%) Percent of client data in proportion to total capacity that has been backed up (protected) on this server

Free Capacity (GB)

Free Capacity (%)

Success history (Over Last 24 Hours)

Backup Failures (Count)

Backup Success (%)

Backup Successes (Count)

Restore Failures (Count)

Restores Success (%)

Restores Successes (Count)

Performance History Averages

Backup Average Elapsed Time

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Table 44 Avamar DPN metrics (continued)

Metric Group

Metric Description

(Over Last 24 Hours)

Average Scanned (GB)

Average Changed (GB)

Average Files Changed (Count)

Average Files Skipped (Count)

Average Sent (GB)

Average Excluded (GB)

Average Skipped (GB)

Average Modified & Sent (GB)

Average Modified & Not Sent (GB)

Average Overhead (GB)

Table 45 Avamar DDR metrics

Metric Group Metric Description

Capacity Total Capacity (GB)

Used Capacity (%)

Used Capacity (GB)

Free Capacity (GB)

Free Capacity (%)

Protected Capacity (GB)

Protected Capacity (%)

General Hostname IP or FQDN of the DDR

DDOS Version Data Domain Operating System version

Serial Number Disk serial number

Target for Avamar Checkpoint Backups

Model Number

Default replication storage system

Maximum Streams The maximum number of Data Domain system streams that Avamar can use at any one time to perform backups and restores. This number

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Table 45 Avamar DDR metrics (continued)

Metric Group Metric Description

is configured for the Data Domain system when you add the system to the Avamar configuration.

Maximum Streams Limit

User Name

SNMP Community

SNMP Trap Port

Status File System Status

Monitoring Status

Table 46 Avamar Domain metrics

Metric group Metric

General Description

Contact

Directory

Email

Location

Phone

Table 47 Avamar Policy metrics

Metric group Metric

General Encryption Method

Override Schedule

Auto Proxy Mapping

Client Count

Enabled

Domain

Dataset

Schedule Recurrence

Days of Week

Hours of Day

Next Run Time

Terminate Date

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Table 47 Avamar Policy metrics (continued)

Metric group Metric

Retention Name

Expiration Date

Duration

Table 48 Avamar Client metrics

Metric group Metric

General Description

Latest operation Start Time

End Time

Status

Elapsed Time

Type

Description

Expiration Time

Retention Tag

Size (GB)

Scanned (GB)

Changed (GB)

Number

Excluded (GB)

Modified & Sent (GB)

Modified & Not Sent (GB)

Skipped (GB)

Overhead (GB)

Files Changed (Count)

Files Skipped (Count)

Change Rate (%)

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Isilon metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides metrics for Isilon clusters and nodes.

Note

Only the resource kinds with associated metrics are shown. Performance metrics that cannot be calculated are not displayed.

Table 49 Isilon Cluster metrics

Metric group Metric Description

Summary CPU % Use Average CPU usage for all nodes in the monitored cluster

Number of Total Jobs Total number of active and inactive jobs on the cluster

Number of Active Jobs Total number of active jobs on the cluster

Capacity Total Capacity (TB) Total cluster capacity in terabytes

Remaining Capacity (TB) Total unused cluster capacity in terabytes

Remaining Capacity (%) Total unused cluster capacity in percent

User Data Including Protection (TB) Amount of storage capacity that is occupied by user data and protection for that user data

Snapshots Usage (TB) Amount of data occupied by snapshots on the cluster

Deduplication Deduplicated Data > Physical (GB) Amount of data that has been deduplicated on the physical cluster

Deduplicated Data > Logical (GB) Amount of data that has been deduplicated on the logical cluster

Space Saved > Physical (GB) Amount of physical space that deduplication has saved on the cluster

Space Saved > Logical (GB) Amount of logical space that deduplication has saved on the cluster

Performance Disk Operations Rate > Read Operations

Average rate at which the disks in the cluster are servicing data read change requests

Disk Operations Rate > Write Operations

Average rate at which the disks in the cluster are servicing data write change requests

Pending Disk Operations Latency (ms)

Average amount of time disk operations spend in the input output scheduler

Disk Throughput Rate > Read Throughput (MB/s)

Total amount of data being read from the disks in the cluster

Disk Throughput Rate > Write Throughput (MB/s)

Total amount of data being written to the disks in the cluster

Cache L1 Cache Hits (MB/s) Amount of requested data that was available from the L1 cache

L2 Cache Hits (MB/s) Amount of requested data that was available from the L2 cache

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Table 49 Isilon Cluster metrics (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

L3 Cache Hits (MB/s) Amount of requested data that was available from the L3 cache

Overall Cache Hit Rate (MB/s) Amount of data requests that returned hits

Table 50 Isilon Node metrics

Metric group Metric Description

Summary CPU % Use Average percentage of the total available node CPU capacity used for this node

Number of Active Clients Number of unique client addresses generating protocol traffic on the monitored node

Number of Connected Clients Number of unique client addresses with established TCP connections to the node

Number of Total Job Workers Number of active and assigned workers on the node

Performance Deadlock File System Event Rate Number of file system deadlock events that the file system is processing per second

Locked File System Event Rate Number of file lock operations occurring in the file system per second

Blocking File System Event Rate Number of file blocking events occurring in the file system per second

Average Operations Size (MB) Average size of the operations or transfers that the disks in the node are servicing

Contended File System Event Rate Number of file contention events, such as lock contention or read/write contention, occurring in the file system per second

File System Event Rate Number of file system events, or operations, (such as read, write, lookup, or rename) that the file system is servicing per second

Disk Operations Rate > Read Operations

Average rate at which the disks in the node are servicing data read requests

Disk Operations Rate > Write Operations

Average rate at which the disks in the node are servicing data write requests

Average Pending Disk Operations Count

Average number of operations or transfers that are in the processing queue for each disk in the node

Disk Throughput Rate > Read Operations

Total amount of data being read from the disks in the node

Disk Throughput Rate > Write Operations

Total amount of data being written to the disks in the node

Pending Disk Operation Latency (ms) Average amount of time that disk operations spend in the input/output scheduler

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Table 50 Isilon Node metrics (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

Disk Activity (%) Average percentage of time that disks in the node spend performing operations instead of sitting idle

Protocol Operations Rate Total number of requests that were originated by clients for all file data access protocols

Slow Disk Access Rate Rate at which slow (long-latency) disk operations occur

External Network External Network Errors > In Number of incoming errors generated for the external network interfaces

External Network Errors > Out Number of outgoing errors generated for the external network interfaces

External Network Packets Rate > In Total number of packets that came in through the external network interfaces in the monitored node

External Network Packets Rate > Out Total number of packets that went out through the external network interfaces in the monitored node

External Network Throughput Rate > In (MB/s)

Total amount of data that came in through the external network interfaces in the monitored node

External Network Throughput Rate > Out (MB/s)

Total amount of data that went out through the external network interfaces in the monitored node

Cache Average Cache Data Age Average amount of time data has been in the cache

L1 Data Prefetch Starts (Bytes/s) Amount of data that was requested from the L1 prefetch

L1 Data Prefetch Hits (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that was available in the L1 prefetch

L1 Data Prefetch Misses (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that did not exist in the L1 prefetch

L1 Cache Starts (Bytes/s) Amount of data that was requested from the L1 cache

L1 Cache Hits (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that was available in the L1 cache

L1 Cache Misses (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that did not exist in the L1 cache

L1 Cache Waits (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that existed in the L1 cache but was not available because the data was in use

L2 Data Prefetch Starts (Bytes/s) Amount of data that was requested from the L2 prefetch

L2 Data Prefetch Hits (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that was available in the L2 prefetch

L2 Data Prefetch Misses (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that did not exist in the L2 prefetch

L2 Cache Starts (Bytes/s) Amount of data that was requested from the L2 cache

L2 Cache Hits (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that was available in the L2 cache

L2 Cache Misses (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that did not exist in the L2 cache

L2 Cache Waits (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that existed in the L2 cache but was not available because the data was in use

L3 Cache Starts (Bytes/s) The amount of data that was requested from the L3 cache

L3 Cache Hits (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that was available in the L3 cache

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Table 50 Isilon Node metrics (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

L3 Cache Misses (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that did not exist in the L3 cache

L3 Cache Waits (Bytes/s) Amount of requested data that existed in the L3 cache but was not available because the data was in use

Overall Cache Hit Rate (Bytes/s) Amount of data requests that returned hits

Overall Cache Throughput Rate (Bytes/s)

Amount of data that was requested from cache

ScaleIO metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides ScaleIO metrics for System, Protection Domain, Device, SDS, Storage pool, Snapshot, MDM cluster, MDM, SDC, Fault Set, and Volume.

Note

Only the resource kinds with associated metrics are shown. Most performance metrics with values of zero are not displayed.

The following table shows the metrics available for each resource kind.

Table 51 ScaleIO metrics

Metric Syste m

Protection Domain

Device SDS Storage pool

Snapsh ot

MDM cluster

MD M

SDC Fault Set

Volume

Maximum Capacity (GB)

X X X X X

Used Capacity (GB)

X X X X X

Spare Capacity Allocated (GB)

X X X X X

Thin Used Capacity (GB)

X X X X X

Thick Used Capacity(G B)

X X X X X

Protected Capacity(G B)

X X X X X

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Table 51 ScaleIO metrics (continued)

Metric Syste m

Protection Domain

Device SDS Storage pool

Snapsh ot

MDM cluster

MD M

SDC Fault Set

Volume

Snap Used Capacity (GB)

X X X X X

Unused Capacity (GB)

X X X X X

Used Capacity (%)

X X X X X

Thin Used Capacity (%)

X X X X X

Thick Used Capacity (%)

X X X X X

Protected Capacity (%)

X X X X X

Snap Used Capacity (%)

X X X X X

Total Reads (MB/s)

X X X X X X X X

Total Writes (MB/s

X X X X X X X X

Average Read IO size (MB)

X X X X X X X

Average Write IO Size (MB)

X X X X X X X

Size (GB) X

Total Read IO/s

X X X

Total Write IO/s

X X X

MDM Mode (String)

X

State (String)

X

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Table 51 ScaleIO metrics (continued)

Metric Syste m

Protection Domain

Device SDS Storage pool

Snapsh ot

MDM cluster

MD M

SDC Fault Set

Volume

Name (String)

X X

RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines metrics for Cluster, Consistency Group, Copy, Journal Volume, Link, Virtual RecoverPoint Appliance (vRPA), RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines System, Replication Set, Repository Volume, Splitter, and User Volume.

This section contains RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines metrics for the following resource kinds:

Table 52 RecoverPoint metrics for Cluster

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Performance Incoming Writes (IO/s) Sum of incoming cluster writes from all child vRPAs

Incoming Writes (MB/s) Sum of incoming cluster throughput from all child vRPAs

Summary Number of Consistency Groups Sum of all child vRPA consistency groups

Number of Protected VMDKs Sum of user volumes that the cluster protects on all virtual machines, including replica virtual machines

Number of Protected VMs Sum of virtual machines, including replica virtual machines, that the cluster protects

Number of vRPAs Sum of all child vRPAs

Table 53 RecoverPoint metrics for Consistency Group

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Performance Incoming Writes (IO/s) Sum of incoming consistency group writes per second

Incoming Writes (MB/s) Sum of incoming consistency group writes throughput

Status Enabled Boolean value that indicates the consistency group is enabled

Protection Current Protection Window (Hrs) The farthest time in hours for which RecoverPoint can roll back the consistency group's replica copy

Current Protection Window Ratio Ratio of the current protection window for the consistency group's replica copy as compared with your required protection window

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Table 54 RecoverPoint metrics for Copy

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Protection Current Protection Window (Hrs) The farthest time in hours for which RecoverPoint can roll back the replica copy

Current Protection Window Ratio Ratio of current protection window for the replica copy as compared with your required protection window

Status Active Boolean value indicates if the copy is active

Enabled Boolean value indicates if the copy is enabled

Regulated Boolean value indicates if the copy is regulated

Removable Boolean value indicates if the copy is removable

Role Role of the copy, which is retrieved from the role of the consistency group copy settings

Suspended Boolean value indicates if the copy is suspended

Table 55 RecoverPoint metrics for Journal Volume

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Capacity Capacity (GB) Size of journal volume in GB

Table 56 RecoverPoint metrics for Link

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Configuration RPO The allowed maximum for lag times of consistency group copies

RPO Type The set type of RPOs to measure

Status Current Compression Ratio The compression ratio through the link

Current Lag Current lag time between the copy and production

Current Lag Type The type set to measure the current lag time

Is In Compliance Exists only with consistency groups in asynchronous replication mode; a yes-no value that indicates if the current lag is in compliance with the RPO

Protection Current Lag (%) Exists only with consistency groups in asynchronous replication mode; indicates current lag ratio as compared with RPO

Table 57 RecoverPoint metrics for virtual RecoverPoint Appliance (vRPA)

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Performance CPU Utilization (%) CPU usage of vRPAs

Metrics

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Table 57 RecoverPoint metrics for virtual RecoverPoint Appliance (vRPA) (continued)

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Note

Utilization values appear as decimals (not percentages). Values can range from 0.0 to 1.0, with a value of 1.0 indicating 100%.

Incoming Writes (IO/s) Incoming application writes per second

Incoming Writes (MB/s) Incoming application writes for throughput

Summary Summary Number of consistency groups

Table 58 RecoverPoint metrics for RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines System

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Summary Number of RecoverPoint Clusters Sum of all the clusters in the RecoverPoint system

Number of Splitters Sum of all the splitters in the RecoverPoint system

Table 59 RecoverPoint metrics for Replication Set

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Capacity Capacity (GB) Size of the user volume in GB that the replication set is protecting

Table 60 RecoverPoint metrics for Repository Volume

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Capacity Capacity (GB) Size of repository volume in GB

Table 61 RecoverPoint metrics for Splitter

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Summary Number of Volumes Attached Number of volumes attached to the splitter

Number of ESX Clusters Connected

Number of clusters connecting to the splitter

Table 62 RecoverPoint metrics for User Volume

Metric Group Metric Additional Information

Capacity Capacity (GB) Size of user volume

Status Role Role of the copy to which the user volume belongs

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Table 62 RecoverPoint metrics for User Volume (continued)

Unity and UnityVSA metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides Unity and UnityVSA metrics for Array, Disk, FAST Cache, File System, LUN, Storage Container, Storage Pool, Tier, VVol, and Virtual Disk, and Storage Processor. Only the resource kinds with associated metrics are shown.

Unity and UnityVSA metrics for EMC Adapter Instance (array)

l Elapsed collect time (ms)

l New metrics in each collect call

l New resources in each collect call

l Number of down resources

l Number of metrics collected

l Number of resources collected

Table 63 Unity and UnityVSA metrics for Disk, FAST Cache, File System, LUN, Storage Pool, Tier, VVol, Virtual Disk

Metric group

Metric Disk FAST Cache

File System

LUN Storage Containe

r

Storage Pool

Tier VVol Virtual Disk

Capacity Size (GB) X X

Available Capacity (GB)

X X X X X

Capacity/Total capacity (GB)

X X X X

Consumed Capacity (GB)

X X X X X X

Full (%) X X X

Max Capacity (GB)

Thin Provisioning X

Subscribed (%) X

User Capacity (GB) X X

Compression Percent (%)

X

Compression Ratio X

Compression Size Saved (GB)

X

Configuratio n

State X X

RAID type X X

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Table 63 Unity and UnityVSA metrics for Disk, FAST Cache, File System, LUN, Storage Pool, Tier, VVol, Virtual Disk (continued)

Metric group

Metric Disk FAST Cache

File System

LUN Storage Containe

r

Storage Pool

Tier VVol Virtual Disk

FAST Cache X

Disk Count X

Burst Frequency (hours)

X

Burst Rate % X

Burst Time (minutes)

X

Description X

Max MB/s X

Max IO/s X

Max MB/s per GB X

Max IO/s per GB X

Performanc e

Busy (%) X X X

Reads (IO/s) X X X X X

Reads (MB/s) X X X X X

Total Latency (ms) X X X X

Writes (IO/s) X X X X X

Writes (MB/s) X X X X X

Queue Length X X

Total (IO/s) X X

Total (MB/s) X X

Data to Move Down (GB)

X

Data to Move Up (GB)

X

Data to Move Within (GB)

X

Property Compression Enabled

X

Applies to Unity only

Applies to UnityVSA only

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Table 64 Unity and UnityVSA metrics for Storage Processor

Metric group Metric

Cache Dirty Cache Pages (MB)

Read Cache Hit Ratio (%)

Write Cache Hit Ratio (%)

Network CIFS Reads (IOPS)

CIFS Reads (MB/s)

CIFS Writes (IOPS)

CIFS Writes (MB/s)

Network In Bandwidth (MB/s)

Network Out Bandwidth (MB/s)

NFS Reads (IOPS)

NFS Reads (MB/s)

NFS Writes (IOPS)

NFS Writes (MB/s)

Network > NFSv2 Read Calls/s

Read Errors/s

Read Response Time (ms)

Reads (IOPS)

Write Calls/s

Write Errors/s

Write Response Time (ms)

Writes (IOPS)

Network > NFSv3 Network > NFSv4

Access Calls/s

Access Errors/s

Access Response Time (ms)

GetAttr Calls/s

GetAttr Errors/s

GetAttr Response Time (ms)

Lookup Calls/s

Lookup Errors/s

Lookup Response Time (ms)

Read Calls/s

Read Errors/s

Read Response Time (ms)

Metrics

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Table 64 Unity and UnityVSA metrics for Storage Processor (continued)

Metric group Metric

Reads (IOPS)

SetAttr Calls/s

SetAttr Errors/s

SetAtt Response Time (ms)

Write Calls/s

Write Errors/s

Write Response Time (ms)

Writes (IOPS)

Network > SMB1 Close Average Response Time (ms)

Close Calls/s

Close Max Response Time (ms)

NTCreateX Average Response Time (ms)

NTCreateX Calls/s

NTCreateX Max Response Time (ms)

Reads (IOPS)

Reads (MB/s)

ReadX Average Response Time (ms)

ReadX Calls/s

ReadX Max Response Time (ms)

Trans2Prim Average Response Time (ms)

Trans2Prim Calls/s

Trans2Prim Max Response Time (ms)

Writes (IOPS)

Writes (MB/s)

WriteX Average Response Time (ms)

WriteX Calls/s

WriteX Max Response Time (ms)

Network > SMB2 Close Average Response Time (ms)

Close Calls/s

Close Max Response Time (ms)

Create Average Response Time (ms)

Create Calls/s

Create Max Response Time (ms)

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Table 64 Unity and UnityVSA metrics for Storage Processor (continued)

Metric group Metric

Flush Average Response Time (ms)

Flush Calls/s

Flush Max Response Time (ms)

Ioctl Average Response Time (ms)

Ioctl Calls/s

Ioctl Max Response Time

Queryinfo Average Response Time (ms)

Queryinfo Calls/s

Queryinfo Max Response Time (ms)

Read Average Response Time (ms)

Read Calls/s

Read Max Response Time (ms)

Reads (IOPS)

Reads (MB/s)

Write Average Response Time (ms)

Write Calls/s

Write Max Response Time (ms)

Writes (IOPS)

Writes (MB/s)

Performance Busy (%)

Reads (IOPS)

Reads (MB/s)

Writes (IOPS)

Writes (MB/s)

Metrics

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VMAX metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides metrics for Device, Front-End Director, Front-End Port, Remote Replica Group, SRDF Director, Storage Group, Storage Resource Pool (SRP), SLO, VVol Protocol Endpoint (VVol PE), and SRDF Port.

Table 65 VMAX Performance metrics

Metric Front-end director

Front-end port

Remote replica group

SRDF director

Storage group

SRP

Read Latency (ms) X

Reads (IO/s) X X X

Reads (MB/s) X X

Total Bandwidth (MB/s) X X X X X

Total Operations (IO/s) X X X X X

Write Latency (ms) X

Writes (IO/s) X X X X X

Writes (MB/s) X X X

Total Hits (IO/s) X

Total Latency (ms) X X

Busy (%) X

Average Cycle Time (s) X

Minimum Cycle Time (s)

Delta Set Extension Threshold X

HA Repeat Writes (counts/s) X

Devices in Session (count) X

SRDFA Writes (IO/s) X

SRDFA Writes (MB/s) X

SRDFS Writes (IO/s) X

SRDFS Writes (MB/s) X

Table 66 VMAX Capacity metrics

Metric Device Storage group

SRP VVol Storage Container

VVol Storage Resource

Total Capacity (GB) X X

Used Capacity (GB) X X X

EMC VP Space Saved (%) X

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Table 66 VMAX Capacity metrics (continued)

Metric Device Storage group

SRP VVol Storage Container

VVol Storage Resource

EMC Compression Ratio X

EMC Full (%) X X

EMC Snapshot space (GB) X

EMC Total Managed Space (GB) X

EMC Remaining Managed Space (GB)

X

Subscribed Limit (GB) X X

Subscribed Free (GB) X X

Subscribed Used (GB) X X

Note

The VMAX storage group capacity metrics related to compression are only valid for VMAX All Flash arrays running HYPERMAX OS 5977 2016 Q3 SR and later. Because VMAX3 arrays do not support compression, non-zero values for VMAX3 arrays are irrelevant and should be ignored.

Table 67 VMAX Configuration metrics

Metric Remote replica group

VVol Protocol Endpoint

Description

Number of Masking Views

X

Number of Storage Groups

X

Modes X

Type X

Metro X

Async X

Witness X RDF group is configured as Physical Witness (Yes, No)

Witness Array or Name X

Table 68 VMAX Status metrics

Metric Remote replica group

Witness Configured X

Witness Effective X

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Table 68 VMAX Status metrics (continued)

Metric Remote replica group

Bias Configured X

Bias Effective X

Witness Degraded X

Table 69 VMAX Summary metrics

Metric VVol Protocol Endpoint

Reserved X

Status X

Table 70 VMAX Default metrics

Metric SLO

Compliance X

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VNX Block metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides VNX Block metrics for Array, Disk, FAST Cache, Pool LUN, RAID Group, RAID Group LUN, SP Front-end Port, Storage Pool, Storage Processor, and Tier.

The following table shows the metrics available for each resource kind.

Table 71 VNX Block metrics

Metric Array Disk FAST Cache

Pool LUN

RAID group

RAID group LUN

SP Front-

end port

Storage pool

Storage processor

Tier

Elapsed collect time (ms)

X

New metrics in each collect call (count)

X

New resources in each collect call (count)

X

Number of down resources

X

Number of metrics collected

X

Number of resources collected

X

Busy (%) X X X X

Capacity (GB) X

Hard Read Errors (Count)

X

Hard Write Errors (Count)

X

LUN Count X

Queue Length X X X

Read Size (MB) X X X X

Reads (IOPS) X X X X X

Reads (MB/s) X X X X X

Total Latency (ms) X X X

Total Operations (IOPS)

X X X X X

Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

X X X X X

Write Size (MB) X X X X

Metrics

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Table 71 VNX Block metrics (continued)

Metric Array Disk FAST Cache

Pool LUN

RAID group

RAID group LUN

SP Front-

end port

Storage pool

Storage processor

Tier

Writes (IOPS) X X X X X

Writes (MB/s) X X X X X

Current Operation X X

Current Operation Status

X X

Current Operation Complete (%)

X

Dirty (%) X

Flushed (MB) X

Mode X

RAID Type X X

Read Cache Hit Ratio (%)

X X X

Read Cache Hits (Hits/s)

X

Read Cache Misses (Misses/s)

X

Size (GB) X

Write Cache Hit Ratio (%)

X X

Write Cache Hits (Hits/s)

X

Write Cache Misses (Misses/s)

X

Average Busy Queue Length

X X

Capacity Tier Distribution (%)

X

Consumed Capacity (GB)

X X X

Explicit trespasses (Count)

X

Extreme Performance Tier Distribution (%)

X

Implicit trespasses (Count)

X

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Table 71 VNX Block metrics (continued)

Metric Array Disk FAST Cache

Pool LUN

RAID group

RAID group LUN

SP Front-

end port

Storage pool

Storage processor

Tier

Initial Tier X

Performance Tier Distribution (%)

X

Read Cache State X X X

Service Time (ms) X X

Tiering Policy X

User Capacity (GB) X X X X

Write Cache State X X X

Available Capacity (GB)

X X X

Defragmented (%) X

Disk Count X X

Free Continuous Group of Unbound

Segments (GB)

X

Full (%) X

LUN Count X

Max Disks X

Max LUNs X

Raw Capacity (GB) X

Queue Full Count X X

Auto Tiering X

Auto-Tiering State X

Data Movement Completed (GB)

X

Data to Move Down (GB)

X

Data to Move Up (GB) X

Data to Move Within (GB)

X

Deduplicated LUNs Shared Capacity

(GBs)

X

Metrics

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Table 71 VNX Block metrics (continued)

Metric Array Disk FAST Cache

Pool LUN

RAID group

RAID group LUN

SP Front-

end port

Storage pool

Storage processor

Tier

Deduplication and Snapshot Savings

(GBs)

X

Deduplication Rate X

Dirty Cache Pages (%)

X

Dirty Cache Pages (MB)

X

Read Cache Size (MB)

X

Write Cache Flushes (MB/s)

X

Write Cache Size (MB)

X

Higher Tier (GB) X

Lower Tier (GB) X

Subscribed (%) X

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VNX File/eNAS metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides VNX File metrics for Array, Data Mover (includes Virtual Data Mover), dVol, File Pool, and File System.

VNX File/eNAS metrics for Array

l Elapsed collect time (ms)

l New metrics in each collect call

l New resources in each collect call

l Number of down resources

l Number of metrics collected

l Number of resources collected

VNX File/eNAS metrics for Data Mover

Table 72 VNX File/eNAS metrics for Data Mover

Metric Group Metric

Cache Buffer Cache Hit Ratio (%)

DNLC Hit Ratio (%)

Open File Cache Hit Ratio (%)

Configuration Type

CPU Busy (%)

Disk Reads (MB/s)

Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Writes (MB/s)

Network CIFS Average Read Size (KB)

CIFS Average Write Size (KB)

CIFS Reads (IOPS)

CIFS Reads (MB/s)

CIFS Total Operations (IOPS)

CIFS Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

CIFS Writes (IOPS)

CIFS Writes (MB/s)

NFS Average Read Size (Bytes)

NFS Average Write Size (Bytes)

NFS Reads (IOPS)

NFS Reads (MB/s)

NFS Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

NFS Total Operations (IOPS)

Metrics

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Table 72 VNX File/eNAS metrics for Data Mover (continued)

Metric Group Metric

NFS Writes (IOPS)

NFS Writes (MB/s)

Network In Bandwidth (MB/s)

Network Out Bandwidth (MB/s)

Total Network Bandwidth (MB/s)

Network > NFSv2, NFSv3, and NFSv4

Read Calls/s

Read Errors/s

Read Response Time (ms)

Write Calls/s

Write Errors/s

Write Response Time (ms)

Network > NFSv3 Access Calls/s

Access Errors/s

Access Response Time (ms)

GetAttr Calls/s

GetAttr Errors/s

GetAttr Response Time (ms)

Lookup Calls/s

Lookup Errors/s

Lookup Response Time (ms)

SetAttr Calls/s

SetAttr Errors/s

SetAttr Response Time (ms)

Network > NFSv4 Close Calls/s

Close Errors/s

Close Response Time (ms)

Compound Calls/s

Compound Errors/s

Compound Response Time (ms)

Open Calls/s

Open Errors/s

Open Response Time (ms)

Network > SMB1 Close Average Response Time (ms)

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Table 72 VNX File/eNAS metrics for Data Mover (continued)

Metric Group Metric

Close Calls/s

Close Max Response Time (ms)

NTCreateX Average Response Time (ms)

NTCreateX Calls/s

NTCreateX Max Response Time (ms)

ReadX Average Response Time (ms)

ReadX Calls/s

ReadX Max Response Time (ms)

Trans2Prim Average Response Time (ms)

Trans2Prim Calls/s

Trans2Prim Max Response Time (ms)

WriteX Average Response Time (ms)

WriteX Calls/s

WriteX Max Response Time (ms)

Network > SMB2 Close Average Response Time (ms)

Close Calls/s

Close Max Response Time (ms)

Flush Average Response Time (ms)

Flush Calls/s

Flush Max Response Time (ms)

Create Average Response Time (ms)

Create Calls/s

Create Max Response Time (ms)

IOCTL Average Response Time (ms)

IOCTL Calls/s

IOCTL Max Response Time (ms)

Queryinfo Average Response Time (ms)

Queryinfo Calls/s

Queryinfo Max Response Time (ms)

Read Average Response Time (ms)

Read Calls/s

Read Max Response Time (ms)

Write Average Response Time (ms)

Metrics

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Table 72 VNX File/eNAS metrics for Data Mover (continued)

Metric Group Metric

Write Calls/s

Write Max Response Time (ms)

VNX File/eNAS metrics for dVol, File pool, and File system

Table 73 VNX File/eNAS metrics for dVol, File pool, and File system

Metric dVol File pool File system Note

Average Read Size (Bytes) X X

Average Write Size (Bytes) X X

Average Completion Time (ms/call)

X

Average Service Time (ms/ call)

X

Available Capacity (GB) X X

Capacity (GB) X X X

Consumed Capacity (GB) X X

Max Capacity (GB) X If automatic extension is enabled, the file system automatically extends to this maximum size when the high water mark is reached. The default value for the high water mark is 90 percent.

Full (%) X

IO Retries (IO/s) X

Queue Length X

Reads (IO/s) X X

Reads (MB/s) X X

Total Operations (IO/s) X

Total Bandwidth (MB/s) X X

Utilization (%) X

Writes (IO/s) X X

Writes (MB/s) X X

Thin Provisioning X True indicates that the file system is enabled for virtual provisioning, an option that can only be used with automatic file system extension. Combining automatic file system extension with virtual provisioning allows growth of the file system gradually and as needed. When virtual provisioning is enabled,

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Table 73 VNX File/eNAS metrics for dVol, File pool, and File system (continued)

Metric dVol File pool File system Note

NFS and CIFS clients receive reports for either the virtual maximum file system size or real file system size, whichever is larger.

Read IO Ratio (%) X

Write IO Ratio (%) X

Read Requests (Requests/s) X

Write Requests (Requests/s) X

VNXe metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides VNXe metrics for Array, Disk, FAST Cache, File System, LUN, Storage Pool, Tier, VVol, Virtual Disk, and Storage Processor. Only the resource kinds with associated metrics are shown.

The following metrics are available:

l Elapsed collect time (ms)

l New metrics in each collect call

l New resources in each collect call

l Number of down resources

l Number of metrics collected

l Number of resources collected

Table 74 VNXe metrics for Disk, FAST Cache, File System, LUN, Storage Pool, Tier, Virtual Disk

Metric group Metric Disk FAST Cache

File System

LUN Storage Pool Tier

Capacity Size (GB) X

Available Capacity (GB) X X X X

Capacity/Total capacity (GB)

X X

Consumed Capacity (GB) X X X X

Full (%) X X X

Thin Provisioning X

Subscribed (%) X

User Capacity (GB) X X

Configuration State X

RAID type X X

FAST Cache X

Metrics

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Table 74 VNXe metrics for Disk, FAST Cache, File System, LUN, Storage Pool, Tier, Virtual Disk (continued)

Metric group Metric Disk FAST Cache

File System

LUN Storage Pool Tier

Disk Count X

Performance Busy (%) X

Reads (IO/s) X X

Reads (MB/s) X X

Total Latency (ms) X

Writes (IO/s) X X

Writes (MB/s) X X

Queue Length X

Data to move Down (GB) X

Data to move Up (GB) X

Data to move Within (GB) X

Disk Count X

Table 75 VNXe metrics for Storage Processor

Metric Group Metric

Cache Dirty Cache Pages (MB)

Read Cache Hit Ratio (%)

Write Cache Hit Ratio (%)

Network CIFS Reads (IOPS)

CIFS Reads (MB/s)

CIFS Writes (IOPS)

CIFS Writes (MB/s)

Network In Bandwidth (MB/s)

Network Out Bandwidth (MB/s)

NFS Reads (IOPS)

NFS Reads (MB/s)

NFS Writes (IOPS)

NFS Writes (MB/s)

Network > NFSv2 Read Calls/s

Read Errors/s

Read Response Time (ms)

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Table 75 VNXe metrics for Storage Processor (continued)

Metric Group Metric

Reads (IOPS)

Write Calls/s

Write Errors/s

Write Response Time (ms)

Writes (IOPS)

Network > NFSv3 Access Calls/s

Access Errors/s

Access Response Time (ms)

GetAttr Calls/s

GetAttr Errors/s

GetAttr Response Time (ms)

Lookup Calls/s

Lookup Errors/s

Lookup Response Time (ms)

Read Calls/s

Read Errors/s

Read Response Time (ms)

Reads (IOPS)

SetAttr Calls/s

SetAttr Errors/s

SetAtt Response Time (ms)

Write Calls/s

Write Errors/s

Write Response Time (ms)

Writes (IOPS)

Network > SMB1 Close Average Response Time (ms)

Close Calls/s

Close Max Response Time (ms)

NTCreateX Average Response Time (ms)

NTCreateX Calls/s

NTCreateX Max Response Time (ms)

Reads (IOPS)

Reads (MB/s)

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Table 75 VNXe metrics for Storage Processor (continued)

Metric Group Metric

ReadX Average Response Time (ms)

ReadX Calls/s

ReadX Max Response Time (ms)

Trans2Prim Average Response Time (ms)

Trans2Prim Calls/s

Trans2Prim Max Response Time (ms)

Writes (IOPS)

Writes (MB/s)

WriteX Average Response Time (ms)

WriteX Calls/s

WriteX Max Response Time (ms)

Network > SMB2 Close Average Response Time (ms)

Close Calls/s

Close Max Response Time (ms)

Create Average Response Time (ms)

Create Calls/s

Create Max Response Time (ms)

Flush Average Response Time (ms)

Flush Calls/s

Flush Max Response Time (ms)

Ioctl Average Response Time (ms)

Ioctl Calls/s

Ioctl Max Response Time

Queryinfo Average Response Time (ms)

Queryinfo Calls/s

Queryinfo Max Response Time (ms)

Read Average Response Time (ms)

Read Calls/s

Read Max Response Time (ms)

Reads (IOPS)

Reads (MB/s)

Write Average Response Time (ms)

Write Calls/s

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Table 75 VNXe metrics for Storage Processor (continued)

Metric Group Metric

Write Max Response Time (ms)

Writes (IOPS)

Writes (MB/s)

Performance Busy (%)

Reads (IOPS)

Reads (MB/s)

Writes (IOPS)

Writes (MB/s)

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VPLEX metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides VPLEX metrics for Cluster, Director, Distributed Device, Engine, Ethernet Port, Extent, FC Port, Local Device, Storage Array, Storage View, Storage Volume, Virtual Volume, and VPLEX Metro.

Table 76 VPLEX metrics for Cluster

Metric group Metric Description

Status Cluster Type Local or Metro.

Status Health State Possible values include:

l OK - Cluster is functioning normally.

l Degraded - Cluster is not functioning at an optimal level. This may indicate non- functioning remote virtual volumes, unhealthy devices or storage volumes, suspended devices, conflicting director count configuration values, or out-of-date devices.

l Unknown - VPLEX cannot determine the cluster's health state, or the state is invalid.

l Major failure - Cluster is failing and some functionality may be degraded or unavailable. This may indicate complete loss of back-end connectivity.

l Minor failure - Cluster is functioning, but some functionality may be degraded. This may indicate one or more unreachable storage volumes.

l Critical failure - Cluster is not functioning and may have failed completely. This may indicate a complete loss of back-end connectivity.

Status Operational Status

During transition periods, the cluster moves from one operational state to another. Possible values include:

l OK - Cluster is operating normally.

l Cluster departure - One or more of the clusters cannot be contacted. Commands affecting distributed storage are refused.

l Degraded - Cluster is not functioning at an optimal level. This may indicate non- functioning remote virtual volumes, unhealthy devices or storage volumes, suspended devices, conflicting director count configuration values, or out-of-date devices.

l Device initializing - If clusters cannot communicate with each other, then the distributed-device will be unable to initialize.

l Device out of date - Child devices are being marked fully out of date. Sometimes this occurs after a link outage.

l Expelled - Cluster has been isolated from the island either manually (by an administrator) or automatically (by a system configuration setting).

l Shutdown - Cluster's directors are shutting down.

l Suspended exports - Some I/O is suspended. This could be result of a link failure or loss of a director. Other states might indicate the true problem. The VPLEX might be waiting for you to confirm the resumption of I/O.

l Transitioning - Components of the software are recovering from a previous incident (for example, the loss of a director or the loss of an inter-cluster link).

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Table 76 VPLEX metrics for Cluster (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

Capacity Exported Virtual Volumes

Number of exported virtual volumes.

Exported Virtual Volumes (GB)

Gigabytes of exported virtual volumes.

Used Storage Volumes

Number of used storage volumes.

Used Storage Volumes (GB)

Gigabytes of used storage volumes.

Unused Storage Volumes

Number of unused storage volumes.

Unused Storage Volumes (GB)

Gigabytes of unused storage volumes.

Table 77 VPLEX metrics for Director

Metric Group

Metric Description

CPU Busy (%) Percentage of director CPU usage

Status Operational Status Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Error - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

l Starting - Not yet ready

l Lost-communication - Object is unreachable

Storage Volumes

Read Latency (ms) Average read latency in milliseconds

Write Latency (ms) Average write latency in milliseconds

Virtual Volumes

Read Latency (ms) Average read latency in milliseconds

Reads (MB/s) Number of bytes read per second

Total Reads and Writes (counts/s)

Total number of reads and writes per second

Write Latency (ms) Average write latency in milliseconds

Writes (MB/s) Number of bytes written per second

Memory Memory Used (%) Percentage of memory heap usage by the firmware for its accounting on the director. This value is not the percentage of cache pages in use for user data

Front-end Director

Aborts (counts/s) Number of aborted I/O operations per second through the director's front-end ports

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Table 77 VPLEX metrics for Director (continued)

Metric Group

Metric Description

Active Operations (counts)

Number of active, outstanding I/O operations on the director's front-end ports

Compare and Write Latency (ms)

Average time, in milliseconds, that it takes for VAAI CompareAndWrite request to complete on the director's front-end ports

Operations (counts/s) Number of I/O operations per second through the director's front-end ports

Queued Operations (counts)

Number of queued, outstanding I/O operations on the director's front-end ports

Read Latency (ms) Average time, in milliseconds, that it takes for read requests to complete on the director's front-end ports. Total time it takes VPLEX to complete a read request

Reads (counts/s) Number of read operations per second on the director's front-end ports

Reads (MB/s) Number of bytes per second read from the director's front-end ports

Write Latency (ms) Average time, in milliseconds, that it takes for write requests to complete on the director's front-end ports. Total time it takes VPLEX to complete a write request

Writes (counts/s) Number of write operations per second on the director's front-end ports

Writes (MB/s) Number of bytes per second written to the director's front-end ports

Back-end Director

Aborts (counts/s) Number of aborted I/O operations per second on the director's back-end ports

Operations (counts/s) Number of I/O operations per second through the director's back-end ports

Reads (counts/s) Number of read operations per second by the director's back-end ports

Reads (MB/s) Number of bytes read per second by the director's back-end ports

Resets (counts/s) Number of LUN resets issued per second through the director's back-end ports. LUN resets are issued after 20 seconds of LUN unresponsiveness to outstanding operations.

Timeouts (counts/s) Number of timed out I/O operations per second on the director's back-end ports. Operations time out after 10 seconds

Writes (MB/s) Number of bytes written per second by the director's back-end ports

COM Latency

Average Latency (ms) Average time, in milliseconds, that it took for inter-director WAN messages to complete on this director to the specified cluster in the last 5-second interval

Maximum Latency (ms) Maximum time, in milliseconds, that it took for an inter-director WAN message to complete on this director to the specified cluster in the last 5-second interval

Minimum Latency (ms) Minimum time, in milliseconds, that it took for an inter-director WAN message to complete on this director to the specified cluster in the last five-second interval

WAN Link Usage

Distributed Device Bytes Received (MB/s)

Number of bytes of distributed-device traffic per second received on the director's WAN ports

Distributed Device Bytes Sent (MB/s)

Number of bytes of distributed-device traffic per second sent on the director's WAN ports

Distributed Device Rebuild Bytes Received (MB/s)

Number of bytes of distributed-device, rebuild/migration traffic per second received on the director's WAN ports

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Table 77 VPLEX metrics for Director (continued)

Metric Group

Metric Description

Distributed Device Rebuild Bytes Sent (MB/s)

Number of bytes of distributed-device rebuild/migration per second traffic sent on the director's WAN ports

FC WAN COM

Bytes Received (MB/s) Number of bytes of WAN traffic per second received on this director's Fibre Channel port

Bytes Sent (MB/s) Number of bytes of WAN traffic per second sent on this director's Fibre Channel port

Packets Received (counts/s)

Number of packets of WAN traffic per second received on this director's Fibre Channel port

Packets Sent (counts/s) Number of packets of WAN traffic per second sent on this director's Fibre Channel port

IP WAN COM

Average Latency (ms) Average time, in milliseconds, that it took for inter-director WAN messages to complete on this director's IP port in the last 5-second interval

Bytes Received (MB/s) Number of bytes of WAN traffic per second received on this director's IP port

Bytes Sent (MB/s) Number of bytes of WAN traffic per second sent on this director's IP port

Maximum Latency (ms) Maximum time, in milliseconds, that it took for an inter-director WAN message to complete on this director's IP port in the last five-second interval

Minimum Latency (ms) Minimum time, in milliseconds, that it takes for an inter-director WAN message to complete on this director's IP port in the last five-second interval

Packets Received (counts/s)

Number of packets of WAN traffic per second received on this director's IP port

Packets Resent (counts/s)

Number of WAN traffic packets re-transmitted per second that were sent on this director's IP port

Packets Sent (counts/s) Number of packets of WAN traffic per second sent on this director's IP port

Received Packets Dropped (counts/s)

Number of WAN traffic packets dropped per second that were received on this director's IP port

Sent Packets Dropped (counts/s)

Number of WAN traffic packets dropped per second that were sent on this director's IP port

Table 78 VPLEX metrics for Distributed Device

Metric Group

Metric Description

Capacity Capacity (GB) Capacity in gigabytes

Status Health State Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

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Table 78 VPLEX metrics for Distributed Device (continued)

Metric Group

Metric Description

l Non-recoverable error - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror, or VPLEX cannot determine the health state

l Critical failure - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

Operational Status

Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Error - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

l Starting - Not yet ready

l Lost-communication - Object is unreachable

Service Status Possible values include:

l Cluster unreachable - VPLEX cannot reach the cluster; the status is unknown

l Need resume - The other cluster detached the distributed device while it was unreachable. Distributed device needs to be manually resumed for I/O to resume at this cluster.

l Need winner - All clusters are reachable again, but both clusters had detached this distributed device and resumed I/O. You must pick a winner cluster whose data will overwrite the other cluster's data for this distributed device.

l Potential conflict - Clusters have detached each other resulting in a potential for detach conflict.

l Running - Distributed device is accepting I/O

l Suspended - Distributed device is not accepting new I/O; pending I/O requests are frozen.

l Winner-running - This cluster detached the distributed device while the other cluster was unreachable, and is now sending I/O to the device.

Table 79 VPLEX metrics for Engine

Metric Group

Metric Description

Status Health State Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Non-recoverable error - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror, or VPLEX cannot determine the health state

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Table 79 VPLEX metrics for Engine (continued)

Metric Group

Metric Description

l Critical failure - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

Operational Status

Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Error - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

l Starting - Not yet ready

l Lost-communication - Object is unreachable

Table 80 VPLEX metrics for Ethernet Port

Metric Group

Metric Description

Status Operational Status

Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Error - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

l Starting - Not yet ready

l Lost-communication - Object is unreachable

Table 81 VPLEX metrics for Extent Device

Metric Group

Metric Description

Capacity Capacity (GB) Capacity in gigabytes

Status Health State Possible values include:

l OK - The extent is functioning normally

l Degraded - The extent may be out-of-date compared to its mirror (applies only to extents that are part of a RAID 1 device)

l Unknown - VPLEX cannot determine the extent's operational state, or the state is invalid

l Non-recoverable error - The extent may be out-of-date compared to its mirror (applies only to extents that are part of a RAID 1 device), and/or the health state cannot be determined

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Table 81 VPLEX metrics for Extent Device (continued)

Metric Group

Metric Description

Operational Status

Possible values include:

l OK - The extent is functioning normally

l Degraded - The extent may be out-of-date compared to its mirror (applies only to extents that are part of a RAID 1 device)

l Unknown - VPLEX cannot determine the extent's operational state, or the state is invalid

l Starting - The extent is not yet ready

Table 82 VPLEX metrics for Fibre Channel Port

Metric Group

Metric Description

Status Operational Status

Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Error - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

l Starting - Not yet ready

l Lost-communication - Object is unreachable

Table 83 VPLEX metrics for Local Device

Metric Group

Metric Description

Capacity Capacity (GB) Capacity in gigabytes

Status Health State Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Non-recoverable error - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror, or VPLEX cannot determine the health state

l Critical failure - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

Operational Status

Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

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Table 83 VPLEX metrics for Local Device (continued)

Metric Group

Metric Description

l Error - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

l Starting - Not yet ready

l Lost-communication - Object is unreachable

Service Status Possible values include:

l Cluster unreachable - VPLEX cannot reach the cluster; the status is unknown

l Need resume - The other cluster detached the distributed device while it was unreachable. Distributed device needs to be manually resumed for I/O to resume at this cluster.

l Need winner - All clusters are reachable again, but both clusters had detached this distributed device and resumed I/O. You must pick a winner cluster whose data will overwrite the other cluster's data for this distributed device.

l Potential conflict - Clusters have detached each other resulting in a potential for detach conflict.

l Running - Distributed device is accepting I/O

l Suspended - Distributed device is not accepting new I/O; pending I/O requests are frozen

l Winner-running - This cluster detached the distributed device while the other cluster was unreachable, and is now sending I/O to the device.

Table 84 VPLEX metrics for Storage Array

Metric Group Metric Description

Capacity Allocated Storage Volumes Number of allocated storage volumes

Allocated Storage Volumes (GB) Gigabytes of allocated storage volumes

Used Storage Volumes Number of used storage volumes

Used Storage Volumes (GB) Gigabytes of used storage volumes

Table 85 VPLEX metrics for Storage View

Metric Group Metric Description

Capacity Virtual Volumes (GB)

Gigabytes of virtual volumes

Status Operational Status Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

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Table 85 VPLEX metrics for Storage View (continued)

Metric Group Metric Description

l Error - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

l Starting - Not yet ready

l Lost-communication - Object is unreachable

Table 86 VPLEX metrics for Storage Volume

Metric Group Metric Description

Capacity Capacity (GB) Capacity in gigabytes

Status Health State Possible values include:

l OK - The storage volume is functioning normally

l Degraded - The storage volume may be out-of-date compared to its mirror

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Non-recoverable error - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror, or VPLEX cannot determine the health state

l Critical failure - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

Operational Status

Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - May be out-of-date compared to its mirror (This state applies only to a storage volume that is part of a RAID 1 Metadata Volume)

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Error - VPLEX has marked the object as hardware-dead

l Starting - Not yet ready

l Lost-communication - Object is unreachable

Table 87 VPLEX metrics for Virtual Volume

Metric Group Metric Description

Capacity Capacity (GB) Capacity in gigabytes

Locality Locality Possible values include:

l Local - The volume is local to the enclosing cluster

l Remote - The volume is made available by a different cluster than the enclosing cluster, and is accessed remotely

l Distributed - The virtual volume has or is capable of having legs at more than one cluster

Status Health State Possible values include:

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Table 87 VPLEX metrics for Virtual Volume (continued)

Metric Group Metric Description

l OK - Functioning normally

l Unknown - Cannot determine the health state, or the state is invalid

l Major failure - One or more of the virtual volume's underlying devices is out-of- date, but will never rebuild

l Minor failure - One or more of the virtual volume's underlying devices is out-of- date, but will rebuild

Operational Status

Possible values include:

l OK - Functioning normally

l Degraded - The virtual volume may have one or more out-of-date devices that will eventually rebuild

l Unknown - VPLEX cannot determine the virtual volume's operational state, or the state is invalid

l Error - One or more of the virtual volume's underlying devices is hardware-dead

l Starting - Not yet ready

l Stressed - One or more of the virtual volume's underlying devices is out-of-date and will never rebuild

Service Status Possible values include:

l Running - I/O is running

l Inactive - The volume is part of an inactive storage-view and is not visible from the host

l Unexported- The volume is unexported

l Suspended - I/O is suspended for the volume

l Cluster-unreachable - Cluster is unreachable at this time

l Need-resume - Issue re-attach to resume after link has returned

Table 88 VPLEX metrics for VPLEX Metro

Metric Group Metric Description

Status Health State Possible values include:

l OK - Cluster is functioning normally

l Degraded - Cluster is not functioning at an optimal level. This may indicate non- functioning remote virtual volumes, unhealthy devices or storage volumes, suspended devices, conflicting director count configuration values, or out-of-date devices.

l Unknown - VPLEX cannot determine the cluster's health state, or the state is invalid

l Major failure - Cluster is failing and some functionality may be degraded or unavailable. This may indicate complete loss of back-end connectivity.

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Table 88 VPLEX metrics for VPLEX Metro (continued)

Metric Group Metric Description

l Minor failure - Cluster is functioning, but some functionality may be degraded. This may indicate one or more unreachable storage volumes.

l Critical failure - Cluster is not functioning and may have failed completely. This may indicate a complete loss of back-end connectivity.

Operational Status

During transition periods, the cluster moves from one operational state to another. Possible values include:

l OK - Cluster is operating normally

l Cluster departure - One or more of the clusters cannot be contacted. Commands affecting distributed storage are refused.

l Degraded - Cluster is not functioning at an optimal level. This may indicate non- functioning remote virtual volumes, unhealthy devices or storage volumes, suspended devices, conflicting director count configuration values, or out-of-date devices.

l Device initializing - If clusters cannot communicate with each other, then the distributed-device will be unable to initialize.

l Device out of date - Child devices are being marked fully out of date. Sometimes this occurs after a link outage.

l Expelled - Cluster has been isolated from the island either manually (by an administrator) or automatically (by a system configuration setting).

l Shutdown - Cluster's directors are shutting down.

l Suspended exports - Some I/O is suspended. This could be result of a link failure or loss of a director. Other states might indicate the true problem. The VPLEX might be waiting for you to confirm the resumption of I/O.

l Transitioning - Components of the software are recovering from a previous incident (for example, the loss of a director or the loss of an inter-cluster link).

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XtremIO metrics EMC Storage Analytics provides XtremIO metrics for Cluster, Data Protection Group, Snapshot, SSD, Storage Controller, Volume, and X-Brick.

Table 89 XtremIO metrics for Cluster

Metric Group Metric

Capacity Deduplication Ratio

Compression Ratio

Total Efficiency

Thin Provision Savings (%)

Data Reduction Ratio

Capacity > Physical Available Capacity (TB)

Remaining Capacity (%)

Used Capacity (%)

Consumed Capacity (TB)

Total Capacity (TB)

Capacity > Volume Available Capacity (TB)

Consumed Capacity (TB)

Total Capacity (TB)

Performance Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Total Latency (ms)

Total Operations (IO/s)

Performance > Read Operations

Read Bandwidth (MB/s)

Read Latency (ms)

Reads (IO/S)

Performance > Write Operations

Writes (MB/s)

Write Bandwidth (MB/s)

Write Latency (ms)

Status Health State ; Green = Normal, Yellow = Free space <= 90%, Orange = Free space <= 95%, Red = Free space <= 99%

Total Memory In Use (%)

Configuration Encrypted

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Table 90 XtremIO metrics for Data Protection Group

Metric Group

Metric

Performance Average SSD Utilization (%)

Table 91 XtremIO metrics for Snapshot

Metric Group

Metric

Capacity Consumed Capacity in XtremIO (GB)Consumed capacity in gigabytes without "zeroed" space

Consumed Capacity in VMware (GB)Consumed capacity in gigabytes, including "zeroed" space

Note

This metric is available only when a datastore is built on top of the snapshot. The value of the metric is the consumed datastore capacity, which might not be the same as the consumed snapshot capacity.

Total Capacity (GB)

Performance Average Block Size (KB)

Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Total Latency (usec)

Total Operations (IOPS)

Unaligned (%)

Performance > Read Operations

Average Block Size (KB)

Average Small Reads (IOPS)

Average Unaligned Reads (IOPS)

Read Bandwidth (MB/s)

Read Latency (usec)

Reads (IOPS)

Performance > Write Operations

Average Block Size (KB)

Average Small Writes (IOPS)

Average Unaligned Writes (IOPS)

Write Bandwidth (MB/s)

Write Latency (usec)

Writes (IOPS)

Configuration Tag

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Table 92 XtremIO metrics for SSD

Metric Group

Metric

Capacity Disk Utilization (%)

Endurance Endurance Remaining (%)

Table 93 XtremIO metrics for Storage Controller

Metric Group

Metric

Performance CPU 1 Utilization (%)

CPU 2 Utilization (%)

Status Health State

Table 94 XtremIO metrics for Volume

Metric Group Metric

Capacity Consumed Capacity in XtremIO (GB)

Consumed Capacity in VMware (GB)

Total Capacity (GB)

Performance Average Block Size (KB)

Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Total Latency (ms)

Total Operations (IOPS)

Unaligned (%)

Performance > Read Operations

Average Block Size (KB)

Average Small Reads (IOPS)

Average Unaligned Reads (IOPS)

Read Bandwidth (MB/s)

Read Latency (ms)

Reads (IOPS)

Performance > Write Operations

Average Block Size (KB)

Average Small Writes (IOPS)

Average Unaligned Writes (IOPS)

Write Bandwidth (MB/s)

Write Latency (ms)

Writes (IOPS)

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Table 94 XtremIO metrics for Volume (continued)

Metric Group Metric

Configuration Tag

Table 95 XtremIO metrics for X-Brick

Metric Group Metric

X-Brick Reporting

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APPENDIX D

Views and Reports

This appendix contains the following topics:

l Avamar views and reports.................................................................................154 l eNAS views and reports................................................................................... 155 l Isilon views and reports.....................................................................................157 l ScaleIO views and reports................................................................................ 159 l VMAX views and reports.................................................................................. 160 l VNX, VNXe, and Unity/UnityVSA views and reports........................................ 162 l XtremIO views and reports............................................................................... 172

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Avamar views and reports The Avamar report includes all views and can be exported to CSV and PDF formats.

You can create Avamar reports for the following metrics:

Table 96 Avamar views and reports

View Metric

DPN Status Summary General | HFS Address

General | Active Sessions (Count)

Status | State

Garbage Collection | Status

Garbage Collection | Result

DPN Capacity Summary Capacity | Total Capacity (GB)

Capacity | Used Capacity (GB)

Capacity | Used Capacity (%)

Capacity | Protected Capacity (GB)

Capacity | Protected Capacity (%)

Capacity | Free Capacity (GB)

Capacity | Free Capacity (%)

DPN Backup Summary (last 24 hours)

Success History (last 24 hours) | Successful Backups (Count)

Success History (last 24 hours) | Successful Backups (%)

Success History (last 24 hours) | Failed Backups (Count)

Success History (last 24 hours) | Successful Restores (Count)

Success History (last 24 hours) | Successful Restores (%)

Success History (last 24 hours) | Failed Restores (Count)

DPN Backup Performance (last 24 hours)

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Backup Average Elapsed Time

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Scanned (GB)

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Changed (GB)

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Files Changed (Count)

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Files Skipped (Count)

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Sent (GB)

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Excluded (GB)

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Skipped (GB)

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Modified & Sent (GB)

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Modified & Not Sent (GB)

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Table 96 Avamar views and reports (continued)

View Metric

Job Performance History (last 24 hours) | Average Overhead (GB)

DDR Status Summary General | Hostname

General | Model Number

Status | File System Status

Status | Monitoring Status

DDR Capacity Summary Capacity | Total Capacity (GB)

Capacity | Used Capacity (GB)

Capacity | Used Capacity (%)

Capacity | Free Capacity (GB)

Capacity | Free Capacity (%)

Capacity | Protected Capacity (GB)

Capacity | Protected Capacity (%)

eNAS views and reports The eNAS report includes all views and can be exported in CSV and PDF formats.

You can create views and reports for the following eNAS components.

Table 97 eNAS views and reports

Component Metric

Data Mover (In Use) Avg. CPU Busy (%)

Max CPU Busy (%)

Avg. Total Network Bandwidth (MB/s)

Max Total Network Bandwidth (MB/s)

Type (String)

dVol (In Use) Capacity (GB)

Avg. Average Service Time (ms/call)

Max Average Service Time (ms/call)

Avg. Utilization (%)

Max Utilization (%)

Avg. Total Operations (IO/s)

Max Total Operations (IO/s)

Avg. Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Max Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

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Table 97 eNAS views and reports (continued)

Component Metric

File Pool (In Use) Consumed Capacity (GB)

Available Capacity (GB)

Total Capacity (GB)

File system Total Capacity (GB)

Allocated Capacity (GB)

Consumed Capacity (GB)

Available Capacity (GB)

Avg. Total Operations (IO/s)

Max Total Operations (IO/s)

Avg. Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Max Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

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Isilon views and reports

You can create views and reports for Isilon components. The report name is Isilon Report, which contains all the following views:

Table 98 Isilon views and reports

Component Metric group Metric

Isilon Cluster Performance

Summary CPU Usage (%)

Number of Active Jobs

Node | External Network

External Throughput Rate (In, MB/s)

External Throughput Rate (Out, MB/s)

Node | Performance Protocol Operations Rate

Node | Summary Connected Clients

Cluster | Summary Active Jobs

Inactive Jobs

Node | Summary Job Workers

Isilon Cache Performance

Node | Cache Overall Cache Hit Rate (MB/s)

Overall Cache Throughput Rate (MB/s)

Average Cache Data Age (s)

L1 Cache Starts (MB/s)

L1 Cache Hits (MB/s)

L1 Cache Misses (MB/s)

L1 Cache Waits (MB/s)

L1 Cache Prefetch Starts (MB/s)

L1 Cache Prefetch Hits (MB/s)

L1 Cache Prefetch Misses (MB/s)

Isilon Cluster Capacity

Cluster | Capacity Total Capacity (TB)

Remaining Capacity (TB)

Remaining Capacity (%)

User Data Including Protection (TB)

Snapshot Usage (TB)

Isilon Cluster Deduplication

Cluster | Deduplication Deduplicated Data (Logical, GB)

Deduplicated Data (Physical, GB)

Saved Data (Logical, GB)

Saved Data (Physical, GB)

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Table 98 Isilon views and reports (continued)

Component Metric group Metric

Isilon Disk Performance

Node | Performance Protocol Operations Rate

Disk Activity (%)

Disk Operations Rate (Read)

Disk Operations Rate (Write)

Average Disk Operation Size (MB)

Average Pending Disk Operations Count

Slow Disk Access Rate

Isilon File System Performance

Node | Performance File System Events Rate

Deadlock File System Events Rate

Locked File System Events Rate

Contended File System Events Rate

Blocking File System Events Rate

Isilon Network Performance

Node | External Network

External Network Throughput Rate (In, MB/s)

External Network Throughput Rate (Out, MB/s)

External Network Packets Rate (In, MB/s)

External Network Packets Rate (Out, MB/s)

External Network Errors (In, MB/s)

External Network Errors (Out, MB/s)

Isilon Node Performance

Node | Summary CPU Usage (%)

Node | External Network

External Throughput Rate (In, MB/s)

External Throughput Rate (Out, MB/s)

Node | Performance Disk Activity (%)

Disk Throughput Rate (Read)

Disk Throughput Rate (Write)

Disk Operations Rate (Read)

Disk Operations Rate (Write)

Protocol Operations Rate

Slow Disk Access Rate

Node | Summary Active Clients

Connected Clients

Pending Disk Operations Latency (ms)

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ScaleIO views and reports You can create views and reports for the following ScaleIO components:

Table 99 ScaleIO views and reports

Component Metric

ScaleIO Volume Number of Child Volumes (Count)

Number of Descendant Volumes (Count)

Number of Mapped SDCs (Count)

Volume Size (GB)

Average Read I/O Size (MB)

Average Write I/O Size (MB)

Total Read IO/s

Total Write IO/s

Total Reads (MB/s)

Total Writes (MB/s)

ScaleIO Protection Domain Maximum Capacity (GB)

Protected Capacity (GB)

Snap Used Capacity (GB)

Thick Used Capacity (GB)

Thin Used Capacity (GB)

Unused Capacity (GB)

Used Capacity (GB)

Average Read I/O Size (MB)

Average Write I/O Size (MB)

Total Read IO/s

Total Write IO/s

Total Reads (MB/s)

Total Writes (MB/s)

ScaleIO SDC Number of Mapped Volumes (Count)

Total Mapped Capacity (GB)

Average Read I/O Size (MB)

Average Write I/O Size (MB)

Total Read IO/s

Total Write IO/s

Total Read (MB/s)

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Table 99 ScaleIO views and reports (continued)

Component Metric

Total Write (MB/s)

ScaleIO SDS Maximum Capacity (GB)

Snap Used Capacity (GB)

Thick Used Capacity (GB)

Thin Used Capacity (GB)

Unused Capacity (GB)

Used Capacity (GB)

Average Read IO Size (MB)

Average Write IO Size (MB)

Total Read IO/s

Total Write IO/s

Total Read (MB/s)

Total Write (MB/s)

Note

The MDM list view does not contain component-specific metrics.

VMAX views and reports VMAX reports consist of multiple component list views with the supported VMAX metrics. The reports can be exported in CSV and PDF formats.

You can create the following views and reports:

Table 100 VMAX views and reports

Metric SRDF Report VMAX3 Report

Device X

Front-End Director X

Front-End Port X

Remote Replica Group X

SRDF Director X

SRDF Port X

SLO X

Storage Group X

Storage Resource Pool X

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The metrics available for each component are listed in the following table.

Table 101 VMAX available metrics

Metric Storage Group

Device Front-End Director

Front-End Port

SRDF Director

Remote Replica Group

Storage Resource

Pool

Total Capacity (GB) X X X

Current Size (GB) X X X

Used Capacity (GB) X X X

Usable Capacity (GB) X X X

Workload (%) X X X

Under Used (%) X X X

Reads IO/s X X X

Reads MB/s X X

Writes IO/s X X X X X

Writes MB/s X X X

Total Operations IO/s X X X X X

Total Bandwidth MB/s X X X

Full (%) X X

Total Bandwidth IO/s X

Total Hits IO/s X

% Busy X

SRDFA Writes IO/s X

SRDFA Writes MB/s X

SDRFS Writes IO/s X

SDRFS Writes MB/s X

Avg. Cycle Time (seconds)

X

Delta Set Extension Threshold (integer)

X

Devices in Session (count)

X

HA Repeat Writes (count/s)

X

Note

The current list views of SRDF Port and SLO do not contain any component-specific metrics.

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VNX, VNXe, and Unity/UnityVSA views and reports You can create views and reports for VNX, VNXe, and Unity resources. Several predefined views and templates are also available.

Report templates

Note

VNXe storage objects are contained in Unity views and reports.

The predefined report templates consist of several list views under the adapter instance, as shown in the following table.

Table 102 VNX, VNXe, and Unity/UnityVSA views and reports

Metric VNX Block Report VNX File Report VNXe Report Unity/UnityVSA

Alerts X X X X

Storage Pool (In Use) X X X

RAID Group (In Use) X

LUN X X X

Disk (In Use) X X X

SP Front-End Port X

Data Mover (In Use) X

File Pool (In Use) X

File System X X X

dVol (In Use) X

VVol (In Use) X

Predefined views The following sections describe the available predefined views:

l Alerts

l VNX Data Mover

l VNX File System

l VNX File Pool

l VNX dVol

l VNX LUN

l VNX Tier

l VNX FAST Cache

l VNX Storage Pool

l VNX Disk

l VNX Storage Processor

l VNX Storage Processor Front End Port

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l VNX RAID Group

l Unity File System

l Unity LUN

l Unity Tier

l Unity Storage Pool

l Unity Disk

l Unity Storage Processor

l Unity VVol (In Use) on page 171

Alerts Alert definitions apply to all resources.

Table 103 Alerts

Metric Description

Criticality level The criticality level of the alertWarning, Immediate, or Critical

Object name Name of the impacted object

Object kind Resource kind of the impacted object

Alert impact Impacted badge (Risk, Health, or Efficiency) of the alert

Start time Start time of the alert

VNX Data Mover

Table 104 VNX Data Mover

Metric group Metric Description

CPU Busy (%) VNX Data Mover CPU busy trend

Network NFS Reads (MB/s) VNX Data Mover NFS bandwidth trend

NFS Writes (MB/s)

NFS Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

In Bandwidth (MB/s) VNX Data Mover network bandwidth trend

Out Bandwidth (MB/s)

Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

NFS Reads (IO/s) VNX Data Mover NFS IOPS trend

NFS Writes (IO/s)

NFS Total Operations (IO/s)

CPU % Busy - Average VNX Data Mover (in use)

% Busy - Max

Network Total Network Bandwidth - Average (MB/s)

Total Network Bandwidth - Max (MB/s)

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Table 104 VNX Data Mover (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

Configuration Data Mover Type

VNX File System

Table 105 VNX File System

Metric group Metric Description

Performance Total Operations (IO/s) VNX file system IOPS trend

Reads (IO/s)

Writes (IO/s)

Total Bandwidth (MB/s) VNX file system bandwidth trend

Reads (MB/s)

Writes (MB/s)

Capacity Consumed Capacity (GB) VNX file system capacity trend

Total Capacity (GB)

Capacity Total Capacity (GB) VNX file system List

Allocated Capacity (GB)

Consumed Capacity (GB)

Available Capacity (GB)

Performance Avg. Total Operations (IO/s)

Max Total Operations (IO/s)

Avg. Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Max Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

VNX File Pool

Table 106 VNX File Pool

Metric group Metric Description

Capacity Consumed Capacity (GB) VNX file pool capacity trend

Total Capacity (GB)

Capacity Available Capacity (GB) VNX file pool (in use) list

Consumed Capacity (GB)

Total Capacity (GB)

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Table 106 VNX File Pool (continued)

VNX dVol

Table 107 VNX dVol

Metric group Metric Description

Performance Utilization (%) VNX dVol utilization trend

Performance Total Operations (IO/s) VNX dVol IOPS trend

Reads (IO/s)

Writes (IO/s)

Performance Total Bandwidth (MB/s) VNX dVol bandwidth trend

Reads (MB/s)

Writes (MB/s)

Capacity Capacity (GB) VNX dVol (in use) list

Performance Avg. Average Service Time (uSec/call)

Max Average Service Time (uSec/call)

Avg. Utilization (%)

Max Utilization (%)

Avg. Total Operations (IO/s)

Max Total Operations (IO/s)

Avg. Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Max Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

VNX LUN

Table 108 VNX LUN

Metric group Metric Description

Performance Total Operations (IO/s) VNX LUN IOPS trend

Reads (IO/s)

Writes (IO/s)

Performance Total Bandwidth (MB/s) VNX LUN bandwidth trend

Reads (MB/s)

Writes (MB/s)

Performance Total Latency (ms) VNX LUN total latency trend

Performance Avg. Total Operations (IO/s) VNX LUN list

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Table 108 VNX LUN (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

Max Total Operations (IO/s)

Avg. Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Max Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Avg. Total Latency (ms)

Max Total Latency (ms)

Capacity Total Capacity (GB)

VNX Tier

Table 109 VNX Tier

Metric group Metric Description

Capacity Consumed Capacity (GB) VNX Tier capacity trend

Total Capacity (GB)

VNX FAST Cache

Table 110 VNX FAST Cache

Metric group Metric Description

Performance Read Cache Hit Ratio (%) VNX FAST Cache hit ratio trend

Write Cache Hit Ratio (%)

VNX Storage Pool

Table 111 VNX Storage Pool

Metric group Metric Description

Capacity Consumed Capacity (GB) VNX storage pool capacity trend

Total Capacity (GB)

Capacity Available Capacity (GB) VNX storage pool (in use) List

Consumed Capacity (GB)

Full (%)

Subscribed (%)

Configuration LUN Count

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VNX Disk

Table 112 VNX Disk

Metric group Metric Description

Performance Total Operations (IO/s) VNX disk IOPS trend

Reads (IO/s)

Writes (IO/s)

Performance Total Bandwidth (MB/s) VNX disk bandwidth (MB/s) trend

Reads (MB/s)

Writes (MB/s)

Performance Total Latency (ms) VNX disk Total Latency (ms) trend

Performance Busy (%) VNX disk busy (%) trend

Capacity Capacity (GB) VNX disk (in use) List

Performance Avg. Total Operations (IO/s)

Max Total Operations (IO/s)

Avg. Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Max Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Avg. Total Latency (ms)

Max Total Latency (ms)

Avg. Busy (%)

Max Busy (%)

Configuration Type

VNX Storage Processor

Table 113 VNX Storage Processor

Metric group Metric Description

CPU CPU Busy (%) VNX storage processor CPU busy trend

Disk Disk Total Operations (IO/s) VNX storage processor disk IOPS trend

Disk Reads (IO/s)

Disk Writes (IO/s)

Disk Disk Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

VNX storage processor disk bandwidth trend

Disk Reads (MB/s)

Disk Writes (MB/s)

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VNX Storage Processor Front End Port

Table 114 VNX Storage Processor Front End Port

Metric group Metric Description

Performance Total Operations (IO/s) VNX SP front end port IOPS trend

Reads (IO/s)

Writes (IO/s)

Performance Total Bandwidth (MB/s) VNX SP front end port bandwidth trend

Reads (MB/s)

Writes (MB/s)

Performance Avg. Total Operations (IO/s) VNX SP front end port List

Max Total Operations (IO/s)

Avg. Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Max Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

VNX RAID Group

Table 115 VNX RAID Group

Metric group Metric Description

Capacity Available Capacity (GB) VNX RAID group (in use) list

Total Capacity (GB)

Full (%)

Configuration Disk Count

LUN Count

Max Disks

Max LUNs

Unity File System

Table 116 Unity File System

Metric group Metric Description

Capacity Consumed Capacity (GB) Unity file system capacity trend

Total Capacity (GB)

Capacity Total Capacity (GB) Unity file system List

Allocated Capacity (GB)

Consumed Capacity (GB)

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Table 116 Unity File System (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

Available Capacity (GB)

Unity LUN

Table 117 Unity LUN

Metric group Metric Description

Performance Reads (IO/s) Unity LUN IOPS trend

Writes (IO/s)

Performance Reads (MB/s) Unity LUN bandwidth trend

Writes (MB/s)

Capacity Total Capacity (GB) Unity LUN List

Performance Avg. Reads (IO/s)

Max Reads (IO/s)

Avg. Writes (IO/s)

Max Writes (IO/s)

Avg. Reads (MB/s)

Max Reads (MB/s)

Avg. Writes (MB/s)

Max Writes (MB/s)

Unity Tier

Table 118 Unity Tier

Metric group Metric Description

Capacity Consumed Capacity (GB) Unity tier capacity trend

Total Capacity (GB)

Unity Storage Pool

Table 119 Unity Storage Pool

Metric group Metric Description

Capacity Consumed Capacity (GB) Unity storage pool capacity trend

Total Capacity (GB)

Capacity Consumed Capacity (GB) Unity storage pool (in use) List

Total Capacity (GB)

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Table 119 Unity Storage Pool (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

Full (%)

Subscribed (%)

Unity Disk

Table 120 Unity Disk

Metric group Metric Description

Performance Reads (IO/s) Unity disk IOPS trend

Writes (IO/s)

Performance Reads (MB/s) Unity disk bandwidth

Writes (MB/s)

Performance Busy (%) Unity disk busy trend

Capacity Size (GB) Unity disk (in use) list

Performance Avg. Reads (IO/s)

Max Reads (IO/s)

Avg. Writes (IO/s)

Max Writes (IO/s)

Avg. Reads (MB/s)

Max Reads (MB/s)

Avg. Writes (MB/s)

Max Writes (MB/s)

Avg. Busy (%)

Max Busy (%)

Configuration Type

Unity Storage Processor

Table 121 Unity Storage Processor

Metric group Metric Description

Performance Busy (%) Unity storage processor busy trend

Performance Reads (IO/s) Unity storage processor IOPS trend

Writes (IO/s)

Performance Reads (MB/s) Unity storage processor bandwidth trend

Writes (MB/s)

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Table 121 Unity Storage Processor (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

Network NFS Reads (IO/s) Unity storage processor NFS IOPS trend

NFS Writes (IO/s)

Network NFS Reads (MB/s) Unity storage processor NFS bandwidth trend

NFS Writes (MB/s)

Unity VVol (In Use)

Table 122 Unity VVol (In Use)

Metric group Metric Description

Unity VVol Bandwidth Trend

Reads (MB/s)

Writes (MB/s)

Total (MB/s)

Reads (MB/s) (5 days forecast)

Writes (MB/s) (5 days forecast)

Total (MB/s) (5 days forecast)

Unity VVol Capacity Trend

Consumed Capacity (GB)

Consumed Capacity (GB) (5 days forecast)

Total Capacity

Total Capacity (5 days forecast)

Unity VVol IO Trend Reads (IO/s)

Writes (IO/s)

Total (IO/s)

Reads (IO/s) (5 days forecast)

Writes (IO/s) (5 days forecast)

Total (IO/s) (5 days forecast)

Unity VVol (In Use) List Available Capacity (GB)

Reads (IO/s)

Writes (IO/s)

Total (IO/s)

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Table 122 Unity VVol (In Use) (continued)

Metric group Metric Description

Reads (MB/s)

Writes (MB/s)

Total (MB/s)

Latency (ms)

XtremIO views and reports The XtremIO report includes all views and can be exported in CSV and PDF formats.

You can create views and reports for the following XtremIO components:

Table 123 XtremIO views and reports

Component Metric group Metric

XtremIO cluster capacity consumption

n/a Available Capacity (TB, physical)

Consumed Capacity (TB, physical)

Total Capacity (TB, physical)

Available Capacity (TB, volume)

Consumed Capacity (TB, volume)

Total Capacity (TB, volume)

XtremIO health state n/a Cluster health state

Storage Controller Health State

XtremIO LUN Volume|Performance:Read Operations|Read Bandwidth

Read Bandwidth (MB/s)

Volume|Performance:Read Operations|Read Latency Read Latency (ms)

Volume|Performance:Read Operations|Reads Reads (IO/s)

Volume|Performance:Write Operations|Write Bandwidth

Write Bandwidth (MB/s)

Volume|Performance:Write Operations|Write Latency Write Latency (ms)

Volume|Performance:Write Operations|Write Write (IO/s)

Volume|Performance |Total Bandwidth Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Volume|Performance |Total Latency Total Latency (ms)

Volume|Performance|Total Operations Total operations (IO/s)

Volume|Capacity| Consumed Capacity in VMware Consumed Capacity in VMware (GB)

Volume|Capacity| Consumed Capacity in XtremIO Consumed Capacity in XtremIO (GB)

Volume|Capacity|Total Capacity Total Capacity (GB)

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Table 123 XtremIO views and reports (continued)

Component Metric group Metric

Summary (Min, Max, Average)

XtremIO performance Cluster|Performance:Read Operations|Read Bandwidth

Read Bandwidth (MB/s)

Cluster|Performance:Read Operations|Read Latency Read Latency (ms)

Cluster|Performance:Read Operations|Reads Reads (IO/s)

Cluster|Performance:Write Operations|Write Bandwidth

Write Bandwidth (MB/s)

Cluster|Performance:Write Operations|Write Latency Write Latency (ms)

Cluster|Performance:Write Operations|Write Write (IO/s)

Cluster|Performance |Total Bandwidth Total Bandwidth (MB/s)

Cluster|Performance |Total Latency Total Latency (ms)

Cluster|Performance|Total Operations Total Operations (IO/s)

Storage Controller | Performance | CPU 1 Utilization CPU 1 Utilization (%)

Storage Controller | Performance | CPU 2 Utilization CPU 2 Utilization (%)

Summary (Max, Min, Average )

XtremIO storage efficiency

Cluster|Capacity|Deduplication Ratio Deduplication Ratio

Cluster|Capacity|Compression Ratio Compression Ratio

Cluster|Capacity|Thin Provision Savings Thin provision Savings (%)

SSD|Endurance|Endurance Remaining SSD endurance Remaining (%)

SSD|Capacity|Disk Utilization Disk Utilization (%)

Average Summary

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APPENDIX E

Topology Diagrams

This appendix includes the following topics:

l Topology mapping.............................................................................................176 l Avamar topology...............................................................................................176 l Isilon topology................................................................................................... 177 l RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines topology.....................................................178 l ScaleIO topology...............................................................................................179 l Unity topology.................................................................................................. 180 l UnityVSA topology............................................................................................ 181 l VMAX3 and VMAX All Flash topology............................................................... 182 l VMAX VVol topology........................................................................................ 183 l VNX Block topology..........................................................................................184 l VNX File/eNAS topology.................................................................................. 185 l VNXe topology................................................................................................. 186 l VPLEX Local topology...................................................................................... 187 l VPLEX Metro topology..................................................................................... 188 l XtremIO topology............................................................................................. 189

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Topology mapping You can view graphic representations of topology mapping using vRealize Operations Manager health trees. The ESA dashboards use topology mapping to display resources and metrics.

ESA establishes mappings between:

l Storage system components

l Storage system objects and vCenter objects

Topology mapping enables health scores and alerts from storage system components, such as storage processors and disks, to appear on affected vCenter objects, such as LUNs, datastores, and virtual machines. Topology mapping between storage system objects and vCenter objects uses a vCenter adapter instance.

Avamar topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the Avamar topology.

Figure 18 Avamar components

VMware VM

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

Client

Domain

Avamar DPN

Policy/Group

DDR

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Isilon topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the Isilon topology.

Figure 19 Isilon components

Adapter instance

Tier Node pool

Cluster

Access zone

NFS export

VMware datastore

SMB share

Node

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

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RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines topology.

Figure 20 RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines components

RecoverPoint

System Repository

Volume

Cluster

vRPA

Virtual

Machine

Splitter

Cluster

Compute

Resource Virtual

Machine

Journal

Volume

Consistency

Group

Replication

Set

User

Volume

Link

Copy

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ScaleIO topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the ScaleIO topology.

Figure 21 ScaleIO components

MDM

Cluster MDM

System

Protection

Domain

SDC

Device SDS

Fault Set

Storage

Pool

Volume

VMware

Datastore

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

Snapshot

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Unity topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the Unity topology.

Figure 22 Unity components

VMware NFS Datastore

NFS Export

File System

NAS Server

Storage Processor

LUN

Storage Pool

EMC adapter instance

Consistency Group

VMware VMFS

Datastore

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

Disk

Fast Cache

Tier

Storage Container

VVol DatastoreVMware VM

VVol

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UnityVSA topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the UnityVSA topology.

Figure 23 UnityVSA components

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VMAX3 and VMAX All Flash topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the VMAX topology.

Figure 24 VMAX3 and VMAX All Flash components

VMAX3 Array

Storage Resource

Pool

Device

Front-End Director

Front-End Port

Storage GroupService Level Objectives

Relationship to VMware Object or eNAS Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

VMware Datastore

SRDF Director

Remote Replica Group

SRDF Port

Virtual Machine

eNAS Disk

Volume

VMAX3 and VMAX All Flash topology rules The rules in this section govern how objects are displayed in the VMAX topology dashboard and which metrics are collected for them.

l vRealize Operations Manager does not display devices that are unmapped and unbound.

l vRealize Operations Manager does not display devices that are mapped and bound but unused by VMware, VNX, eNAS, or VPLEX.

l If the corresponding EMC vSphere adapter instance is running on the same vRealize Operations Manager appliance, then the vRealize Operations Manager displays devices that are mapped, bound, and used by VMware datastores or RDMs.

l A VMAX device is displayed when the corresponding VPLEX adapter instance is added.

l vRealize Operations Manager does not display Storage Groups with unmapped and unbound devices.

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l vRealize Operations Manager displays Storage Groups that contain mapped and bound devices.

VMAX VVol topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the VMAX VVols topology.

Note

Because of the limitations of both vRealize Operations and the VMAX VVol architecture, it is not possible to show the relationship between virtual machines, VVols, and the VMAX VVol Storage Resource.

Figure 25 VMAX VVol components

VMAX3/VMAX All Flash Array

Storage Resource

Pool

Device

Front-End Director

Front-End Port

Storage GroupService Level Objectives

Relationship to VMware Object or eNAS Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

VMware Datastore

SRDF Director

Remote Replica Group

SRDF Port

Virtual Machine

eNAS Disk

Volume

VMAX VVol Protocol Endpoint

VMAX VVol

Storage Resource

VMAX VVol

Storage Container

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VNX Block topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the VNX Block topology.

Figure 26 VNX Block components

Virtual Machine

Datastore

Array Instance

Fast Cache

RAID Group

Storage Pool

LUN

SP A or B

SP Front End Port

Disk Tier

Physical Host

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

HyperV VM

Non-ESX Host System Server

Non-ESX VM

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VNX File/eNAS topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the VNX File and eNAS topologies.

Figure 27 VNX File/eNAS topology

Array Instance

NFS Export

VDM

File System

Data MoverData Mover (standby)

File Pool

Disk Volume

Datastore

VNX Block LUNs, VMAX3 Devices

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

Topology Diagrams

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VNXe topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the VNXe topology.

Figure 28 VNXe components

VMware NFS

Datastore

NFS Export

File System

NAS Server Storage

Processor

LUN

Storage

Pool

Disk

Fast Cache

Tier

EMC adapter

instance

LUN Group

VMware

VMFS

Datastore

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

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VPLEX Local topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the VPLEX Local topology.

Figure 29 VPLEX Local components

VMware Datastore

Cluster Engine

DirectorFC Port

Ethernet Port

Storage View

Device

Extent

VNX, VNXe, or VMAX Adapter Instance

Virtual Volume

Storage Array

Virtual Machine

Storage Volume

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

XtremIO Cluster

Topology Diagrams

VPLEX Local topology 187

VPLEX Metro topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the VPLEX Metro topology.

Figure 30 VPLEX Metro components

VPLEX Metro

Local Storage View

Local Storage Volume

Local Extent

Local FC Port

Distributed Volume

Local Device Distributed

Device

Local Storage View

Local Storage Volume

Local Extent

Local FC Port

Local Device

VMware Datastore

Storage View

Storage Volume

Extent

Cluster-1Engine

Director

Storage Array

Virtual Machine

FC Port

Ethernet Port

Virtual Volume

Device VMware Datastore

Storage View

Storage Volume

Extent

Cluster-2 Engine

Director

Storage Array

Virtual Machine

FC Port

Ethernet Port

Virtual Volume

Device

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects VNX, VNXe, or VMAX Adapter Instance

VNX, VNXe, or VMAX Adapter Instance

XtremIO Cluster

XtremIO Cluster

Topology Diagrams

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XtremIO topology The drawing in this section shows the components of the XtremIO topology.

Figure 31 XtremIO components

VMware

Datastore

Adapter

Instance

X-Brick

Storage

Controller

Data

Protection

Group

SSD

Virtual

Machine

Volume

Cluster

Snapshot

Relationship to VMware Object

Arrowhead points to parent

Key: Relationships to EMC Objects

Entity can be cascaded

Topology Diagrams

XtremIO topology

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