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Nearly ALL Volume Performance Counters deprecated .... where do I get this info now ?

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Looks like nearly all useful performance metrics via Performance volume counters have now been deprecated.

 

Here's a few that are reported by the API output that are deprecated. 

 

Throughput:

<counter-info>
<desc>Note: This counter is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Bytes read per second from the volume</desc>
<is-deprecated>true</is-deprecated>
<name>read_data</name>
<privilege-level>admin</privilege-level>
<properties>rate</properties>
<unit>b_per_sec</unit>
</counter-info>

 

Latency:

<counter-info>
<base-counter>read_ops</base-counter>
<desc>Note: This counter is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Average latency in microseconds for the WAFL filesystem to process read request to the volume; not including request processing or network communication time</desc>
<is-deprecated>true</is-deprecated>
<name>read_latency</name>
<privilege-level>admin</privilege-level>
<properties>average</properties>
<unit>microsec</unit>
</counter-info>

 

IOPS:
<counter-info>
<desc>Note: This counter is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Number of reads per second to the volume</desc>
<is-deprecated>true</is-deprecated>
<name>read_ops</name>
<privilege-level>admin</privilege-level>
<properties>rate</properties>
<unit>per_sec</unit>
</counter-info>

 

Where can this information be pulled from now via the API?

Re: Nearly ALL Volume Performance Counters deprecated .... where do I get this info now ?

Would be great to know what ONTAP version you are using