In CI, when data collector is NetApp array, I collect performance data by querying on "Internal Volumes" for NAS.
For SAN Volumes I use category - "Volume".
In case of Isilon I do get list of shares when I query Shares but when I query "Internal volumes" I don't get Volume names on which those shares reside, I just get one line entry (that is probably isilon namespace).
Any insights/suggestions, please let me know. I think in case of Isilon may be I have to capture Volume names using different query category?
CI doesn't collect share performance for any platform. A folder can be shared, but CI does not inventory individual folders - the share object will have a relationship to an Internal Volume, or possibly a Qtree, but there are no statistics on the folder itself