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Netapp Cluster CPU, latency and IOPs using powershell

1VINAYKUMAR

Hi Guys,

 

Just want to know if we can monitor or fetch the Netapp Cluster CPU, Network Latency and IOPs output using Powershell. 

 

regards

VK

2 REPLIES 2

asulliva

Hello VK,

 

I responded to a similar post about CPU stats here, and also wrote a blog post about performance monitoring using PowerShell here.  You'll want to look at the processor, volume, and protocol objects (e.g. nfsv3,cifs,iscsi,fcp).  For network information look at the lif object.

 

Hope that helps,

 

Andrew

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JGPSHNTAP

We don't mind assisting when we can, but you really need to read the man pages and at least attempt at doing what you are asking..

 

get-nchelp *sysstat*

 

 

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