Type
  • Configuration Template
Description
  • This article explains how to use the pre-built configuration for Huawei OceanStor 9000 storage devices with Monitoring Studio v9.2 and higher.
Additional Keywords
  • Configuration Template, Huawei, Huawei OceanStor 9000

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Monitoring Huawei OceanStor 9000 Storage Devices with Monitoring Studio

KB1196 - Apr 27, 2017

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Introduction

This article explains how to import the pre-built configuration into Monitoring Studio to monitor the capacity and performance of the Huawei OceanStor 9000 storage devices through SNMP. The Sentry Storage Analyzer for TrueSight OM license is required to use Monitoring Studio.

The pre-built configuration does not cover all the monitoring aspects of Huawei OceanStor 9000 storage devices. It is provided as an example and can be used as a working base for advanced monitoring. No support will be provided for this prebuilt configuration. Should you need further assistance to customize it, please contact our Professional Services team.

The pre-built configuration collects the following metrics:

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Cifs Share

  • Cifs Shares with full Share path

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Client     

  • Health Status
  • Running Status        

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Cluster

  • Health Status
  • Remaining Capacity in GB
  • Running Status
  • System Capacity in GB
  • System Used Capacity in GB

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CPU

  • Health Status
  • Temperature
  • Temperature Status

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Disk

  • Bandwidth
  • Health Status
  • Running Status
  • Sector Size
  • Sectors
  • Temperature
  • Use Time in sec

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Ethernet Interface

  • Health Status
  • Running Status
  • Speed

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IP Pool

  • Is IP Pool Used

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Memory

  • Capacity in GB

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NfsShare

  • NfsShares with full Share path

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Node

  • Health Status
  • Running Status

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Node Fs Service

  • Capacity
  • Remaining Capacity
  • Used Capacity
  • Health Status
  • Running Status

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Node Pool

  • Spill Over
  • Total HDD Capacity
  • Total SSD Capacity
  • Used HDD Capacity
  • Used SSD Capacity

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Node Share Service

  • Health Status
  • Running Status

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Quota

  • Available Capacity
  • Used Capacity

To learn more about the thresholds set on Health and Running Status parameters, please refer the Appendix below.

Importing the Pre-Built Configuration

Pre-requisites

Before using the pre-built configuration, make sure that:

  • You have access to the SNMP agent embedded on the Huawei OceanStor 9000 storage device through SNMP v1, v2c, or v3
  • PATROL Agent 9.6 or later is installed and properly configured
  • The latest patches published for your version of Monitoring Studio are installed and loaded on the PATROL agent.
Important: If you are planning to use SNMP v3 with SHA, please use the version 9.2 or higher of Monitoring Studio.

Procedure

  1. Download the configuration file compatible with your version of Monitoring Studio, unzip the cfg file and copy it on the server where the PATROL Agent and the Monitoring Studio KM is installed
  2. Right-click on the main Monitoring Studio icon > KM Commands > Configuration > Import Configuration
    Importing the Huawei OceanStor 9000 pre-built configuration

    Importing the Huawei OceanStor 9000 pre-built configuration

  3. Navigate to the folder where the downloaded cfg file is copied and choose the Huawei OceanStor 9000 configuration file.
    Selecting the Huawei pre-built configuration to import

    Selecting the Huawei pre-built configuration to import

  4. Specify the hostname or IP address of the Huawei OceanStor 9000 storage device to be monitored and click Next.
    Specifying the hostname or IP address of the Huawei OceanStor 9000 storage device to be monitored

    Specifying the hostname or IP address of the Huawei OceanStor 9000 storage device to be monitored

  5. Select SNMP v2c and click Next.
    Selecting SNMP v2

    Selecting SNMP v2

  6. Provide the SNMP Community string and click Next.
    Configuring SNMP settings

    Configuring SNMP settings

  7. Check the Import Summary and click Next.
    Checking the import summary

    Checking the import summary

  8. Click Finish to complete the import and perform the discovery.
    Completing the import and launching the discovery

    Completing the import and launching the discovery

Learn More

To learn more about the monitor types used in this configuration template, please refer to the Specifying the Monitors Used section of the user documentation.

Please refer to Professional Services page to learn more about the consulting services available.

Appendix

Thresholds for Health and Running Status

The thresholds are not set by default on the numeric value extraction for the parameters Health and Running Status. They can be set based on the following return values.

Health status

Definition HEALTH_STATUS_E Meaning
UNKNOWN 0 Unknown
NORMAL 1 Normal
FAULT 2 Fault
PRE_FAIL 3 Pre-Fail
PART_BROKEN 4 Part Broken
DEGRADE 5 degrade
HAS_BAD_BLOCK 6 Has bad black
HAS_ERR_CODE 7 Has error code
CONSISTENT 8 Consistent
INCONSISTENT 9 Inconsistent
BUSY 10 Busy
POWER_NO_INPUT 11 No input
This parameter corresponds to the health status of power supplies.
POWER_NOT_ENOUGH 12 Electrical Voltage not enough
SINGLE_LINK_FAULT 13 Single link fault
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Running status

Definition RUNNING_STATUS_E Meaning
UNKNOWN 0 Unknown
NORMAL 1 Normal
RUNNING 2 Running
NOT_RUNNING 3 Not Running
NOT_EXIST 4 Not existed
HIGH_TEMPERATURE_SLEEP 5 Sleep in high temperature
STARTING 6 Starting
POWER_FAILURE_PROTECTING 7 Power failure protection
SLEEPING 8 Sleep
SPINGUP 9 Started
LINK_UP 10 Connected
LINK_DOWN 11 Disconnected
POWER_ON 12 Powering on
POWER_OFF 13 Powered off
PRE_COPY 14 Pre-copy
COPYBACK 15 Copyback
RECONSTRUCTION 16 Reconstruction
EXPANSION 17 Expansion
NOT_FORMAT 18 Not formatted
FORMATTING 19 Formatting
UNMAPPING 20 Unmapped
INITIAL_SYNCHRONIZING 21 Initial synchronizing
CONSISTENT 22 Consistent
SYNCHRONIZING 23 Synchronizing
SYNCHRONIZED 24 Synchronized
NOT_SYNCHRONIZED 25 Not synchronized
SPLIT 26 Split
ONLINE 27 Online
OFFLINE 28 Offline
LOCKED 29 Locked
ENABLE 30 Enabled
DISABLED 31 Disabled
LEVELING 32 leveling
TO_BE_RECOVERD 33 To be recovered
INTERRUPTED 34 Interrupted
INVALID 35 Invalid
NOSTART 36 Create
QUEUING 37 Queuing
STOP 38 Stopped
COPYING 39 Copying
COMPLETED 40 Copy completed
PAUSE 41 Paused
REVSYNCHRONIZING 42 Reversely synchronizing
ACTIVATED 43 Activated
ROLLBACK 44 Rolling back
INACTIVATED 45 Inactive
IDLE 46 Idle
POWERING_OFF 47 Powering off
CHARGING 48 Charging
CHARGED 49 Charge completed
DISCHARGING 50 Discharging
UPGRADING 51 Upgrading
RUNSTAT_CLOSING 52 Closing
RUNSTAT_ONLINE_DISABLED 55 OnlineDisable
RUNSTAT_OFFLINE_DISABLED 56 OfflineDisable
RUNSTAT_ONLINE_FROZEN 57 Online Frozen
RUNSTAT_OFFLINE_FROZEN 58 Offline Frozen
RUNSTAT_CLOSED 59 Closed
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