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How do I view IOPS on the comand line (CLI)?

 
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timzehta119
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How do I view IOPS on the comand line (CLI)?

How do I view IOPS on the command line (CLI)?

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tmoore106
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Re: How do I view IOPS on the comand line (CLI)?

Page 62 of the NOS User Guide

  1. To monitor volume performance using the CLI:

1. At the command prompt, type:
stats --perf <volume_name> [--latency] [--iosize] Example: stats --perf volume4

tmoore106
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Re: How do I view IOPS on the comand line (CLI)?

hmm on second thought I don't think that show io's per second....

pflammer23
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Re: How do I view IOPS on the comand line (CLI)?

There are a lot of options for the stats command.

I personally like this one:

     stats --array <arrayname> (--vol <volumename>) --diff --mb --csv --interval 2 --show_time

If you're not planing to export the output, then --csv isn't needed.