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EVAPERF command (with my P6300) not giving statistics data, please, help !!!

 
Yaboto
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EVAPERF command (with my P6300) not giving statistics data, please, help !!!

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

C:\Program Files (x86)\Hewlett-Packard\EVA Performance Monitor>evaperf all -cont 5 -dur 86400 -csv > myevalog.csv

C:\Program Files (x86)\Hewlett-Packard\EVA Performance Monitor>

 

 

Here is the output of the file:

 

The command does not take 5 arguments
Supplied args: –cont 5 –dur 86400 –csv

Usage:
server host port [username] [-usessl]
                        Configure P6000 Performance Data Collector RPC server for remote client.
ls                      List storage arrays
as                      Array status
cs                      Array controller status
pd                      Physical disks
pdg                     Physical disk groups
pda                     Physical disk activity map
vd                      Virtual disks
vdg                     Virtual disk groups
vdrl                    Virtual disk read latency histograms
vdrlg [lunwwn]          Virtual disk read latency histogram graph
vdwl                    Virtual disk write latency histograms
vdwlg [lunwwn]          Virtual disk write latency histogram graph
vdts                    Virtual disk transfer size histogram graph
vdtsg [lunwwn]          Virtual disk transfer size histogram graph
hc                      Host connections
ps                      Port status
hps                     Host port statistics
drt                     Data replication tunnels
drg                     Data replication groups
luns                    LUNS visible to this host
dginfo                  Disk Group Configuration
rc wwn                  Reset the counters for an array
fnh host username
                        Add a new CV/P6000 host to the list
fnh                     Show the list of known CV/P6000 hosts
fn  [short]             Reload friendly-names from known CV/P6000 hosts.
sfn                     Show the friendly name map
spw wwn password        Set the access password for an array as set in controller.
dpw wwn                 Delete the access password for an array
vpw                     Verify array passwords as set in controller.
all                     Runs: ls, as, cs, vd, vdg, hc, ps, hps, pd, pdg, drt, drg
nall                    Runs: ls, as, cs, vd, vdg, hc, ps, hps, pd, pdg, drt, drg
mof                     Runs: ls, as, cs, vd, vdg, hc, ps, hps, pd, pdg, drt, drg output logs into multiple files
cvconfig server port username
                        Configures P6000 CV login parameters to be used for state data collection
showcvconfig         Displays P6000 CV  login parameters used for state data collection
verifycvconfig        Verify if P6000 CV  is accessible for state data collection
hist wwn objecttype starttime endtime [objectid]
                           Displays historical performance and state data
help                    Show P6000 Performance Data Collector usage

Windows Performance Monitor filtering commands:
pfs                     Show the Perfmon filter configuration
pfd                     Delete the Perfmon filter configuration
pfa [array]*            Set the Perfmon array filter list
pfvd [vdisk]*           Set the Perfmon vdisk filter list
pfh                     Help for the Perfmon filter commands

Filtering and formatting options:
-sz array [array]*      Only collect data from the arrays specified in the list.
                        You must supply as least one array name.
                        The array name may be either its WWN or its friendly-name.
-fvd vdisk [vdisk]*     Only collect data from the virtual disks with the names specified in the list.
                        You must supply as least one virtual disk name.
                        The virtual disk name may be either its WWN or its friendly-name.
                        This affects the vd, vdrl, vdwl and vdts commands only.
-cont [N]               Continuous at N second intervals. Default is one second
-dur N                  Continuous mode duration in seconds
-csv                    Output in comma-separated variable format with timestamp
-tsv                    Output in tab-separated variable format with timestamp
-nh                     No table headings
-ts1                    Add time stamp to CSV/TSV like: Fri Jul 23 16:23:05 2004
-ts2                    Add time stamp to CSV/TSV like: 23/Jul/2004 16:23:05 (default)
-nots                   No timestamp in CSV/TSV output
-fd keyword [keyword]*  Output data lines that contain ALL keywords
                        Note that data is still collected and processed for all arrays.
                        This just filters the table ouput rows.
-cn                     Use name contractions in fnames.dict
-KB                     Show rates in KB/s (default is MB/s)
-us                     Show times in microseconds (default is milliseconds)
-nfn                    No friendly names (show node or LUN WWN)
-fo filename            Write output to filename as well as console
-od directory           Writes each command output into seperate files under specified directory
-tlc                    TLC-compliant data for mof command
-fnid                   Display the WWN's/GroupId/DRMGroupId/HostName along with their corresponding friendly names

Version: P6000 Performance Data Collector 10.0.0.081911A

Please note:
  MB/s values are based on 1MB = 1,000,000 bytes.
  KB/s values are based on 1KB = 1,024 bytes.

Where a command accepts an array or LUN WWN, you may enter a friendly name
instead of the WWN. Friendly names are case sensitive. WWNs may be entered with
or without hyphens.

1 REPLY 1
giladzzz
Honored Contributor

Re: EVAPERF command (with my P6300) not giving statistics data, please, help !!!

Hi

Try 

evaperf all -csv -cont 5 -dur 86400 > Myevalog.csv

or restart Commandview service

also check evaperf fnh

Regards