What and how to measure the utilization of DSS?

On habré there are article on utilization of storage, but there use tool of its own design. Is there some product that will allow the storage system to measure the same parameters?
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June 14th 19 at 18:53
If it is an industrial storage system, it is likely that you will have to use the tool, which is provided by the vendor. In addition, any storage system is a simple monitoring interface that shows in real time all these parameters. History data there is usually from 5 minutes to a maximum of 1 hour is stored (at least, those of DSS, with whom I have worked).

If you want this data to your monitor somewhere to pull from, with the ability to set triggers and events based on triggers, in the case of industrial storage waiting for you the pain and humiliation, as they are SNMP-this information is not given. Or will some vendor product monitoring to give (not all do), or using scrap and such a mother (to parse file with statistics like this, for example, had to do IBM Storwize v7000), or to remove the download directly with those consumers (servers) that are connected to the data storage system and use the drives. But in the latter case, as you know, is not the total picture, since each host gets their part of resources and generates different loads.
I have a IBM DS3400 - gay_Koepp12 commented on June 14th 19 at 18:56
all the same, what I said above -- the inclusion of statistics using the CLI, the periodic pumping of text files with articles, parsing the stats and zagonyanie in any monitoring system for analysis and display. Well, it is clear that monitoring data will lag the actual time of the refresh interval and shucking fresh statistics files.

From here you can start to dig: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/forum... - Angelica.Russel commented on June 14th 19 at 18:59
June 14th 19 at 18:55
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