How to Query Task Execution Status in FusionStorage

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On the FusionStorage web client, choose System > Tasks and Logs > Task Center.
The Task Center page is displayed.
Query the status of the tasks that are in progress or complete in the system.
The system supports multiple search criteria, including time range and keywords.

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How to Monitor FusionStorage Status
View system summary information. On FusionStorage, choose Home. You can view information about Resource Statistics, Disk Type Statistics, Storage Pools, and Alarms. View resource pool information. On FusionStorage, choose Resource Pool > Summary. You can view information about Control Cluster, Process status, and Resource Statistics of the resource pool. Select required resource under Resource in the navigation tree on the left. You can select any of the following resources: Storage Pool Block Storage Client Volume Management: Volumes and iSCSI volume mapping Snapshot Management Virtual File System: File Clients, NFS Server Ports, and Namespaces Detailed information about the resource is displayed in the right pane. View hardware information. On FusionStorage, choose Hardware. In the navigation tree for Hardware, select Hosts or Disks. You can view detailed information about the selected object in the right pane displayed.

How to query Initiators on a host in FusionStorage
On FusionStorage, choose Resource Pool > Volume Management > iSCSI Volume Mapping. The iSCSI Volume Mapping page is displayed. Choose Hosts in the right pane. Locate the row that contains the host where initiators are to be queried, click More in the Operation column, and select View Host-Mapped Initiator. The View Host-Mapped Initiator page is displayed, showing information about the queried initiators. No further action is required.

How to Query Performance Statistics in FusionStorage
On FusionStorage, choose Monitoring > Performance > Performance Statistics. The Performance Statistics page is displayed. Configure the following parameters: Monitoring Period Object Type: specifies the alarm object type, which can be Server, Disk, Storage Pool and Volumes. Performance Indicator: Server: CPU usage, Memory usage. Disk: IOPS, Read IOPS, Write IOPS, Bandwidth, Read bandwidth, Write bandwidth, Latency, Disk Usage. Storage Pool: IOPS, Read IOPS, Write IOPS, Bandwidth, Read bandwidth, Write bandwidth, Latency, Storage pool usage. Volumes: IOPS, Read IOPS, Write IOPS, Bandwidth, Read bandwidth, Write bandwidth, Latency, Average block size, Average queue depth. IOPS is the sum of Read IOPS and Write IOPS. Bandwidth is the sum of Read bandwidth and Write bandwidth. Object: specifies the object. A server is identified by its IP address. A disk is identified by the host IP address, slot number, and equipment serial number (ESN). A storage pool or a volume is identified by its name. Click Query. The query result is displayed.

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