Displaying a custom date range

Server and Cluster Administration Guide for Hitachi NAS Platform

Version
15.1.x
Audience
anonymous
Part Number
MK-92HNAS010-35
Specifying a custom date range for the display of the performance graph allows you to examine system behavior under certain specific periods of time, which allows you to assess the impact of changes to the system or changes in the load on the system. To display a custom date range:
  1. From the Status and Monitoring page, display the performance graph containing the data of interest.
    • Click Performance Graphs to display the Performance Graphs page. You can then display a custom date range for all the inset graphs on the page, or click an inset graph to access one of the following full-size graphs on its own page:
      • Node ops
      • Ethernet throughput
      • System load
      • Disk latency
      • Storage throughput
      • Cache and heap usage
      • NVRAM waited allocs
      • Running Network Receive fibers
    • Click File System Ops/Sec to access the File System Ops/Sec page.
    • Click File System Capacity to access the File System Capacity page.
    • Click Storage Pool Capacity to access the Storage Pool Capacity page.
  2. After displaying the performance graph containing the data of interest, click Custom to display the custom date range controls.


  3. Click the From calendar icon to display the calendar control to select the start of the date range.


    The following table describes the calendar control:
    Item Description
    Left arrow Click the left arrow to change to the month preceding the month displayed in the control.
    Right arrow Click the right arrow to change to the month following the month displayed in the control.
    Day selector Click a day in the calendar control to select that day. Note that selecting a day returns you to the graph page.
    Time In the Time edit box, you can specify the time, using the 24-hour notation and in the format hh:mm:ss.
  4. Click the To calendar icon to display the calendar control, which you then use to select the end of the date range.
  5. Click OK to display the performance graph using data from the specified date range.