Checks a volumes latency or operations/second.
$ check_netapp_pro.pl PerfVolume -H <host> -z avg_latency|total_ops|... -w <n> -c <n> [--help] [...]
This plugin checks various latency-, data- and ops-counters per volume.
A list of counters supported by this check is printed below at
Hint: Calling the getter with the switch
--discover=counters will explain each available counter in detail.
Unit of measurement: Since the SI-factor of the latency-counters unit varys between DataONTAP releases (milli- or micro-seconds), please make sure that you have discovered them correctly.
List all counters supported by this check.
Check the average latency (default-counter) on vol0. Warn if latency exceeds 10µs.
Check your perf-data. If you are having any troubles with the greek letter
µ, change it in the variable
Check the average latency (default-counter) of all volumes.
Same as above, but setting the counter explicitly.
Check the average latency (default-counter) of all volumes, but not if their name ends with 'bak'. Please look into the advanced examples in the Usage-module for even more possibilities of the
Check the read latency on vol0. Warn if latency is greater than 10 µs
Checks the SAN latency (Average time for the WAFL filesystem to process block protocol write requests to the volume).
Hint: The input for advanced examples is shortend. Replace the '...' below with ‑H <your filers ip or host-name>
Checks the averaged latency of all volumes.
Summarises and checks the total_ops of all volumes.