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QoreStor 7.1.0 - User Guide

Introducing QoreStor Accessing QoreStor Configuring QoreStor settings
Licensing QoreStor Configuring an SSL Certificate for your QoreStor System Configuring Active Directory settings Understanding system operation scheduling Configuring Secure Connect Enabling MultiConnect Configuring and using Rapid NFS and Rapid CIFS Configuring and using VTL Configuring and Using Encryption at Rest Configuring email notification settings Configuring and using the Recycle Bin Configuring Cloud Reader Configuring RDA immutability
Managing containers Managing local storage Managing cloud storage Managing replications Managing Users Monitoring the QoreStor system Managing QoreStor Remotely Support, maintenance, and troubleshooting

Viewing QoreStor statistics by using the CLI

An alternate method for viewing the current QoreStor statistics is by using the QoreStor CLI command: stats --system. This command shows the following categories of system statistics:

  • Capacity Used - Total capacity used by QoreStor in all of the mount points and enclosures configured for QoreStor.
  • Capacity Used in GB - Total capacity in GB used by QoreStor in all of the mount points and enclosures configured for QoreStor.
  • Capacity Free - Total free capacity in all of the mount points configured for QoreStor. If using QoreStor with Object Direct Storage, it shows Licensed Capacity - Capacity Used.
  • Capacity Free in GB - Total free capacity in GB in all of the mount points configured for QoreStor. If using QoreStor with Object Direct Storage, it shows Licensed Capacity - Capacity Used.
  • Cloud Capacity Used - Total capacity of cloud-replicated data (post-dedupe) by this QoreStor instance.
  • Cloud Capacity Used in GB - Total capacity in GB of cloud-replicated data (post-dedupe) by this QoreStor instance.
  • Object Direct Capacity Used - Total capacity used by object storage by this QoreStor instance with Object Direct Storage.
  • Object Direct Capacity Used in GB - Total capacity in GB used by object storage by this QoreStor instance with Object Direct Storage.
  • Archive Capacity Used - Total capacity used in Azure Glacier or Deep Glacier by this QoreStor instance.
  • Archive Capacity Used in GB - Total capacity in GB used in Azure Glacier or Deep Glacier by this QoreStor instance.
  • Metadata Used - Total capacity used by metadata partition, which is not included in licensed capacity.
  • Metadata Used in GB - Total capacity in GB used by metadata partition, which is not included in licensed capacity.
  • Reserve Space - Free capacity below which QoreStor goes into read-only mode.
  • Reserve Space in GB - Free capacity below which QoreStor goes into read-only mode.
  • Total Capacity - Physical capacity of all of the mount points configured for QoreStor. For QoreStor with Object Direct Storage, it is Licensed capacity.
  • Total Capacity in GB - Physical capacity in GB of all of the mount points configured for QoreStor. For QoreStor with Object Direct Storage, it is Licensed capacity.
  • Licensed Capacity - Total licensed capacity.
  • Licensed Capacity in GB - Total licensed capacity in GB.
  • Read Throughput - Throughput at which data is being read out of QoreStor during restore or replication.
  • Write Throughput - Logical throughput at which data is being ingested, which is computed using total data written to QoreStor including duplicate data in a particular period of time.
  • Current Files - Current number of files present on the system, which does not include files in the Cleaner laundry.
  • Current Files Stubbed - Current number of files for which a cloud on-premises retention policy was applied and local storage was released. File data resides in cloud storage only.
  • Modified Files Uploaded to Cloud - Current number of files (count only) that were updated after uploading to a cloud tier and are re-uploaded again to the cloud tier along with updates.
  • Modified Files Uploaded to Archive - Current number of files (count only) that were updated after uploading to an archive tier and are re-uploaded again to the archive tier along with updates.
  • Current Bytes - Current size of data protected on the system.
  • Current Stubbed Bytes - Current logical bytes which are released after applying cloud on-premises retention policy.
  • Current Local Bytes - Current logical bytes on on-premises disks.
  • Post Dedupe Bytes - Current bytes in the system post deduplication.
  • Post Compression Bytes - Current bytes in the system after compression (which is done after deduplication).
  • Post Encryption Bytes - Current bytes after encryption. Encryption (if enabled) is done after compression.
  • Post Encryption Bytes in GiB - Current bytes in GiB after encryption. Encryption (if enabled) is done after compression.
  • Cleaner Status - Status of the space reclamation process.
  • Compression Status - Status of the compression process.
  • Total Inodes - current number of file and directory inodes.
  • Bytes decrypted - Total number of bytes decrypted during data restore.
  • Dedupe Savings - Current dedupe savings across the system (including cloud and archive tier) if configured any.
  • Compression Savings - Current compression savings across system (including cloud and archive tier), if configured.
  • Total Savings - Current dedupe and compression savings across system (including cloud and archive tier), if configured.
  • Local Dedupe Savings - Current dedupe savings of system for any data residing locally on disk.
  • Local Compression Savings - Current compression savings of system for any data residing locally on disk.
  • Local Total Savings - Current dedupe and compression savings of system for any data residing locally on disk.
  • Current Recycle Bin Files - Current number of files in Recycle Bin (for all the containers on which Recycle Bin was enabled).
  • Current Recycle Bin Logical Bytes - Current number of logical bytes in Recycle Bin (for all the containers on which Recycle Bin was enabled).
  • Total Immutable Files - Current number of files for which immutability is set across all the RDA containers.

For more information on QoreStor CLI commands, see the QoreStor Command Line Reference Guide.

Monitoring system alerts

You can easily view current system alerts and events in the QoreStor GUI.

  • To view system alerts, click the Alerts icon in the header pane.

    The Alerts drawer displays the active alerts.

    NOTE: For a detailed list of possibly occurring alerts, see the topic, “QoreStor system alert and event messages,” in the “Support, maintenance, and troubleshooting” chapter of this guide.

Monitoring clients

You can easily view the current clients that are connected to the QoreStor system. Client information can be viewed through the System Configuration page in the QoreStor GUI, or using the QoreStor CLI. .

Monitoring clients through the QoreStor GUI

  1. To view client information for QoreStor, on the navigation menu, click System Configuration.

    The total number of currently active clients for a particular type is displayed at the bottom of the page.

  2. Client information is grouped by client type (RDA/OST, NFS/CIFS, NDMP, or iSCSI). To view client information, click the appropriate pane to view information for that client type.

Monitoring clients through the QoreStor CLI

You can monitor client status through the CLI by using either the rda or ost commands.

To monitor clients, complete the following steps:

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  2. View client information with the appropriate client command
    stats –clients[--type <NFS|CIFS|OST|RDS|NDMP|ISCSI>]

    Refer to the QoreStor Command Line Reference Guide for more information.

 

Monitoring system events

You can easily view and filter current system events in the QoreStor GUI. To monitor QoreStor events, follow these steps:

  1. In the navigation menu, click Events.

    The Events page displays a summary table of events listed by index number, severity (Informational, Warning, or Critical), timestamp of the event, and brief message describing the event.

  2. To filter the list of events, do any of the following:
    • In the Date Range field, click to select a range of dates.
    • In the Message field, enter a word or string of words for which to search in Event messages. (The system is not case-sensitive)
    • In the Filter Events field, select the severity level for which to search as Info, Warning, or Critical.
    • Click Filter. Search results appear in the Events summary table.

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