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IBM Spectrum Control: Single pane of glass to monitor your IBM Spectrum Scale clusters
In this video, you learn how to use IBM Spectrum Control to compare the performance of multiple IBM Spectrum Scale clusters and then analyze the clusters that have the heaviest I/O loads or the longest response times.
Learn how to use the following techniques to identify performance issues and bottlenecks in your storage:
Analyze the performance of all your clusters over a period to determine which clusters have the heaviest I/O loads or the longest response times.
View which of the nodes that mount a file system have the heaviest I/O loads and highest CPU utilization.
Compare the file systems on a cluster to determine which file systems have the heaviest I/O loads and the longest response times.
Monitor the performance of SAN attached volumes that are backing the NSDs in the cluster. If you have block storage devices, such asIBM Spectrum Accelerate™ or IBM FlashSystem™, that are providing storage for your clusters, you can monitor the block volumes backing the NSDs.