Viewing SVM IOPS traffic by protocol
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You can view detailed IOPS information for an SVM by using the Performance/SVM Explorer page. The IOPS - Total counter chart shows total IOPS usage on the SVM, and the IOPS - Breakdown counter chart is useful for determining the impact of read, write, and other IOPS on the SVM.
Additionally, the IOPS - Protocols chart shows a detailed comparison of the IOPS traffic for each protocol that is being used on the SVM. The following protocols are available:
In the Performance/SVM Explorer page for your selected SVM, from the IOPS chart, select Protocols from the drop-down menu.
The IOPS - Protocols chart is displayed.
To view a larger version of the chart, select Zoom View.
The IOPS advanced protocol comparative chart is displayed. You can restrict the comparison by deselecting or selecting the that is associated with a protocol.
To view the specific values, move your cursor into the chart area of either chart to see the popup window.