application show-statistics

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Display application statistics

Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

This command displays dynamic application statistics.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>,…​]

Specifies fields that you want included in the output. You can use -fields ? to display the available fields.

| [-instance ] }

Specifies the display of all available fields for each selected application.

[-vserver <vserver name>] - Vserver

Selects applications belonging to Vservers that match the parameter value.

[-application <text>] - Application

Selects applications with names that match the parameter value.

[-application-component <text>] - Application Component

Selects application components with names that match the parameter value.

[-application-uuid <UUID>] - Application UUID

Selects applications with the unique identifier that match the parameter value.

[-application-component-uuid <UUID>] - Application Component UUID

Selects application components with the unique identifier that match the parameter value.

[-storage-service <text>] - Storage Service

Selects application components with storage services that match the parameter value.

This is the storage service chosen for the application component.

[-space-provisioned {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Provisioned Space

Selects applications with space provisioned that matches the parameter value.

This is the maximum space that can be consumed. In some cases, the provisioned space can be capped by the space available in the aggregate.

[-space-used {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Used Space

Selects applications with space used that matches the parameter value.

This is the space that would be actively used by the application or application component.

[-space-used-excluding-reserves {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Used Space Excluding Reserves

Selects applications with space used excluding reserves that matches the parameter value.

This is the space actively used excluding any space used from reserves.

[-space-logical-used {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Logical Used Space

Selects applications with logical space used that matches the parameter value.

This is the space actively used if there were no space efficiency technologies being employed.

[-space-reserved-unused {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Unused Reserved Space

Selects applications with unused reserved space that matches the parameter value.

This is the space that has been reserved but not used yet. It is not available to the user.

[-space-available {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Available Space

Selects applications with available space that matches the parameter value.

This is the space available to the user for any new writes. It does not include space already reserved for use earlier.

[-space-savings {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Saved Space

Selects applications with space savings that match the parameter value.

This is the space saved by using space efficiency technologies.

[-iops-per-tb <integer>] - IOPs Per TB

Selects applications with the number of total operations per TB that match the parameter value.

This is the cumulative total of input and output operations divided by the space-logical-used .

[-iops <integer>] - Total IOPs

Selects applications with the number of total operations that match the parameter value.

This is the cumulative total of input and output operations for the application.

[-snapshot-reserve {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Snapshot Reserve

Selects applications with the Snapshot reserve that matches the parameter value.

This is the space reserved exclusively for Snapshot usage. If Snapshot copies use more space than reserved, they will start to use space-available .

[-snapshot-used {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Snapshot Space Used

Selects applications with the space used for Snapshot copies that match the parameter value.

This is the total space used by Snapshot copies.

Examples

cluster1::> application show-statistics
                      Application  Storage    Provisioned       Used
Vserver   Application Component    Service    Space            Space       IOPS
--------- ----------- ------------ ---------- ----------- ---------- ----------
vs1       app1
                      -            -             213.8GB     2.39GB        353
                      sg1          value*        166.2GB     1.81GB         75
                      sg2          performance   47.50GB     59.2MB        278
          app2
                      -            -                95GB    48.07GB       2872
                      sg3          extreme          95GB    48.07GB       2872
5 entries were displayed.

The above example displays all applications in the cluster. The storage service "value" is appended with an asterisk (*) to indicate some volumes are inaccessible to the application component, resulting in inaccurate statistics. The volumes might be offline. When this occurs, the hidden stats-incomplete flag is also set.