qos policy-group show

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Display a list of policy groups

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

Description

The qos policy-group show command shows the current settings of the policy groups on a cluster. You can display a list of the policy groups and you can view detailed information about a specific policy group.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>,…​]

If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, …​ parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.

| [-instance ] }

If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.

[-policy-group <text>] - Policy Group Name

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value

Policy groups define measurable service level objectives (SLOs) that apply to the storage objects with which the policy group is associated.

[-vserver <vserver name>] - Vserver

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value

[-uuid <UUID>] - Uuid

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value

[-class {preset|user-defined|system-defined|autovolume}] - Policy Group Class

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value

[-pgid <integer>] - Policy Group ID

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value

This uniquely identifies the policy group

[-max-throughput <qos_tput>] - Maximum Throughput

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value

A maximum throughput limit specifies the throughput (in IOPS or MB/s) that the policy group must not exceed.

[-min-throughput <qos_tput>] - Minimum Throughput

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value

A minimum throughput specifies the desired performance level for a policy group.

[-num-workloads <integer>] - Number of Workloads

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value.

[-throughput-policy <text>] - Throughput Policy

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value. You can specify the throughput range in terms of IOPS or data rate. For example, 0-INF, 0-400IOPS, 0-200KB/s, 0-400MB/s .

[-is-shared {true|false}] - Is Shared

Selects the policy groups that match this parameter value.

The shared value specifies whether the policy group is a shared policy group or not.

Examples

cluster1::> qos policy-group show
Name             Vserver     Class        Wklds Throughput
---------------- ----------- ------------ ----- ------------
pg1              vs4         user-defined 0     0-200IOPS
pg2              vs0         user-defined 0     0-500IOPS
pg5              vs0         user-defined 0     0-300IOPS
pg6              vs0         user-defined 0     0-INF
4 entries were displayed.

The example above displays all policy groups on the cluster.