Updated 25 September 2006
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Report General Associated Disks


Description:
  • This procedures describes how to display general disk information for single host.
Prerequisites:
  • None
Note:
  • q-Status™ network information is collected using the Solaris Unix commands format, df -k and swap -l.

Step Action Description
1 Select the Disks from the
"Basic" Icon set

Move mouse over the Disks Icon till the text is enlarged, then click. The single host selection page will be displayed with a "General Information" Title.

Note: All in blue in any Icon text will generate a single host selection dialog.
2 Make a server selection

Navigate through the host selection page, filtering or ordering server selection till the proper Hostname appears. Move mouse over magifying icon () for that Hostname till it enlarges, then click. The "Disk Storage Information" report will be display.

The "Disk Storage Information" consist of three tables:

  • Mounted Disk Table
  • SWAP Table
  • Physical Drives Table

The "Mounted Disk" table is similar to a report generated by the Unix command df showing the mounted volumes, number kbytes assigned and mount points. It also display a percent bar graph representing capacity. It the bargraph is blue, the capacity used in under a threshold (default is 80%). If the percent exceeds the threshold, the bargraph will change to red. This threshold is set in the /conf/qStatus.conf file. This threshold value is shown as a header to the table (e.g. "Mounted Disk (Red Threshold = 80%)" ).

The "SWAP" table shows any physical volume assigned for SWAP and it current capacity availabel and being used. This similar to the out of the

3 Optionally click
Host:<hostname>
for raw disk data display.
Move mouse over the hostname of the server. When highlighted, click mouse to display RAW disk data collected by q-Status™.

This will display the "RAW Disk Information File" as a popup window. This file is generate from the output of 'format" and the "df" command.

At the bottom of the report is the df -k and swap -l outputs.