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 Post subject: Re: Anyone getting Infosight preview
PostPosted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 3:07 am 

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VMVision data for 3PAR StoreServ systems is only available on arrays running OS Version 3.3.1 or greater, and Service Processor version 5.0.3 or greater.


Service Processor 5.0.3 is not out for now, we will need to wait for it to see these data.


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 Post subject: Re: Anyone getting Infosight preview
PostPosted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 4:50 am 

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morrie_morrie wrote:
Hi all,

Actually I take that back..

Under Infrastructure, there is a pull down menu with a bunch of stuff in it..

Correlated System History Tab, which has graphed:

Service time, Bandwidth, Alert Timeline and Software History Chart

Status History Tab, which graphs the Wellness score with the status types in a table below it.

Status Details Tab, which has a bunch of stuff:

CPU Utilisation Trend and a evaluation as to whether it is acceptable or not.
Storage Capacity Trend by Tier Graph and whether it is likely to run out of space within a year.
Disk Count Balance by Node Pair Graph and Trend Graph and whether the SSD disk count is balanced between the node pairs.
Used Capacity Balance by Node Pair Graph and Trend Graph and whether the SSD used capacity is balanced between the node pairs.
Storage Capacity Balanced by Node Pair Graph and Trend Graph, and whether this is balanced.

Alert History Tab, Graphed and then tabled.

Case History Tab, Graphs and tables Case history (this is pretty nice actually)

Configuration History Tab, Shows Version and Patch history Graphed by date.

System Front-End performance Trend Tab, Graphs:

IOPS, Service Time, Bandwidth, IO Size and Queue length (separate graphs each)

Advanced Performance History opens a different page complete, but graphs:

Average Write Bandwidth, Average Read Bandwidth, Average Service Time, Average Read Service Time, Average % of Writes Resulting in DelAcks, Average Max VV Write Service Time, and Average Max VV Read Service Time.

License Tab, Table of licenses

VM Details Tab, Which is grey out for me

Physical Disk Details Tab, Table of Disks with a bunch of info.

File Persona Tab, No details for me as we don't use it.

Map Tab, Which shows a Map of the system.

As quick an overview as I could give.. I'm sure there will be docs released soon for it, along with a bunch of new features as the 3par guys get to play with the data that starts being generated a bit more.

Andrew.


Yeah that all sounds like the old storefront remote pages (been around for a year or so in that form). There's some handy bits and a lot dates back to when array first installed which is cool.

Guess still have to wait for something 'new' and Infosighty. ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Anyone getting Infosight preview
PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 6:04 pm 

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mathiasz wrote:
https://infosight.hpe.com/


OKay, I think it's now GA :)
I'll look into it, now I've only to talk to my ITO guys to connect THEIR machines to the Infosight website...easily said than done :)

TY


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 Post subject: Re: Anyone getting Infosight preview
PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:13 am 
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cali wrote:
morrie_morrie wrote:
Plugins for VMWare? How?


You have to wait until SP 5 MU2 is out.


Just registered. Any support for hyperV?


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 Post subject: Re: Anyone getting Infosight preview
PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:22 am 
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sanjac wrote:
cali wrote:
morrie_morrie wrote:
Plugins for VMWare? How?


You have to wait until SP 5 MU2 is out.


Just registered. Any support for hyperV?


No


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