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I usually see this warning in our Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center. Sadly, no one is familiar to acknowledge the said warning. Can I ask your guidance to look into it?
How can I determine if our solaris server is utilizing 100% IO?
OPScenter is using iostat to get status of system and generate an incident when the threshold is reached.
To verify which command output these is OPScenter is using enable the following filter on Asset
and monitor cacao.0 for iostat output, or use dtrace script execsnoop to verify which commands
used by Opscenter to
# cacaoadm set-filter -i scn-agent com.sun.hss.domain.internal.sh=ALL
# tail -f /var/cacao/instances/scn-agent/logs/cacao.0
For disable set filter to "null"
# cacaoadm set-filter -i scn-agent com.sun.hss.domain.internal.sh=null
If more help is needed open an MOS SR.
Thank you for the response. What will happen if the incident was not resolved or acknowledged from Ops Center level?
I've checked iostat on the reported server, and it seems all fine.
[email protected]:~# zpool list
NAME SIZE ALLOC FREE CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT
dbbackup 348G 158G 190G 45% 1.00x ONLINE -
ncho 2.13T 653G 1.50T 29% 1.00x ONLINE /
rpool 556G 211G 345G 37% 1.00x ONLINE -
[email protected]:~# zpool iostat
capacity operations bandwidth
pool alloc free read write read write
---------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
dbbackup 158G 190G 0 0 212K 222K
ncho 653G 1.50T 178 396 27.6M 4.19M
rpool 211G 345G 15 44 581K 262K
check the monitoring profile for iostat it takes such over an longer period and
report Incident than.
Rule Type: Threshold
Monitoring Rule Name: Disk IO Utilization Percentage
Generate alert after: 90 min
If i'm correct, or is these an diff alert you get ?