Virtualization entities and metrics

This topic contains information on entity types and metrics for various virtualization technologies in TrueSight Capacity Optimization.

 For more information, refer to the following sections:

Virtualization entity types

Disclaimer

Datasets, entities and metrics listed in this topic are specific to virtualization technologies in TrueSight Capacity Optimization. To view similar information for other technologies, see Server entities and metrics.

IconTypeEntity typeEntity type IDEntity type name
SYSvh12Virtual Host
SYSgm16Virtual Machine
SYSvhc17Virtual Cluster
SYSgm:vmw25Virtual Machine - VMware
SYSgm:zn26Virtual Machine - Solaris Zone
SYSgm:lp27Virtual Machine - AIX LPAR
SYSgm:xen28Virtual Machine - Xen
SYSgm:hv29Virtual Machine - HyperV
SYSgm:int30Virtual Machine - HP Integrity
SYSvh:vmw31Virtual Host - VMware
SYSvh:xen32Virtual Host - Xen
SYSvh:hv33Virtual Host - HyperV
SYSvh:zn34Virtual Host - Solaris
SYSvh:lp35Virtual Host - AIX PowerVM
SYSvh:int36Virtual Host - HP Integrity
SYSvhc:vmw38Virtual Cluster - VMware
SYSvhc:xen39Pool - Xen
SYSvhc:hv41Virtual Cluster - Microsoft HyperV
SYSds43Datastore
SYSrp44Resource Pool
SYSdc45Datacenter
SYSgm:ldom49Virtual Machine - Solaris LDOM
SYSrp:sto59Storage Pool
SYSgm:wvn61Virtual Node - VMware
SYSgm:dsd62Virtual Machine - Solaris Dynamic System Domain
SYSgm:splp63Virtual Machine - AIX Shared Processor LPAR
SYSgm:hvvn64Virtual Node - HyperV
SYSgm:xenvn65Virtual Node - Xen
SYSvh:kvm66Virtual Host - KVM
SYSgm:kvm67Virtual Machine - KVM
SYSnpar68HP nPartition
SYSvpar69HP vPartition
SYSnparc70Virtual Host - HP nPar/vPar
SYSrp:spp78Shared Processor Pool
SYS 109VMware Hypothetical Cluster
SYSgm:kvmvn113Virtual Node - KVM
SYSgm:violp114Virtual Machine - AIX VIO LPAR
SYSdsc:vmw115Datastore Cluster - VMware
SYScp:vmwh116VMware Hosts Capacity Pool
SYScp:vmwc117VMware Clusters Capacity Pool
SYScp:aix120AIX Power VM Hosts Capacity Pool
SYScp:dst121VMware Datastores Capacity Pool
SYSds:xen122Datastore - Xen
SYSrp:aix123Physical Pool - AIX PowerVM
SYScp:rp:sto125Storage Pools Capacity Pool
SYS 126VMware Hypothetical Host
SYS 127AIX Hypothetical Host
SYSvhc:rhev313Virtual Cluster - RHEV
SYSdc:rhev314Datacenter - RHEV
SYSgm:rhevn318Virtual Node - RHEV
SYSgm:vn319Virtual Node
SYSgm:oraclevn320Virtual Node - ORACLE VM
SYSgm:ivmvn321Virtual Node - HPIVM

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Virtualization metrics

This section lists metrics specific to the following virtualization technologies in TrueSight Capacity Optimization:

Disclaimer

Datasets, entities and metrics listed in this section are specific to virtualization technologies in TrueSight Capacity Optimization. To view similar information for other entities, see Server entities and metrics.

VMware

The following table lists dataset and metric information for VMware.

Dataset

Metric

VMware host

VMware guest

VMware cluster

VMware datastore

VMware pool

Description

vh:vmw

gm:vmw

vhc:vmw

ds:vmw

rp:vmw

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_ID

Y

N

N

N

N

A serial number is a unique number assigned by a manufacturer for identifying a physical element (for example system, baseboard or processor) which varies from its successor or predecessor by a fixed value.

[1] SYSCNF

DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

N

N

Generally, the description field is used by the data provider to include additional detail about the system being managed for reporting, collaboration and in some cases categorization.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

Y

N

N

N

N

The name of the operating system running on the physical system. It applies to physical system directly hosting operating system image only.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_VER

Y

N

N

N

N

The specific version of the operating system running on the physical system. For the hosts of a hypervisor (full and para virtualization solutions), it specifies the hypervisor version.

[1] SYSCNF

ALIAS_NAME

Y

N

N

N

N

The alias name for the physical host.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

The number of physical processors on the system

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_TOTAL_MHZ

Y

N

N

N

N

The total frequency of CPU (the sum of each physical CPU core)

[1] SYSCNF

LCPU_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

 The number of logical processors on the system.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

UPTIME_PCT

Y

N

N

N

N

The system uptime is a measure of the time a computer system has been "up" and running

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

Y

N

N

N

N

The average CPU processor time used by each logical processor, normalized by the number of physical processors. 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

Y

N

N

N

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor based on SPEC rating

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

Y

N

N

N

N

the average CPU system or privilege processor time used by each logical processor, normalized  by the number of physical processors 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

Y

N

N

N

N

The average CPU user processor time used by each logical processor,  normalized by the number of physical processors .

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total disk IO rate for the system. In order to obtain the average IO rate per disk, the presentation layer can normalize the disk IO rate by the number of configured disks.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total paging to disk activity for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_IN_BYTE_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total pages paging in from disk activity for the system. It covers only the I/O from the swap/paging devices.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_OUT_BYTE_ RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total pages paging out to disk activity for the system. It covers only the I/O to the swap/paging devices.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total number of disks configured for the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_FS_SIZE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total file systems size for the system. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_USED

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total amount of file systems in use for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_UTIL

Y

N

N

N

N

The utilization of total file systems. This metric captures the  percentage of file systems in use  for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the overall network activity for the system based on number of bytes sent and received from its network interface cards. The average network rate can be obtained by normalizing the network rate by the number of configured network interfaces.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the number of network interfaces that are configured and in use by the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory installed for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USED

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

Y

N

N

N

N

The utilization of physical memory. This metric captures the percentage of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory not in use on the system.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_UTIL_OVERHEAD

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the CPU time used for the virtualization layer. This amount of CPU time is not charged to any virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_
RATE_OVERHEAD

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the disk I/O performed for the virtualization layer. This amount of I/O activity is not charged to any virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

NET_BIT_RATE_
OVERHEAD

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the network activity performed for the virtualization layer. This amount of network activity is not charged to any virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_OVERHEAD

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the physical memory consumed by the virtualization layer. This amount of memory usage is not charged to any virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SHARED

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the amount of physical memory shared among multiple virtual machines. Relevant and set of systems with Host_Type ESX.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ZERO

Y

N

N

N

N

This is the amount of RAM in zero pages; this number is included as part of Memory Shared. This number is a useful indication of a significant over-allocation of RAM to particular virtual machine, meaning the RAM contains no binary data and is not being used by the guest operating system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_GRANTED

Y

N

N

N

N

Relevant for VMware hosts only. Sum of all granted metrics for all powered-on virtual machines, plus machine memory for vSphere services on the host. Available for systems with Host_Type ESX.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

Y

N

N

N

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each logical processor in unit of MHZ 

[2] SYSGLB

NET_TRANSFER_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric captures the overall network activity for the system based on number of packets sent and received from its network interface cards. The average network packet rate can be obtained by normalizing the network rate by the number of configured network interfaces.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_USED

Y

N

N

N

N

Amount of memory, swapped in and out to the VMFS partition swap file. Available for systems with Host_Type ESX.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SHARED_COMMON

Y

N

N

N

N

Amount of machine memory that is shared by all powered-on virtual machines and vSphere services on the host. Available for systems with Host_Type ESX.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

Number of virtual machine configured to run on the virtualized host.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_ON_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

Number of virtual machines that are powered on and running on the host.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ACTIVE

Y

N

N

N

N

The sum of all actively used memory metric for all powered-on virtual machines plus vSphere services (such as COS, vpxa) on the host. This metric applies to VMware ESX host only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BALLOONING

Y

N

N

N

N

The sum of all balloon memory metric for all powered-on virtual machines, plus vSphere services on the host. This metric applies to VMware ESX host only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_VMKERNEL

Y

N

N

N

N

The amount of machine memory used by VMkernel for core functionality, such as device drivers and other internal uses. Does not include memory used by virtual machines or vSphere services. This metric applies to VMware ESX host only.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_IN_PKT_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

The rate of network packets received. It is accumulated from all network interfaces in the system. In BPA 9.0, this metric is available to VMware hosts only.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_OUT_PKT_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

The rate of network packets sent. It is accumulated from all network interfaces in the system. In BPA 9.0, this metric is available to VMware hosts only.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_IN_BYTE_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

The rate of network data received. It is accumulated from all network interfaces in the system. In BPA 9.0, this metric is available to VMware hosts only.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_OUT_BYTE_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

The rate of network data sent. It is accumulated from all network interfaces in the system. In BPA 9.0, this metric is available to VMware hosts only.

[96]SYSVIRDS

TOTAL_DSTORE_SIZE

Y

N

N

N

N

The sum of the size of the datastores used by this system in bytes.

[96]SYSVIRDS

TOTAL_DSTORE_FREE

Y

N

N

N

N

The sum of the free space of all the datastores used by this system in bytes.

[96]SYSVIRDS

TOTAL_DSTORE_USED

Y

N

N

N

N

Total size of datastore space used by this system.

[96]SYSVIRDS

TOTAL_DSTORE_UTIL

Y

N

N

N

N

Total datastore space utilization % on this system.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VCPU_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

Number of configured Virtual CPUs on all Virtual Machines

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VCPU_ON_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

Number of powered on Virtual CPUs on all Virtual Machines

[1] SYSCNF

HW_VENDOR

Y

N

N

N

N

The name of the independent hardware vendor (IHV) that manufacturers or distributes the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

N

N

The computer hardware description provides additional information that is sometimes needed to differentiate similar computer hardware models.  This is most notable in hardware models running Solaris operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_MODEL

Y

N

N

N

N

The computer hardware model is the physical part of the computer.  A computer hardware model consists of the following components: motherboard, power supply, storage controllers, removable media devices, internal storage and networking.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_VENDOR

Y

N

N

N

N

The name of the company that either manufacturers or distributes the CPU processor (cores) for the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MODEL

Y

Y

N

N

N

The central processing unit (CPU) model defines the processor or core that is used by the motherboard to execute instructions provided by the operating system and hosted applications.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

N

N

The central processing unit (CPU) description provides additional information that is sometimes required to differentiate different CPU models.  This is most notable in Windows operating systems running on Intel Xeon and Pentium IV processors.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MHZ

Y

Y

N

N

N

The clock rate is the fundamental rate in cycles per second (measured in hertz) at which a CPU performs its most basic operations.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_MAX_PROCESSORS

Y

N

N

N

N

The maximum number of physical processors configured for the computer hardware model.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_THREADS_PER_CORE

Y

N

N

N

N

The thread per core field is used with the multi-threading hardware type to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_CORES_PER_SOCKET

Y

N

N

N

N

The core per socket field is used with the maximum number of physical processors field to count the number of sockets that are available on the computer hardware model for software licensing purposes.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MT_TYPE

Y

N

N

N

N

The multi-threading hardware type field is used with the thread per core to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_VALUE

Y

N

N

N

N

The performance rating is the reported benchmark result reported for the benchmark rating system.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_SOURCE

Y

N

N

N

N

The performance rating source field identifies which hardware table was used to obtain the performance rating.  The possible options include the default hardware table, which provides hardware vendor published numbers, and user hardware table, which usually provides BMC estimated numbers or vendor numbers that are not published.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_COMP

Y

N

N

N

N

The performance rating computation type is used to differentiate when a benchmark result has been reported and when it has been converted.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_DATE

Y

N

N

N

N

The hardware table build date field is used to identify which hardware table was used to provide the benchmark results that are reported in the database.

[1] SYSCNF

CLUSTER_NAME

N

N

Y

N

N

The name of the cluster.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VIRTUALCENTER_NAME

N

N

Y

N

N

For VMware vSphere, this metric reports the vCenter name.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VIRTUALCENTER_VERSION

N

N

Y

N

N

For VMware vSphere, this metric reports the vCenter version.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_TOTAL_MHZ

N

N

Y

N

N

This metric indicates the overall CPU capacity of the cluster. This metric applies to VMware ESX Server Cluster only.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

N

N

Y

N

N

This metric indicates the overall Memory size of the cluster. This metric applies to VMware ESX Server Cluster only.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_NUM

N

N

Y

N

N

This metric indicates the total number of hosts in the cluster.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_NUM

N

N

Y

N

N

This metric indicates the total number of virtual machines in the cluster.

[93] SYSVMW

DRS_NUM

N

N

Y

N

N

This metric indicates the total number of virtual machine migrations within the cluster.

[93] SYSVMW

HA_STATUS

N

N

Y

N

N

This metric indicates whether high availability (HA) is turned ON or OFF for the cluster.

[93] SYSVMW

DRS_STATUS

N

N

Y

N

N

This metric indicates whether distributed resource scheduling (DRS) is turned ON or OFF for the cluster

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

N

Y

N

N

The Sum of the actively used CPU of all powered on virtual machines on all hosts in the cluster. This metric applies only to VMware cluster only.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_EFFECTIVE_MHZ

N

N

Y

N

N

The effective CPU resources (in MHz) available to run virtual machines. This is the aggregated effective resource level from all running hosts. Hosts that are in maintenance mode or are unresponsive are not counted. Resources used by the VMware Service Console are not included in the aggregate. This value represents the amount of resources available for the root resource pool for running virtual machines. This metrics is available only to VMware clusters.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

N

Y

N

N

Percentage of time the CPU was not idle in a cluster during the interval.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

N

Y

N

N

The number of physical CPU cores in the cluster. This metric is available only for VMware clusters.

[1] SYSCNF

LCPU_NUM

N

N

Y

N

N

The aggregated number of CPU threads. This metric is available only for VMware clusters.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_EFFECTIVE

N

N

Y

N

N

Effective memory resources (in MB) available to run virtual machines. This is the aggregated effective resource level from all running hosts. Hosts that are in maintenance mode or are unresponsive are not counted. Resources used by the VMware Service Console are not included in the aggregate. This value represents the amount of resources available for the root resource pool for running virtual machines. This metric is available only for VMware clusters.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

N

N

Y

N

N

The amount of host machine memory used by all powered on virtual machines in the cluster.  A cluster's consumed memory consists of virtual machine consumed memory and overhead memory. It does not include host-specific overhead memory, such as memory used by the service console or VMkernel. This metric applies only to VMware clusters.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

N

N

Y

N

N

The percentage of host machine memory used by all powered on virtual mchiens in the cluster.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ACTIVE

N

N

Y

N

N

The sum of all Mem Active metrics for all powered-on virtual machines plus vSphere services (such as COS, vpxa) on all hosts in the cluster. This metrics applies only to VMware clusters.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_OVERHEAD

N

N

Y

N

N

The sum of all Mem Overhead metrics for all powered-on virtual machines, plus the overhead of running vSphere services on all hosts in the cluster. This metrics applies only to VMware clusters.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SHARED

N

N

Y

N

N

The sum of shared memory metrics for all powered-on virtual machines on all hosts in the cluster. This metrics applies only to VMware clusters.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ZERO

N

N

Y

N

N

The sum of memory in zero page for all powered-on virtual machines, plus vSphere services on all hosts in the cluster. This metrics applies only to VMware clusters.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_GRANTED

N

N

Y

N

N

The sum of all Granted Memory metrics for all powered-on virtual machines, plus machine memory for vSphere services on all hosts in the cluster. This metric applies only to VMware clusters.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BALLOONING

N

N

Y

N

N

The sum of all Balloon Memory metrics for all powered-on virtual machines, plus vSphere services on all hosts in the cluster. This metrics applies only to VMware clusters.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_USED

N

N

Y

N

N

The amount of memory that is used by swap. It is the sum of Swapped Memory metric of all powered on VMs and vSphere services on all hosts in the cluster. This metric applies only to VMware clusters.

[93] SYSVMW

EVC_MODE

N

N

Y

N

N

The Enhanced VMotion Compatibility mode that is currently in effect for all hosts in this cluster; unset if no EVC mode is active. This metric applies only to VMware clusters.

[93] SYSVMW

DRS_AUTO_LEVEL

N

N

Y

N

N

This metric specifies the cluster-wide default DRS behavior for virtual machines(fullyAutomated, manual or partiallyAutomated). This metric applies only to VMware clusters.

[93] SYSVMW

VRAM_ENTITLEMENT

N

N

Y

N

N

The amount of VRAM entitled to the virtual machines in the virtual center based on the number of license keys available in the virtual center. This metric is relevant for vSphere 5.0 licensing model only.

[1] SYSCNF

CLUSTER_FAILOVER_

N

N

Y

N

N

The number of host failures that should be tolerated, still guaranteeing sufficient resources to restart virtual machines on available hosts.

[2] SYSGLB

CLUSTER_FAILURES

N

N

Y

N

N

The number of host failures in the HA cluster.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VCPU_NUM

N

N

Y

N

N

Number of configured Virtual CPUs on all Virtual Machines in a cluster

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VCPU_ON_NUM

N

N

Y

N

N

Number of powered on Virtual CPUs on all Virtual Machines in a cluster

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_ON_NUM

N

N

Y

N

N

Number of virtual machines that are powered on and running in a cluster

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

N

Y

N

N

the total disk IO rate from all the VMware hosts in a cluster

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

N

Y

N

N

The total network sent and received from its network interface cards from all hosts in a cluster.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MHZ

N

N

Y

N

N

the overall CPU capacity  of the cluster used by each processor .

 [1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_DSTORE_SIZE

N

N

Y

N

N

The sum of the size of the datastores used by all hosts in a cluster in bytes.

 [1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_DSTORE_FREE

N

N

Y

N

N

The sum of the free space of all the datastores used by all hosts in a cluster

 [1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_DSTORE_USED

N

N

Y

N

N

Total size of datastore space used  by all hosts in a cluster

[1] SYSCNF

NET_IP_ADDRESS

N

Y

Y

N

N

The IP address that identifies the guest operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

N

Y

N

N

N

The name of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

ANNOTATION

N

Y

N

N

N

The description of the virtual machine set by administrator.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_NAME

N

Y

N

N

N

The host name that is identified by the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

Y

N

N

N

The number of virtual processors configured for the virtual machine. Basically, this is the number of processors that the guest operating system sees.

[1] SYSCNF

LCPU_NUM

N

Y

N

N

N

The number of logical processors configured for the virtual machine. The number of logical processors will be the number of virtual processors multiplied by the multi-threading factor. If multi-threading is not enabled, this field would be same as the field of VPROC.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_SHARES

N

Y

N

N

N

The CPU shares configured for the virtual machine. The relative CPU shares among all busy virtual machines on the same physical system or within the same resource pool determines the proportion of CPU time that is guaranteed to the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_RESERVED_MHZ

N

Y

N

N

N

The total processing power reserved for the virtual machine in MHz. A virtual machine is guaranteed to get its reserved CPU.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_LIMIT_MHZ

N

Y

N

N

N

The maximum processing power assigned to the virtual machine in MHz.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_SHARES

N

Y

N

N

N

The memory shares configured for the virtual machine. The relative memory shares among all busy virtual machines on the same physical system or within the same resource pool determines the proportion of memory that is guaranteed to the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_RESERVED

N

Y

N

N

N

The reserved memory size for virtual machine. A virtual machine is guaranteed to get its reserved memory size.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

Y

N

N

N

The average processor time used by the virtual machine by each CPU processor, normalized by CPU virtual processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

N

N

N

The average system or privilege processor time used by the virtual machine by each processor , normalized by CPU virtual processor..

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

N

N

N

The average user processor time used by the virtual machine by each processor , normalized by CPU virtual processor.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_READY

N

Y

N

N

N

The time a virtual machine waits in the queue in a ready-to-run state before it can be scheduled on a CPU expressed as a fraction of the interval time, normalized by cpu virtual processors.  Under normal operating conditions this value should remain under 5%. This metric applies to VMware ESX Server only.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_WAIT

N

Y

N

N

N

The average time that a virtual CPU is not runnable, normalized by virtual processors. It could be idle (halted) or waiting for an external event such as I/O. It is reported only for VMware ESX Server virtual machines.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

Amount of data read and written in the interval, summarized across all the disks used by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

N

Y

N

N

N

The number of disks configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

The I/O performed by the virtual machine that reads from or writes to the paging (swap) devices. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric captures the total pages paging in from disk activity for the virtual machine. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric captures the total pages paging out to disk activity for the virtual machine. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

The network I/O performed by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

N

Y

N

N

N

The number of network interfaces configured for the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

N

Y

N

N

N

The total memory size configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SHARED

N

Y

N

N

N

The amount of memory shared through transparent page sharing with other virtual machines running on the same host.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_OVERHEAD

N

Y

N

N

N

The overhead memory for the virtual machine incurred due to virtualization.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_USED

N

Y

N

N

N

The amount of memory swapped in and out to the host level swap space for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ZERO

N

Y

N

N

N

This is the amount of memory in zero pages. It is a useful indication of a significant over-allocation of memory to particular virtual machine. This number is included as part of Memory Shared for VMware ESX Server. Relevant for VMware systems only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BALLOONING

N

Y

N

N

N

This is the amount of memory reclaimed during the interval by running the ballooning mechanism for the virtual machine. Relevant for VMware system only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_GRANTED

N

Y

N

N

N

The amount of RAM granted to the virtual machines by the VMkernel or Guest “physical” memory that is mapped to machine memory.The amount of memory granted to a particular virtual machine by the VMkernel is based on several factors including the guest operating system type, configured memory reservation, working set, actual memory usage, etc.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

Y

N

N

N

The amount of RAM granted to the virtual machines by the VMkernel or Guest “physical” memory that is mapped to machine memory.The amount of memory granted to a particular virtual machine by the VMkernel is based on several factors including the guest operating system type, configured memory reservation, working set, actual memory usage, etc.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

 

Y

N

N

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each  processor based on SPEC rating. Computed based on SPEC rating associated to system.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VM_LAST_STATUS

N

Y

N

N

N

Indicates if the machine is powered On or Off during the measured interval. Available for VMware systems only.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_FS_SIZE

N

Y

N

N

N

Total capacity of all the logical disks in the virtual machine, calculated by summing up the capacity of all the logical disks configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_USED

N

Y

N

N

N

Amount of logical disk space used, calculated by accumulating used space for each of the logical disks.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_UTIL

N

Y

N

N

N

The percentage of logical disk space used by the virtual machine

[2]SYSGLB

TOTAL_LDISK_SIZE

N

Y

N

N

N

Total size of the virtual disks configured for the virtual machine, calculated by summing up the size of all the virtual disks.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_TRANSFER_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric captures the overall network activity for the system based on number of packets sent and received from its network interface cards. The average network packet rate can be obtained by normalizing the network rate by the number of configured network interfaces.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ACTIVE

N

Y

N

N

N

The amount of memory that is actively used by the virtual machine. This metric is available for VMware ESX guests.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

N

Y

N

N

N

The percentage of memory that is actively used by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_STORAGE
_PROVISIONED

N

Y

N

N

N

Total storage space, in bytes, committed to this virtual machine across all datastores plus additional storage space, in bytes, potentially used by this virtual machine on all datastores. This metric is available only for VMware ESX guests.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_STORAGE_USED

N

Y

N

N

N

Total storage space, in bytes, committed to this virtual machine across all datastores. This metric is available only for VMware ESX guest.

[2]SYSGLB

TOTAL_DSTORE_UTIL

N

Y

N

N

N

The percentage of total storage space committed to this virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

N

Y

N

N

N

Amount of guest physical memory consumed by the virtual machine for guest memory. This metric is available to VMware guests only. Consumed memory does not include overhead memory. It includes shared memory and memory that might be reserved, but not actually used.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_IN_PKT_
ERROR_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric identifies the rate of inbound network packets that have been dropped. Dropped network packets indicate a bottleneck in the network. In BPA 9.0, this metric is available to VMware guests only.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_OUT_PKT_
ERROR_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric identifies the rate of outbound network packets that have been dropped. Dropped network packets indicate a bottleneck in the network. In BPA 9.0, this metric is available to VMware guests only.

[105] SYSSNAP

SNAPSHOT_SIZE

N

Y

N

N

N

The aggregated size of all the snapshots created for this virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

SNAPSHOT_NUMBER

N

Y

N

N

N

The number of snapshots created for this virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VM_DISKS_THIN
_PROVISIONED

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric indicates whether the virtual machine is thin provisioned.  If one of the virtual disks of the virtual machine is thin provisioned, the virtual machine is assumed to be thin provisioned.

[93]SYSVMW

VM_TOOLS_STATUS

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric is available to VMware guests only. It identifies the VMware Tools running status.

[93]SYSVMW

VM_TOOLS_VERSION

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric is available to VMware guests only. It identifies the VMware Tools version status, which shows the compliance of the VMware Tools.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_RESERVED_MHZ

N

N

N

N

Y

The total processing power reserved for the resource pool in the unit of MHz. A resource pool is guaranteed to get its reserved CPU. This metric applies to VMware ESX Resource Pool only.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_LIMIT_MHZ

N

N

N

N

Y

The maximum processing power assigned to the resource pool in the unit of MHz. This metric applies to VMware ESX Resource Pool only.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_SHARES

N

N

N

N

Y

The CPU shares allocated to the resource pool.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_RESERVED

N

N

N

N

Y

The reserved memory size for the resource pool. A resource pool is guaranteed to get its reserved memory size.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_LIMIT

N

N

N

N

Y

The maximum memory size for the resource pool. The total memory allocated to the virtual machines in a resource pool cannot exceed the maximum memory size.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_SHARES

N

N

N

N

Y

The Memory shares assigned to the resource pool

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

N

N

N

Y

 the total processor time used by each processor assigned to the resource pool in the unit of MHZ

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_NUM

N

N

N

N

Y

Number of virtual machines configured in the resource pool.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

N

N

N

N

Y

The amount of host machine memory used by all powered on virtual machines in the pool. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ACTIVE

N

N

N

N

Y

The sum of all actively used memory for all powered-on virtual machines in the pool. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_OVERHEAD

N

N

N

N

Y

The sum of all overhead memory metrics for all powered-on virtual machines in the pool. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SHARED

N

N

N

N

Y

The sum of all shared memory metrics for all powered-on virtual machines in the pool. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ZERO

N

N

N

N

Y

The sum of memory in zero page for all powered-on virtual machines in the pool. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_GRANTED

N

N

N

N

Y

The sum of all granted memory metrics for all powered-on virtual machines in the pool. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BALLOONING

N

N

N

N

Y

The sum of all balloon memory metric for all powered-on virtual machines in the pool. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_USED

N

N

N

N

Y

The sum of all swapped memory metrics for all powered-on virtual machines in the pool. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_EXPANDABLE

N

N

N

N

Y

In a resource pool with an expandable CPU reservation, the CPU reservation on a resource pool can grow beyond the specified value, if the parent resource pool has unreserved CPU resources. A non-expandable reservation is called a fixed reservation. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_EXPANDABLE

N

N

N

N

Y

In a resource pool with an expandable memory reservation, the memory reservation on a resource pool can grow beyond the specified value, if the parent resource pool has unreserved memory resources. A non-expandable reservation is called a fixed reservation. This metric applies to VMware resource pool only.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_ON_NUM

N

N

N

N

Y

Number of virtual machines configured in the resource pool that are powered on.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_ID

N

N

N

Y

N

Unique locator that identifies the data store.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_SIZE

N

N

N

Y

N

Maximum capacity of the data store.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_BLOCK_SIZE

N

N

N

Y

N

Block size of VMFS

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_MAX_FILE_SIZE

N

N

N

Y

N

The maximum size of a file that can reside on this file system volume.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_FS_TYPE

N

N

N

Y

N

The file system type that the datastore uses. VMware datastore may use either VMFS or NFS.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_UNCOMMITTED
_SIZE

N

N

N

Y

N

The size of additional storage space potentially used by the virtual machine on the datastore. Additional space may be needed for example when lazily allocated disks grow, or storage for swap is allocated when powering on the virtual machine. If the virtual machine is running off delta disks (for example because a snapshot was taken), then only the potential growth of the currently used delta-disks is considered.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_SHARED

N

N

N

Y

N

A boolean value that indicates if more than one host in the datacenter has been configured with access to the datastore.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_DISPLAY_NAME

N

N

N

Y

N

The user configurable display name of the SCSI logical unit that is backing the datastore. This metric is applicable to datastores of type VMFS only.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_HW_MODEL

N

N

N

Y

N

The model name of the SCSI device that is backing the datastore. This metric is applicable to datastores of type VMFS only.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_FREE

N

N

N

Y

N

The amount of free space available in the datastore.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_USED_SIZE

N

N

N

Y

N

The used space of the datastore in bytes.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_READ_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is read in from the datastore within the interval.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_WRITE_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is written out to the datastore within the interval.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_READ_LATENCY

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric identifies the average time that a datastore read operation spends at the hypervisor.

[96] SYSVIRDS

DSTORE_WRITE_LATENCY

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric identifies the average time that a datastore write operation spends at the hypervisor.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_TYPE

Y

Y

N

N

N

The type of the disk.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_MODEL

Y

Y

N

N

N

The is metric identifies the model that is specified by the disk manufacturer.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_SIZE

Y

Y

N

N

N

This metric identifies the total storage capacity of the disk.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_BLOCK_SIZE

Y

Y

N

N

N

This metric identifies the block size of the disk. Block is the minimum unit for data transferring between the device driver and the physical disk device.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_READ_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is read in from the disk within the interval.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_WRITE_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is written out to the disk within the interval.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_READ_LATENCY

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the average time that a read operation spends at the hypervisor.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_WRITE_LATENCY

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the average time that a write operation spends at the hypervisor.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_CMD_ABORTED

Y

N

N

N

N

The total number of commands made by a virtual machine that were aborted on the target device specified by the host target LUN, during the interval. Non-zero value in this metric indicates that the disk has become overloaded from too much traffic, which will cause the disk less responsive, and even hang or crash.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_READ_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is read in from the disk on behalf of the virtual machine within the interval.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is written out to the disk on behalf of the virtual machine within the interval.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_READ_LATENCY

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric identifies the average time that a read operation on behalf of the virtual machine is spending at the hypervisor.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_WRITE_LATENCY

N

Y

N

N

N

This metric identifies the average time that a write operation on behalf of the virtual machine is spending at the hypervisor.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_CMD_ABORTED

N

Y

N

N

N

The total number of commands made by a virtual machine that were aborted on the target device specified by the host target LUN, during the interval. Non-zero value in this metric indicates that the disk has become overloaded from too much traffic from the VM, which will cause the disk less responsive, and even hang or crash.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL

Y

N

N

N

N

The CPU used metric is a measure of the CPU busy time of the processor within the interval.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_IN_BYTE_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the rate of data received from the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_OUT_BYTE_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the rate of data sent to the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_IN_PKT_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the rate of packets received from the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_OUT_PKT_RATE

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the rate of packets sent to the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_IN_PKT_
DROP_PCT

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the rate of inbound packets that have been dropped. Dropped network packets indicate a bottleneck in the network.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_OUT_PKT_
DROP_PCT

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric identifies the rate of outbound packets that have been dropped. Dropped network packets indicate a bottleneck in the network.

[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_READS_RATENNNYNThe rate of transfers of data from disk or other block devices to system buffers. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATEN NNYNThe rate of transfers of data from system buffers to disk or other block devices. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_LOGICAL_READS_RATENNNYNThe rate of logical reads to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_LOGICAL_WRITES_RATENNNYNThe rate of logical writes to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux)), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_LOGICAL_WRITES_RATENNNYNThe rate of logical writes to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux)), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_PHYSICAL_READS_RATENNNYNThe rate of physical reads to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical reads that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATENNNYNThe rate of physical writes to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical writes that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_INS_RATENNNYNThe rate of executable pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_OUTS_RATENNNYNThe rate of executable pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_FREES_RATENNNYNThe rate of executable pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_INS_RATENNNYNThe rate of anonymous pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_OUTS_RATENNNYNThe rate of anonymous pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_FREES_RATENNNYNThe rate of anonymous pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FILESYS_PAGE_INS_RATENNNYNThe rate of file system pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FILESYS_PAGE_OUTS_RATENNNYNThe rate of file system pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FILESYS_PAGE_FREES_RATENNNYNThe rate of filesystem pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FREELISTNNNYNThe rate of memory pages being freed for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.


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AIX

The following table lists dataset and metric information for AIX:

Dataset

Metric

PowerVM host

PowerVM DLPAR

PowerVM SPLPAR

AIX WPAR global

AIX WPAR partition

Description

vh:lp

gm:lp

gm:splp

vh:wpar or gm:lp or gm:splp

gm:wpar

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_IDLE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of unused CPU time. It denotes the percentage of time the CPU was idle.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of processor load. Application related CPU activity. It denotes the percentage of CPU utilization that occurred while executing at
user level (application).

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of processor load. System related CPU activity. It denotes the percentage of CPU utilization that occurred while executing atsystemlevel (kernel).

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_WAIO

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of I/O wait time. This denotes the percentage at time the CPU was idle but had an outstanding I/O request to disk. This number may not be available on all platforms, in which case it will be 0.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of processor load.
This denotes the percentage of the CPU that is being utilized.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_MODEL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies disk type(model) of the disk or disk module as specified by the manufacturer.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PAGING_TYPE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies whether a disk is hosting any paging device.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_TYPE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric distinguishes the virtual disks from physical disks.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_DEV

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the physical disk that backs the virtual disk. It applies to virtual disks only.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the rate of I/O performed by the disk.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The disk utilization. This metric identifies the percentage of time that the disk is busy on servicing the I/O requests.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_SERVICE_TIME

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The average disk service time per I/O. This metric identifies the effective service time in milliseconds for each I/O operation on the disk. This time does not include any queuing delay.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_NONPAGING_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of general disk I/O. The general disk I/O is the I/O not going to or from the paging devices

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of disk paging I/O. The paging I/O is the I/O  going to or from the paging devices.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_IO_READ_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies number of blocks read by this disk per second

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_IO_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of blocks writtenbydisk per second

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of I/O transfer operations performed by this disk per second

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_QUEUE_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the average number of I/O requests in the queue, which are waiting toaccess,or accessing, the disk.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the size of the disk in megabytes

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_BLOCK_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies block size ofdiskin bytes.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_FREE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The free space on the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_FREE_INODES

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The number of free inodes on the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_USED_SPACE_PCT

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The space utilization of the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_USED_INODES_PCT

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The utilization of inodes in thefiles ystem.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The total capacity of the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_TOTAL_INODES

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The total inodes on the file system.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_IN_PKT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of packets received on the particular interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_OUT_PKT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of packets sent on the particular interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of bytes received by the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of bytes sent by the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_COLLISION_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of collisions on the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_ERROR_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the average number of errors on the interface.
This metric consists of both input and output errors.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_BANDWIDTH

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the bandwidth of the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_DUPLEX_STATUS

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the duplex type of the network interface. Half duplex allows the the communication only one direction at a time, while full duplex provides communication at both direction simultaneously.

[1] SYSCNF

NETWORK_DOMAIN

Y

N

N

Y

N

The domain name is used to identify a system or group of systems on the internet. The name appears as a component of a Web site's URL, forexamplebmc.com.  Domain name systems associate various sorts of information with the domain name including the translation of thehuman readabledomain name into IP addresses. This field applies only to the standalone systems. It will be empty (' ') for physical systems that are not hosting OS image directly.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_ID

N

N

N

Y

N

A serial number is a unique number assigned by a manufacturer for identifying a physical element (for example system, baseboard or processor) which varies from its successor or predecessor by a fixed value.

[1] SYSCNF

DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

Y

N

Generally, the description field is used by the data provider to include additional detail about the system being managed for reporting, collaboration and in some cases categorization.

[1] SYSCNF

NET_IP_ADDRESS

N

N

N

Y

N

The IP address that identifies the physical system. This field is relevant for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,HPIVM

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

N

N

N

Y

N

The name of the operating system running on the physical system. It applies tophysicalsystem directly hosting operating system image only.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_VER

N

N

N

Y

N

The specific version of the operating system running on the physical system. For the hosts of a hypervisor (full andpara virtualizationsolutions), it specifies the hypervisor version.

[1] SYSCNF

MEM_PAGE_SIZE

N

N

N

Y

N

A "page" is a block of contiguous virtual memory addresses.  This page size varies by operating system, and systems with large virtual address ranges or large amounts of real memory (for example RAM) generally use larger page sizes.

[1] SYSCNF

ALIAS_NAME

Y

N

N

Y

N

The alias name for the physical host.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

Y

N

N

Y

N

The number of physical processors on the system

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_TOTAL_MHZ

Y

N

N

Y

N

The total frequency of CPU (the sum of each physical CPU core)

[1] SYSCNF

LCPU_NUM

N

N

N

Y

N

 The number of logical processors on the system.  Same as physical processors for non-HT, non-CMT standalone systems; for HT-enabled or CMT standalone systems, it is number of hardware threads(number ofphsicalprocessors * threads per core)

[95] SYSVIRGLB

UPTIME_PCT

N

N

N

Y

N

The system uptime is a measure of the time a computer system has been "up" and running

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

N

N

Y

N

The average CPU processor time used by each logical processor, normalized by the number of logical processors. 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

N

N

N

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each logical processor based on SPEC rating

  

N

N

N

Y

N

 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

N

N

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each logical processor in unit of MHZ 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

N

N

Y

N

the average CPU system or privilege processor time used by each logical processor, normalized  by the number of logical processors .

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

N

N

N

Y

N

The average CPU user processor time used by each logical processor,  normalized by the number of logical processors .

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_IDLE

N

N

N

Y

N

Average amount of time that the physical system is idle or blocked on some event expressed as a fraction of the interval time, by the number of logical processors. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_WAIO

N

N

N

Y

N

The averaged processor time the system spending on waiting for I/O, by the number of logical processors  .Available for systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_RUN_QUEUE

N

N

N

Y

N

The average CPU queue length of the system.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total disk IO rate for the system. In order to obtain the average IO rate per disk, the presentation layer can normalize the disk IO rate by the number of configured disks.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total paging to disk activity for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total pages paging in from disk activity for the system. It covers only the I/O from the swap/paging devices.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total pages paging out to disk activity for the system. It covers only the I/O to the swap/paging devices.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_SCAN_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of total memory scans for the system. Scan rate is a good indicator of memory shortage. When the memory is under stress, the scan rate will go up high. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total number of disks configured for the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_FS_SIZE

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total file systems size for the system. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_USED

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of file systems in use for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_UTIL

N

N

N

Y

N

The utilization of total file systems. This metric captures the  percentage of file systems in use  for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the overall network activity for the system based on number of bytes sent and received from its network interface cards. The average network rate can be obtained by normalizing the network rate by the number of configured network interfaces.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the number of network interfaces that are configured and in use by the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

Y

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory installedforthe system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USED

Y

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

Y

N

N

Y

N

The utilization of physical memory. This metric captures the percentage of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

Y

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory not in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_VIRTUAL_FREE   

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric identifies the amount of virtual memory that is not occupied (free to use).

[1] SYSCNF

MEM_VIRTUAL_TOTAL

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of virtual memory configured for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_VIRTUAL_USED_PCT

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of virtual memory used on the system.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

Number of virtual machine configured to run on the virtualized host.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_ON_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

Number of virtual machines that are powered on and running on the host.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_COMMITED_AS

N

N

N

Y

N

The amount of committed virtual memory. It is the physical memory which has space reserved on swap device. This metric gives a guest estimate of how much RAM/swap would be needed in the worst-case. In BPA 9.0, the metric is available to Linux systems only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CACHED

N

N

N

Y

N

The size of the buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SYSTEM

N

N

N

Y

N

The amount of the kernel that is resident (not paged out) in memory for standalone UNIX systems. The size of paged pool that is resident in the main memory for standalone Windows systems.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USER

N

N

N

Y

N

The size of user memory on this system

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_REAL_UTIL

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of memory excluding file system cache and buffers in use on Unix machine during the interval.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_USER

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in user mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in system mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_CACHED

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of cached memory in use during the interval.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_IN_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of paging operations to bring pages into memory on the system. Mem_paging_in includes not only the I/O from swap space, but also I/O from file systems. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_OUT_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of paging operations to write pages out to swap space on the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_READS_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of transfers of data from disk or other block devices to system buffers. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of transfers of data from system buffers to disk or other block devices. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_BUF_LOGICAL_READS_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of logical reads to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_BUF_LOGICAL_WRITES_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of logical writes to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux)), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_PHYSICAL_READS_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of physical reads to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical reads that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of physical writes to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical writes that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_INS_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of executable pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_OUTS_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of executable pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of executable pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_INS_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of anonymous pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_OUTS_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of anonymous pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of anonymous pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_FILESYS_PAGE_INS_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of file system pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_FILESYS_PAGE_OUTS_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of file system pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[[112] SYSMEM

MEM_FILESYS_PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of filesystem pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_FREELIST

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of memory pages being freed for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_TOT

N

N

N

Y

N

The total available space of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of available space size of each swap / paging device.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_USED

N

N

N

Y

N

The overall used space of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of used space for all swap devices. The swap space utilization can be computed as Swapdev_In_Use / Swapdev_space * 100.

[2] SYSGLB

swap_space_util

N

N

N

Y

N

The overall space utilization of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of used space for all swap devices divided by the sum of the available space for all swap devices.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_SIZE

N

N

N

Y

N

The total size of the disks configured for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_LDISK_SIZE

N

N

N

Y

N

The total size of the logical volumes configured for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_LDISK_USED

N

N

N

Y

N

The overall used space of logical volumes on the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_IO_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of disk I/O transfer operations performed by all configured physical disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_READ_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of data read from all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_WRITE_RATE

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of data written to all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_CORES_UNASSIGNED

Y

N

N

N

N

The CPU cores of the physical host system that have not been assigned to any virtual machine or processor pool. In BPA 9.0, this metric is available to PowerVM hosts only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UNASSIGNED

Y

N

N

N

N

The memory size of the physical host system that have not been assigned to any virtual machine or memory pool. In BPA 9.0, this metric is available to PowerVM hosts only.

[95]SYSVIRGLB

HMC_COLLECTION

Y

N

N

N

N

This metric is applicable for Power VM hosts only.  This metric indicates if HMC access is available for at least one partition in the Power VM frame. 

[1] SYSCNF

HW_VENDOR

Y

N

N

Y

N

The name of the independent hardware vendor (IHV) that manufacturers or distributes the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

Y

N

The computer hardware description provides additional information that is sometimes needed to differentiate similar computer hardware models.  This is most notable in hardware models running Solaris operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_MODEL

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The computer hardware model is the physical part of the computer.  A computer hardware model consists of the following components: motherboard, power supply, storage controllers, removable media devices, internal storage and networking.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_VENDOR

Y

N

N

Y

N

The name of the company that either manufacturers or distributes the CPU processor (cores) for the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MODEL

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

The central processing unit (CPU) model defines the processor or core that is used by the motherboard to execute instructions provided by the operating system and hosted applications.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

Y

N

The central processing unit (CPU) description provides additional information that is sometimes required to differentiate different CPU models.  This is most notable in Windows operating systems running on Intel Xeon and Pentium IV processors.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MHZ

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

The clock rate is the fundamental rate in cycles per second (measured in hertz) at which a CPU performs its most basic operations.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_MAX_PROCESSORS

Y

N

N

Y

N

The maximum number of physical processors configured for the computer hardware model.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_THREADS_PER_CORE

Y

N

N

Y

N

The thread per core field is used with the multi-threading hardware type to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_CORES_PER_SOCKET

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The core per socket field is used with the maximum number of physical processors field to count the number of sockets that are available on the computer hardware model for software licensing purposes.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MT_TYPE

Y

N

N

Y

N

The multi-threading hardware type field is used with the thread per core to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_VALUE

Y

N

N

Y

N

The performance rating is the reported benchmark result reported for the benchmark rating system.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_SOURCE

Y

N

N

Y

N

The performance rating source field identifies which hardware table was used to obtain the performance rating.  The possible options include the default hardware table, which provides hardware vendor published numbers, and user hardware table, which usually provides BMC estimated numbers or vendor numbers that are not published.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_COMP

Y

N

N

Y

N

The performance rating computation type is used to differentiate when a benchmark result has been reported and when it has been converted.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_DATE

Y

N

N

Y

N

The hardware table build date field is used to identify which hardware table was used to provide the benchmark results that are reported in the database.

[1] SYSCNF

NET_IP_ADDRESS

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The IP address that identifies the guest operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The name of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_VER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The version of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[46]SYSLPAR

LP_DONATION_MODE

N

Y

N

N

N

indicates if shared-dedicated mode is turned on for the DLPAR, is represented by the values ‘Yes’ and ‘No’.

[1]SYSCNF

HOST_NAME

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The host name that is identified by the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

N

Y

Y

N

The number of virtual processors configured for the virtual machine. Basically, this is the number of processors that the guest operating system sees.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The number of dedicated physical processors configured for the virtual machine. Basically, this is the number of physical processor cores that the virtual machine has access to. For shared processor virtual machines, this field is reporting the physical processors assigned to the shared processor pool, if it is running on a pool. Otherwise, it reports the total physical processors of the host.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_ENTC

N

N

Y

Y

N

The processing power that the virtual machine is entitled. In capped mode, the CPU used by a virtual machine cannot exceed its entitlement. For dedicated processor partitions, this field will report the dedicated processors, thus same as the field ofDPROC.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_SHARES

N

N

Y

Y

N

The CPU shares configured for the virtual machine. The relative CPU shares among all busy virtual machines on the same physical system or within the same resource pool determines the proportion of CPU time that is guaranteed to the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The average processor time used by the virtual machine by each CPU processor, normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

Y

Y

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor in unit of MHZ 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

N

Y

Y

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor based on SPEC rating. Computed based on SPEC rating associated to system.

  

N

Y

Y

Y

N

 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_ENT_UTI

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Percentage of used CPUs over Entitlement

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_ENTC_CONS

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Entitled Capacity Consumption (absolute) over all LPARs

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The average system or privilege processor time used by the virtual machine by each processor , normalized by CPU processor..

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The average user processor time used by the virtual machine by each processor , normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_WAIO

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The average processor time the virtual machine spending on waiting for I/O by each processor , normalized by CPU processor..

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_IDLE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Average amount of time that a virtual machine is idle or blocked on some event expressed as a fraction of the interval time normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_RUN_QUEUE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric captures the measured queue length of the partition. Relevant for hardware partitioned systems like IBM Power VM, HPnpar/vparand Solaris LDOM only.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Amount of data read and written in the interval, summarized across all the disks used by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The number of disks configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The I/O performed by the virtual machine that reads from or writes to the paging (swap) devices. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric captures the total pages paging in from disk activity for the virtual machine. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric captures the total pages paging out to disk activity for the virtual machine. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_SCAN_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric captures the total number of memory scans for the partition. Relevant for hardware partitioned systems like IBM Power VM, HPnpar/vparand Solaris LDOM only.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The network I/O performed by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The number of network interfaces configured for the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The total memory size configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The memory used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The percentage of memory used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The memory not used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_VIRTUAL_FREE   

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Amount of free virtual memory to the partition. Available for hardware partitioned systems only.

[1] SYSCNF

MEM_VIRTUAL_TOTAL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Total virtual memory allocated to the partition. Available for hardware partitioned systems only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_VIRTUAL_USED_PCT

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Thepctof virtual memory used to the partition.

[46]SYSLPAR

LP_MODE

N

N

Y

Y

N

Relevant for Power VM SPLPAR systems only.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_OVERHEAD

N

N

N

Y

N

The overhead memory for the virtual machine incurred due to virtualization.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_LDISK_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Total capacity of all the logical disks in the virtual machine, calculated by summing up the capacity of all the logical disks configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_LDISK_USED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Amount of logical disk space used, calculated by accumulating used space for each of the logical disks.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_UTIL_OVERHEAD

N

N

N

Y

N

CPU overhead incurred due to virtualization. Available for VMware, HyperV.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE_OVERHEAD

N

N

N

Y

N

IO overhead incurred due to virtualization.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_FS_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Total File system size on this virtual machine

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_USED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Total file system used by this virtual machine

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Total file system utilization by this virtual machine

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CACHED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The size of the buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_CACHED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The percentage of buffer cache memory in use during the interval.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_REAL_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The percentage of memory excluding file system cache and buffers in use on Unix machine during the interval.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The amount of the kernel that is resident (not paged out) in memory for standalone UNIX systems. The size of paged pool that is resident in the main memory for standalone Windows systems. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_IN_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The rate of paging operations to bring pages into memory on the system. Mem_paging_in includes not only the I/O from swap space, but also I/O from file systems. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_OUT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of paging operations to write pages out to swap space on the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in user mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The size of user memory on this system

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in user mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_READS_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of transfers of data from disk or other block devices to system buffers. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of transfers of data from system buffers to disk or other block devices. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_LOGICAL_READS_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of logical reads to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_LOGICAL_WRITES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of logical writes to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PHYSICAL_READS_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of physical reads to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical reads that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of physical writes to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical writes that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of executable pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[112] SYSMEM

MEM_VIRTUAL_ACTIVE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Active virtual memory, virtual pages are considered active if they have been accessed. This is a useful metric for memory sizing. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR only.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_TOT

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The total available space of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of available space size of each swap / paging device. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_USED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The overall used space of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of used space for all swap devices. The swap space utilization can be computed as Swapdev_In_Use / Swapdev_space * 100. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

swap_space_util

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The overall space utilization of swap devices to the partition. It is computed as the sum of used space for all swap devices divided by the sum of the available space for all swap devices.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

Thetoalsize of the disk configured for the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of disk I/O transfer operations performed by all configured physical disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_READ_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of data read from all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of data written to all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2]SYSGLB

DISK_IO_BLOCKED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of pending disk I/O requests that are blocked because thepbufbuffer is not available. The buffers are pinned memory buffers that are used to hold I/O requests at the logical volume manager layer. This metric is available to AIX systems with Virtual_Type LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR.

[2]SYSGLB

PG_SPACE_IO_BLOCKED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of paging space I/O requests that are blocked because thepsbufspace is not available. Thepsbufsspace is pinned memory buffers that are used to hold I/O requests at the virtual memory manager layer. This metric is available to AIX systems with Virtual_Type LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR.

[2]SYSGLB

FS_IO_BLOCKED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of filesystem I/O requests blocked because nofsbufwas available. Fsbuf are pinned memory buffers used to hold I/O requests in the filesystem layer. This metric is available to AIX systems with Virtual_Type LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR.

[2]SYSGLB

FS_CLIENT_IO_BLOCKED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of client filesystem I/O requests blocked because nofsbufwas available. Fsbuf are pinned memory buffers used to hold I/O requests in the filesystem layer. This metric is available to AIX systems with Virtual_Type LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR.

[2]SYSGLB

FS_PG_IO_BLOCKED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of external pager client filesystem I/O requests blocked because nofsbufwas available. Fsbuf are pinned memory buffers used to hold I/O requests in the filesystem layer. This metric is available to AIX systems with Virtual_Type LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR.

[2]SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_ALLOC_IDLE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The amount of CPU time spent in idle state. This metric captures the CPU time that is allocated to the virtual machine by the host, but is not really used by the virtual machine.

[2]SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_ALLOC_WAIT

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The amount of CPU time spent in wait state. This metric captures the CPU time that is allocated to the virtual machine by the host, but is not really used by the virtual machine.

[2]SYSGLB

CPU_ALLOC_CORE_FRACTION

N

Y

Y

Y

N

The amount of CPU allocated to the partition expressed in cores.  This value is collected from the data collector deployed inside the partition.

[46]SYSLPAR

LP_CPU_ACTVP

N

N

Y

N

N

The number of virtual processors that are currently assigned to the partition by the hypervisor. 

[109]SYSLPARGLB

MEM_AVAILABLE

N

Y

Y

N

N

The amount of memory available for use for the processes.  This metric is available in version AIX 7.x  and above.  AIXcomputesavailable memory taking into account the amount of free memory and the minimum memory needed for file system cache

[109]SYSLPARGLB

CPU_BUSY_DONATED_FRACTION

N

Y

N

N

N

The amount of busy CPU cycles donated by the Shared-dedicated DLPAR to the pool.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

CPU_IDLE_DONATED_FRACTION

N

Y

N

N

N

The amount of idle CPU cycles donated by the Shared-dedicated DLPAR to the pool.

[46]SYSLPAR

LP_AME_MODE

N

Y

Y

N

N

indicates if active memory expansion is turned ON for the partition, is represented by the values ‘Yes’ and ‘No’. Active Memory Expansion (AME) is a feature which helps to increase the effective memory size of a system without increasing the physical memory size.  It is configurable on a per LPAR basis.

[46]SYSLPAR

LP_AME_FACTOR

N

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

N

N

This the target memory expansion factor configured for the partition.  It is available only when AME_MODE is Yes.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

MEM_COMPRESSED_AME

N

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

N

N

When AME is enabled for an LPAR, the operating system starts compressing and decompressing data in memory based on the applications’ memory access pattern. This results in the creation of two pools of memory: compressed and uncompressed. This metric shows the amount of memory that is in the compressed pool.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

MEM_USED_COMPRESSED_AME

N

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

N

N

The amount of memory in the compressed pool that is used by applications in the system.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

MEM_UNCOMPRESSED_AME

N

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

N

N

When AME is enabled for an LPAR, the operating system starts compressing and decompressing data in memory based on the applications’ memory access pattern. This results in the creation of two pools of memory: compressed and uncompressed. This metric shows the amount of memory that is compressed.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

MEM_USED_UNCOMPRESSED_AME

N

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

N

N

The amount of memory in the uncompressed pool that is used by workloads in the system.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

CPU_OVERHEAD_AME

N

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

N

N

This indicates the amount of processing capacity used for memory compression activity due to AME.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

MEM_DEFICIT_AME

N

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

Y (if AME_NODE = YES)

N

N

When configuring the memory expansion factor for an LPAR, it is possible that the expansion factor chosen cannot be achieved either because the factor was too large or because the workloads running on the system are not compressible. This can result in a  memory shortfall which is reported as the memory deficit.

[46]SYSLPAR

LP_AMS_MODE

N

Y

Y

N

N

Indicates if active memory sharing is turned ON for the partition, is represented by the values ‘Yes’ and ‘No’. Active Memorysharing(AMS) is a feature which allows multiple logical partitions to share a common pool of physical memory.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

MEM_HYPERVISOR_PAGE_SIZE

N

Y (if AMS_MODE is yes)

Y (if AMS_MODE is yes)

N

N

Page size of the hypervisor. Physical memory from the shared memory pool is allocated by the Hypervisor based on the logical partition’s runtime memory requirements. Memory allocation is made with a very fine granularity that depends on the hypervisor’s page size.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

MEM_HYPERVISOR_PAGE_INS

N

Y (if AMS_MODE is yes)

Y (if AMS_MODE is yes)

N

N

the number of hypervisor page-ins for the partition. A hypervisor page-in occurs if a page is being referenced is not available in real memory because it has beenpaged outby the hypervisor previously.

[109]SYSLPARGLB

MEM_HYPERVISOR_PAGE_IN_TIME

N

Y (if AMS_MODE is yes)

Y (if AMS_MODE is yes)

N

N

CPU Time spent for hypervisor paging  for the partition.

[46]SYSLPAR

LPAR_INSTRUMENTED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

metric indicates if the LPAR has been instrumented, that is if an BPA agent has been deployed inside the LPAR to collect configuration and performance data.

[106]SYSHMC

CPU_NUM_HMC

N

N

Y

N

N

The number of virtual processors configured for the virtual machine. Basically, this is the number of processors that the guest operating system sees.

[106]SYSHMC

CPU_NUM_HMC

N

Y

N

N

N

The number of dedicated physical processors configured for the virtual machine. Basically, this is the number of physical processor cores that the virtual machine has access to. For shared processor virtual machines, this field is reporting the physical processors assigned to the shared processor pool, if it is running on a pool. Otherwise, it reports the total physical processors of the host.

[106]SYSHMC

CPU_ENTC_HMC

N

Y

Y

N

N

The processing power that the virtual machine is entitled. In capped mode, the CPU used by a virtual machine cannot exceed its entitlement. For dedicated processor partitions, this field will report the dedicated processors, thus same as the field ofDPROC.

[106]SYSHMC

CPU_SHARES_HMC

N

Y

Y

N

N

The CPU shares configured for the virtual machine. The relative CPU shares among all busy virtual machines on the same physical system or within the same resource pool determines the proportion of CPU time that is guaranteed to the virtual machine.

[106]SYSHMC

LP_MODE_HMC

N

Y

Y

N

N

Relevant for Power VM SPLPAR systems only.

[106]SYSHMC

PU_UTIL_HMC

N

Y

Y

N

N

CPU Used by the partition as measured from HMC.  The CPU_Used metric reported in CAXVMD table is measured using agents deployed inside the VM.  The value of the metric CAXHVMD.CPU_Used is always higher than that of CAXVMD.CPU_Used.  In BCO views, we use the label ‘CPU Allocated’ to refer to CAXHVMD.CPU_Used since it is the amount of CPU that the hypervisor allocates to the partition.

[106]SYSHMC

CPU_UNCAPPED_UTIL_HMC

N

Y

Y

N

N

Number of uncapped seconds utilized by the partition

[106]SYSHMC

CPU_CAPPED_UTIL_HMC

N

Y

Y

N

N

Number of capped seconds utilized by the partition

[106]SYSHMC

CPU_ENT_UTIL_HMC

N

Y

Y

N

N

 

[106]SYSHMC

MEM_ASSIGNED_HMC

N

Y

Y

N

N

The total memory size configured for the virtual machine.

[106]SYSHMC

HMC_MONITORED

N

Y

Y

N

N

This metric indicates if the partition has access to HMC Console

[106]SYSHMC

CPU_ALLOC_CORE_FRACTION_HMC

N

Y

Y

N

N

The amount of CPU allocated to the partition expressed in cores.  This value is collected from the HMC console.

[46]SYSLPAR

LPAR_INSTRUMENTED

N

Y

Y

N

N

This metric is applicable for Power VM partitions only. This metric indicates if the LPAR has been instrumented, that is if an BPA agent has been deployed inside the LPAR to collect configuration and performance data.

[100] PROCDET

W_DESCRIPTION

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The description used to store additional information about the workload.

[100] PROCDET

W_TRANSACTION_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The transaction rate of the workload. It represents the average number of transactions completed for the workload in an hour. The transaction rate of remote workload is reported as zero.

[100] PROCDET

W_RESPONSE_TIME

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The average response time per transaction of the workload. This field is populated by Predict only.

[100] PROCDET

W_CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The CPU utilization of the workload.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_PRIVATE_ACTIVE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The actively used private memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_PRIVATE_INACTIVE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The inactive private memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_SHARED_ACTIVE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The actively used shared memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_SHARED_INACTIVE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The inactive shared memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_ALL

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

The total memory pages of the workload including actively used or inactive private page, actively used or inactived shared pages. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total CPU time consumed by the command. It’s sum of CPU user and system time from all processes with this command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in user mode from all processes with the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in system or privilege mode from all processes with the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_PAGE_FAULT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of major page faults caused by the command. Major page faults involve I/O activity.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_DISK_READ_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks read in from disks by the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_DISK_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks written to disks by the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_ACTIVE_PROC

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of processes associated with this command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_THREADS

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of light-weight processes by the command.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total CPU time consumed by the user. It’s the sum of CPU user and system time of all processes belongs to the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in user mode consumed by the user. It’s the sum of CPU user time of all processes belong to the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in system or privilege mode by the user. It’s the sum of CPU system time of all processes belong to the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_PAGE_FAULT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of the number of major page faults caused by the user. Major page faults involve I/O activity.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_DISK_READ_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks read in from disks by the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_DISK_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks written out to disks by the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_ACTIVE_PROC

N

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of processes owned by this user.

[1] SYSCNF

NET_IP_ADDRESS

N

N

N

N

Y

The IP address that identifies the partition.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

N

N

N

Y

The number of virtual processors configured for the partition. The number of virtual processors has no relationship with the number of physical processors installed in the physical system or configured for the resource pool .

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_SHARES

N

N

N

N

Y

The CPU shares configured for the partition. The relative CPU shares among all busy partitions on the same system determine the proportion of CPU time that is guaranteed to the partition.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

N

N

N

Y

The total processor time used by the partition normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

N

N

N

Y

The total system or privilege processor time used by the partition normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

N

N

N

N

Y

The total user processor time used by the partition normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

Amount of data read and written in the interval, used by the partition.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

The I/O performed by the partition that reads from or writes to the paging (swap) devices.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

This metric indicates the network activity of the partition.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_IN_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

This metric captures the total pages paging in from disk. Available for IBM WPAR but not for Solaris Zones.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_OUT_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

This metric captures the total pages paging out from disk. Available for IBM WPAR but not for Solaris Zones.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USED

N

N

N

N

Y

Amount of physical memory used by the partition.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_SCAN_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

The rate of total memory scans for the system. Available for IBM WPAR but not for Solaris Zones.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CACHED

N

N

N

N

Y

The size of the buffer cache for the partition. Available for IBM WPAR but not for Solaris Zones.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_RUN_QUEUE

N

N

N

N

Y

The average CPU queue length of the partition, Available for IBM WPAR but not for Solaris Zones.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

The rate of pages that are brought into memory from paging devices (or swap space). Available for IBM WPAR but not for Solaris Zones.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

The rate of pages that are brought into memory from paging devices (or swap space).  Available for IBM WPAR but not for Solaris Zones.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PINNED

N

N

N

N

Y

Amount of pinned memory. Pinning memory enables memory pages to be maintained in real memory all the time, the page cannot be pagged out. Available for IBM WPAR but not for Solaris Zones.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_CTX_SWITCHES

N

N

N

N

Y

Number of process context switches. Available for IBM WPAR but not for Solaris Zones.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_LIMIT_MHZ

N

N

N

N

Y

The maximum frequency of physical CPU that can be allocated to this WPAR. A value of -1 means the limit is not set.

[90]SYSHBA

BYHBA_INTERFACE_NAM

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

The name of the interface or the host bus adapter.

[90]SYSHBA

BYHBA_TYPE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

The type of the interface.  Can be f-port (fabric), n-port (node), nl-port (node loop) etc.

[90]SYSHBA

BYHBA_BANDWIDTH_RUNNING

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

Currently running port speed

[90]SYSHBA

BYHBA_BANDWIDTH_SUPPORTED

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

Maximum supported port speed.

[90]SYSHBA

BYHBA_IN_IO_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

Number of input requests per second to the interface.

[90]SYSHBA

BYHBA_OUT_IO_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

Number of output requests per second to the interface.

[90]SYSHBA

BYHBA_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

Number of input bytes per second to the interface.

[90]SYSHBA

BYHBA_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

Number of output bytes per second to the interface.

[110]SYSSEA

BYSEAIF_PARENT_NETNM

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

If the EtherChannel is contained within another adapter, this field displays the parent adapter's name (for example, ent6). This field displays a value of NONE if the EtherChannel is not contained within another adapter (the default).

[110]SYSSEA

BYSEAIF_DEVICE_TYPE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

It contains the description of the adapter type.

[110]SYSSEA

BYSEAIF_DEVICE_ROLE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

It is the role of the device, for example Real, Virtual, Backup etc.

[110]SYSSEA

BYSEAIF_IN_PKT_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

The number of packets received successfully by the device per second.

[110]SYSSEA

BYSEAIF_OUT_PKT_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

The number of packets transmitted successfully by the device per second.

[110]SYSSEA

BYSEAIF_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

The number of bytes received successfully by the device per second.

[110]SYSSEA

BYSEAIF_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

The number of bytes transmitted successfully by the device per second.

[110]SYSSEA

BYSEAIF_IN_ERROR_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

The number of input errors encountered on this device. This is a counter for unsuccessful reception due to hardware/network errors.

[110]SYSSEA

BYSEAIF_OUT_ERROR_RATE

N

Y (VIO)

Y (VIO)

N

N

The number of output errors encountered on this device. This is a counter for unsuccessful transmissions due to hardware/network errors.

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XEN

The following table lists dataset and metric information for XEN:

Dataset

Metric

Open source Xen host

Open source Xen domain

Citrix XenServer host

Citrix XenServer domain

Description

vh:xen

gm:xen

vh:xen

gm:xen

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_ID

Y

N

Y

N

A serial number is a unique number assigned by a manufacturer for identifying a physical element (for example system, baseboard or processor) which varies from its successor or predecessor by a fixed value.

[1] SYSCNF

DESCRIPTION

Y

N

Y

N

Generally, the description field is used by the data provider to include additional detail about the system being managed for reporting, collaboration and in some cases categorization.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

Y

N

Y

N

The name of the operating system running on the physical system. It applies to physical system directly hosting operating system image only.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_VER

Y

N

Y

N

The specific version of the operating system running on the physical system. For the hosts of a hypervisor (full and para virtualization solutions), it specifies the hypervisor version.

[1] SYSCNF

ALIAS_NAME

Y

N

Y

N

The alias name for the physical host.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

Y

N

Y

N

The number of physical processors on the system

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_TOTAL_MHZ

Y

N

Y

N

The total frequency of CPU (the sum of each physical CPU core)

[1] SYSCNF

LCPU_NUM

Y

N

Y

N

 The number of logical processors on the system. 

[95] SYSVIRGLB

UPTIME_PCT

Y

N

N

N

The system uptime is a measure of the time a computer system has been "up" and running

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

Y

N

Y

N

 the total processor time used by each logical processor, normalized by the number of logical processors. 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

Y

N

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor in unit of MHZ 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

Y

N

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor based on SPEC rating

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

Y

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total disk IO rate for the system. In order to obtain the average IO rate per disk, the presentation layer can normalize the disk IO rate by the number of configured disks.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

Y

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total number of disks configured for the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_FS_SIZE

Y

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total file systems size for the system. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_USED

Y

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of file systems in use for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_UTIL

Y

N

Y

N

The utilization of total file systems. This metric captures the  percentage of file systems in use  for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

Y

N

Y

N

This metric captures the overall network activity for the system based on number of bytes sent and received from its network interface cards. The average network rate can be obtained by normalizing the network rate by the number of configured network interfaces.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

Y

N

Y

N

This metric captures the number of network interfaces that are configured and in use by the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

Y

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory installed for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USED

Y

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

Y

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory not in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

Y

N

Y

N

This metric identifies the amount of virtual memory that is not occupied (free to use).

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_NUM

Y

N

Y

N

Number of virtual machine configured to run on the virtualized host.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_ON_NUM

Y

N

Y

N

Number of virtual machines that are powered on and running on the host.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_VENDOR

Y

N

Y

N

The name of the independent hardware vendor (IHV) that manufacturers or distributes the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

Y

N

The computer hardware description provides additional information that is sometimes needed to differentiate similar computer hardware models.  This is most notable in hardware models running Solaris operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_MODEL

Y

N

Y

N

The computer hardware model is the physical part of the computer.  A computer hardware model consists of the following components: motherboard, power supply, storage controllers, removable media devices, internal storage and networking.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_VENDOR

Y

N

Y

N

The name of the company that either manufacturers or distributes the CPU processor (cores) for the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MODEL

Y

N

Y

N

The central processing unit (CPU) model defines the processor or core that is used by the motherboard to execute instructions provided by the operating system and hosted applications.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

Y

N

The central processing unit (CPU) description provides additional information that is sometimes required to differentiate different CPU models.  This is most notable in Windows operating systems running on Intel Xeon and Pentium IV processors.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MHZ

Y

N

Y

N

The clock rate is the fundamental rate in cycles per second (measured in hertz) at which a CPU performs its most basic operations.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_MAX_PROCESSORS

Y

N

Y

N

The maximum number of physical processors configured for the computer hardware model.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_THREADS_PER_CORE

Y

N

Y

N

The thread per core field is used with the multi-threading hardware type to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MT_TYPE

Y

N

Y

N

The multi-threading hardware type field is used with the thread per core to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_VALUE

Y

N

Y

N

The performance rating is the reported benchmark result reported for the benchmark rating system.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_SOURCE

Y

N

Y

N

The performance rating source field identifies which hardware table was used to obtain the performance rating.  The possible options include the default hardware table, which provides hardware vendor published numbers, and user hardware table, which usually provides BMC estimated numbers or vendor numbers that are not published.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_COMP

Y

N

Y

N

The performance rating computation type is used to differentiate when a benchmark result has been reported and when it has been converted.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_DATE

Y

N

Y

N

The hardware table build date field is used to identify which hardware table was used to provide the benchmark results that are reported in the database.

[1] SYSCNF

NET_MAC_ADDRESS

N

Y

N

Y

The MAC address that identifies the guest operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

N

Y

N

Y

The name of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_NAME

N

Y

N

Y

The host name that is identified by the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

Y

N

Y

The number of virtual processors configured for the virtual machine. Basically, this is the number of processors that the guest operating system sees.

[1] SYSCNF

LCPU_NUM

N

Y

N

Y

The number of logical processors configured for the virtual machine. The number of logical processors will be the number of virtual processors multiplied by the multi-threading factor. If multi-threading is not enabled, this field would be same as the field of VPROC.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_SHARES

N

Y

N

Y

The CPU shares configured for the virtual machine. The relative CPU shares among all busy virtual machines on the same physical system or within the same resource pool determines the proportion of CPU time that is guaranteed to the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_LIMIT_MHZ

N

Y

N

N

The maximum processing power assigned to the virtual machine in MHz.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

Y

N

Y

The average processor time used by the virtual machine by each CPU processor, normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

Y

N

Y

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor in unit of MHZ 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

N

Y

N

Y

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor based on SPEC rating. Computed based on SPEC rating associated to system.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

Y

N

Y

Amount of data read and written in the interval, summarized across all the disks used by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

N

Y

N

Y

The number of disks configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

N

N

Y

The I/O performed by the virtual machine that reads from or writes to the paging (swap) devices. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

Y

N

Y

The network I/O performed by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

N

Y

N

Y

The number of network interfaces configured for the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

N

Y

N

Y

The total memory size configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

N

Y

N

Y

The memory used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

N

Y

N

Y

 the percentage of memory used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

N

Y

N

Y

The memory not used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VM_LAST_STATUS

N

Y

N

Y

Indicates if the machine is powered On or Off during the measured interval. Available for VMware systems only.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_TYPE

Y

N

Y

N

The type of the disk.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_READ_RATE

Y

N

Y

N

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is read in from the disk within the interval.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_WRITE_RATE

Y

N

Y

N

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is written out to the disk within the interval.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_READ_RATE

N

Y

N

Y

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is read in from the disk on behalf of the virtual machine within the interval.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

N

Y

This metric identifies the average rate that the data is written out to the disk on behalf of the virtual machine within the interval.

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HP-UX

The following table lists dataset and metric information for HP-UX:

Dataset

Metric

HP Partitions host

HP nPar

HP vPar

HP nPar/ vPar

HP IVM host

HP IVM guest

Description

nparc

npar

vpar

system in caxpoold: type=npar;
system in caxvm/d: type=vpar

vh:int

gm:int

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_IDLE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of unused CPU time. It denotes the percentage of time the CPU was idle.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of processor load. Application related CPU activity.
It denotes the percentage of CPU utilization that occurred while executing at
user level (application).

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of processor load. System related CPU activity. It denotes the percentage of CPU utilization that occurred while executing at system level (kernel).

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_WAIO

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of I/O wait time.
This denotes the percentage at time the CPU was idle but had an outstanding I/O request to disk. This number may not be available on all platforms, in which case it will be 0.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of processor load.
This denotes the percentage of the CPU that is being utilized.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_MODEL

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies disk type(model) of the disk or disk module as specified by the manufacturer.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PAGING_TYPE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies whether a disk is hosting any paging device.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_TYPE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric distinguishes the virtual disks from physical disks.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_DEV

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the physical disk that backs the virtual disk. It applies to virtual disks only.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the rate of I/O performed by the disk.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The disk utilization. This metric identifies the percentage of time that the disk is busy on servicing the I/O requests.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_SERVICE_TIME

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The average disk service time per I/O. This metric identifies the effective service time in milliseconds for each I/O operation on the disk. This time does not include any queuing delay.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_NONPAGING_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of general disk I/O. The general disk I/O is the I/O not going to or from the paging devices

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The rate of disk paging I/O. The paging I/O is the I/O  going to or from the paging devices.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_IO
_READ_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies number of blocks read by this disk per second

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_IO
_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of blocks written by disk per second

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of I/O transfer operations performed by this disk per second

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_QUEUE_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the average number of I/O requests in the queue, which are waiting to access, or accessing, the disk.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the size of the disk in megabytes

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_BLOCK_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies block size of disk in bytes.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_FREE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The free space on the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_FREE_INODES

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The number of free inodes on the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_USED_SPACE_PCT

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The space utilization of the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_USED_INODES_PCT

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The utilization of inodes in the files ystem.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The total capacity of the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_TOTAL_INODES

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The total inodes on the file system.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_IN_PKT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of packets received on the particular interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_OUT_PKT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of packets sent on the particular interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of bytes received by the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of bytes sent by the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_COLLISION_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of collisions on the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_ERROR_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the average number of errors on the interface. This metric consists of both input and output errors.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_BANDWIDTH

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the bandwidth of the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_DUPLEX_STATUS

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the duplex type of the network interface. Half duplex allows the the communication only one direction at a time, while full duplex provides communication at both direction simultaneously.

[1] SYSCNF

NETWORK_DOMAIN

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The domain name is used to identify a system or group of systems on the internet. The name appears as a component of a Web site's URL, for example bmc.com.  Domain name systems associate various sorts of information with the domain name including the translation of the human readable domain name into IP addresses. This field applies only to the standalone systems. It will be empty (' ') for physical systems that are not hosting OS image directly.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_ID

N

N

N

N

Y

N

A serial number is a unique number assigned by a manufacturer for identifying a physical element (for example system, baseboard or processor) which varies from its successor or predecessor by a fixed value.

[1] SYSCNF

DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

Generally, the description field is used by the data provider to include additional detail about the system being managed for reporting, collaboration and in some cases categorization.

[1] SYSCNF

NET_IP_ADDRESS

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The IP address that identifies the physical system. This field is relevant for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE, WPAR,HPIVM

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The name of the operating system running on the physical system. It applies to physical system directly hosting operating system image only.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_VER

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The specific version of the operating system running on the physical system. For the hosts of a hypervisor (full and para virtualization solutions), it specifies the hypervisor version.

[1] SYSCNF

MEM_PAGE_SIZE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

A "page" is a block of contiguous virtual memory addresses.  This page size varies by operating system, and systems with large virtual address ranges or large amounts of real memory (for example RAM) generally use larger page sizes.

[1] SYSCNF

ALIAS_NAME

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The alias name for the physical host.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The number of physical processors on the system

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_TOTAL_MHZ

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The total frequency of CPU (the sum of each physical CPU core)

[1] SYSCNF

LCPU_NUM

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The number of logical processors on the system. 

[95] SYSVIRGLB

UPTIME_PCT

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The system uptime is a measure of the time a computer system has been "up" and running

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The average CPU processor time used by each logical processor, normalized by the number of logical processors. 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

N

N

N

N

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each logical processor based on SPEC rating

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

N

N

N

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each logical processor in unit of MHZ 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

N

N

N

Y

N

the average CPU system or privilege processor time used by each logical processor, normalized  by the number of logical processors .

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The average CPU user processor time used by each logical processor,  normalized by the number of logical processors .

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_IDLE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

Average amount of time that the physical system is idle or blocked on some event expressed as a fraction of the interval time, by the number of logical processors. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_WAIO

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The averaged processor time the system spending on waiting for I/O, by the number of logical processors  .Available for systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_RUN_QUEUE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The average CPU queue length of the system.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total disk IO rate for the system. In order to obtain the average IO rate per disk, the presentation layer can normalize the disk IO rate by the number of configured disks.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total paging to disk activity for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_
IN_BYTE_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total pages paging in from disk activity for the system. It covers only the I/O from the swap/paging devices.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_
OUT_BYTE_ RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total pages paging out to disk activity for the system. It covers only the I/O to the swap/paging devices.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_SCAN_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of total memory scans for the system. Scan rate is a good indicator of memory shortage. When the memory is under stress, the scan rate will go up high. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total number of disks configured for the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_FS_SIZE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total file systems size for the system. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_USED

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of file systems in use for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_UTIL

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The utilization of total file systems. This metric captures the  percentage of file systems in use  for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the overall network activity for the system based on number of bytes sent and received from its network interface cards. The average network rate can be obtained by normalizing the network rate by the number of configured network interfaces.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the number of network interfaces that are configured and in use by the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory installed for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USED

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The utilization of physical memory. This metric captures the percentage of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory not in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_VIRTUAL_FREE   

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric identifies the amount of virtual memory that is not occupied (free to use).

[1] SYSCNF

MEM_VIRTUAL_TOTAL

N

N

N

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of virtual memory configured for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_VIRTUAL_USED_PCT

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of virtual memory used on the system.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_NUM

Y

N

N

N

N

N

Number of virtual machine configured to run on the virtualized host.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_COMMITED_AS

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The amount of committed virtual memory. It is the physical memory which has space reserved on swap device. This metric gives a guest estimate of how much RAM/swap would be needed in the worst-case. In BPA 9.0, the metric is available to Linux systems only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CACHED

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The size of the buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_IN_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of paging operations to bring pages into memory on the system. Mem_paging_in includes not only the I/O from swap space, but also I/O from file systems. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_OUT_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of paging operations to write pages out to swap space on the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SYSTEM

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The amount of the kernel that is resident (not paged out) in memory for standalone UNIX systems. The size of paged pool that is resident in the main memory for standalone Windows systems.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USER

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The size of user memory on this system

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_REAL_UTIL

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of memory excluding file system cache and buffers in use on Unix machine during the interval.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_USER

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in user mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in system mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_CACHED

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The percentage of cached memory in use during the interval.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_PHYSICAL
_READS_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of transfers of data from disk or other block devices to system buffers. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_PHYSICAL
_WRITES_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of transfers of data from system buffers to disk or other block devices. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_LOGICAL
_READS_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of logical reads to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_LOGICAL
_WRITES_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of logical writes to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux)), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PHYSICAL_
READS_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of physical reads to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical reads that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of physical writes to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical writes that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_EXECUTABLE_
PAGE_INS_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of executable pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_EXECUTABLE_
PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of executable pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ANONYMOUS_
PAGE_INS_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of anonymous pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ANONYMOUS_
PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of anonymous pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FILESYS_
PAGE_INS_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of file system pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FILESYS_
PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of filesystem pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_TOT

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The total available space of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of available space size of each swap / paging device.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_USED

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The overall used space of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of used space for all swap devices. The swap space utilization can be computed as Swapdev_In_Use / Swapdev_space * 100.

[2] SYSGLB

swap_space_util

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The overall space utilization of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of used space for all swap devices divided by the sum of the available space for all swap devices.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_SIZE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The total size of the disks configured for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_LDISK_SIZE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The total size of the logical volumes configured for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_LDISK_USED

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The overall used space of logical volumes on the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_IO_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of disk I/O transfer operations performed by all configured physical disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_READ_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of data read from all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_WRITE_RATE

N

N

N

N

Y

N

The rate of data written to all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_VENDOR

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The name of the independent hardware vendor (IHV) that manufacturers or distributes the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The computer hardware description provides additional information that is sometimes needed to differentiate similar computer hardware models.  This is most notable in hardware models running Solaris operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_MODEL

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The computer hardware model is the physical part of the computer.  A computer hardware model consists of the following components: motherboard, power supply, storage controllers, removable media devices, internal storage and networking.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_VENDOR

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The name of the company that either manufacturers or distributes the CPU processor (cores) for the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MODEL

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

The central processing unit (CPU) model defines the processor or core that is used by the motherboard to execute instructions provided by the operating system and hosted applications.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The central processing unit (CPU) description provides additional information that is sometimes required to differentiate different CPU models.  This is most notable in Windows operating systems running on Intel Xeon and Pentium IV processors.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MHZ

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

The clock rate is the fundamental rate in cycles per second (measured in hertz) at which a CPU performs its most basic operations.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_MAX_PROCESSORS

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The maximum number of physical processors configured for the computer hardware model.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_THREADS_PER_CORE

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The thread per core field is used with the multi-threading hardware type to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_CORES_PER_SOCKET

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The core per socket field is used with the maximum number of physical processors field to count the number of sockets that are available on the computer hardware model for software licensing purposes.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MT_TYPE

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The multi-threading hardware type field is used with the thread per core to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_VALUE

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The performance rating is the reported benchmark result reported for the benchmark rating system.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_SOURCE

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The performance rating source field identifies which hardware table was used to obtain the performance rating.  The possible options include the default hardware table, which provides hardware vendor published numbers, and user hardware table, which usually provides BMC estimated numbers or vendor numbers that are not published.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_COMP

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The performance rating computation type is used to differentiate when a benchmark result has been reported and when it has been converted.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_DATE

Y

N

N

N

Y

N

The hardware table build date field is used to identify which hardware table was used to provide the benchmark results that are reported in the database.

[1] SYSCNF

NET_IP_ADDRESS

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The IP address that identifies the guest operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The name of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_VER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The version of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_NAME

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The host name that is identified by the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

Y

N

N

N

N

The number of dedicated physical processors configured for the virtual machine. Basically, this is the number of physical processor cores that the virtual machine has access to. For shared processor virtual machines, this field is reporting the physical processors assigned to the shared processor pool, if it is running on a pool. Otherwise, it reports the total physical processors of the host.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The average processor time used by the virtual machine normalized by  CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_USED_FRACTION

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

the total processor time used by each processor at the npar/vpar level

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor in unit of MHZ 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor based on SPEC rating. Computed based on SPEC rating associated to system.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The average system or privilege processor time used by the virtual machine, normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The average user processor time used by the virtual machine by each processor , normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_WAIO

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The average processor time the virtual machine spending on waiting for I/O by each processor, normalized by CPU processors.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_IDLE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Average amount of time that a virtual machine is idle or blocked on some event expressed as a fraction of the interval time, normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_RUN_QUEUE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

This metric captures the measured queue length of the partition. Relevant for hardware partitioned systems like IBM Power VM, HP npar/vpar and Solaris LDOM only.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Amount of data read and written in the interval, summarized across all the disks used by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The number of disks configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The I/O performed by the virtual machine that reads from or writes to the paging (swap) devices. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total pages paging in from disk activity for the virtual machine. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total pages paging out to disk activity for the virtual machine. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_SCAN_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total number of memory scans for the partition. Relevant for hardware partitioned systems like IBM Power VM, HP npar/vpar and Solaris LDOM only.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The network I/O performed by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The number of network interfaces configured for the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The total memory size configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The memory used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The percentage of memory used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The memory not used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_VIRTUAL_FREE   

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Amount of free virtual memory to the partition. Available for hardware partitioned systems only.

[1] SYSCNF

MEM_VIRTUAL_TOTAL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Total virtual memory allocated to the partition. Available for hardware partitioned systems only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_VIRTUAL_USED_PCT

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The pct of virtual memory used to the partition.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_LDISK_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Total capacity of all the logical disks in the virtual machine, calculated by summing up the capacity of all the logical disks configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_LDISK_USED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Amount of logical disk space used, calculated by accumulating used space for each of the logical disks.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_FS_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Total File system size on this virtual machine

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_USED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Total file system used by this virtual machine

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Total file system utilization by this virtual machine

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CACHED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The size of the buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_CACHED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The percentage of buffer cache memory in use during the interval.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_REAL_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The percentage of memory excluding file system cache and buffers in use on Unix machine during the interval.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_IN_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of paging operations to bring pages into memory on the system. Mem_paging_in includes not only the I/O from swap space, but also I/O from file systems. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_OUT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of paging operations to write pages out to swap space on the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The amount of the kernel that is resident (not paged out) in memory for standalone UNIX systems. The size of paged pool that is resident in the main memory for standalone Windows systems. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in user mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The size of user memory on this system

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in user mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_PHYSICAL
_READS_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of transfers of data from disk or other block devices to system buffers. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_PHYSICAL
_WRITES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of transfers of data from system buffers to disk or other block devices. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_LOGICAL
_READS_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of logical reads to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_BUF_LOGICAL
_WRITES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of logical writes to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PHYSICAL_READS_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of physical reads to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical reads that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of physical writes to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical writes that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_EXECUTABLE
_PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of executable pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_ANONYMOUS
_PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of anonymous pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FILESYS
_PAGE_FREES_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of filesystem pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREELIST

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of memory pages being freed for the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_TOT

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The total available space of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of available space size of each swap / paging device. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

SWAP_SPACE_USED

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The overall used space of swap devices on the system. It is computed as the sum of used space for all swap devices. The swap space utilization can be computed as Swapdev_In_Use / Swapdev_space * 100. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

swap_space_util

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The overall space utilization of swap devices to the partition. It is computed as the sum of used space for all swap devices divided by the sum of the available space for all swap devices.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_SIZE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The toal size of the disk configured for the system. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_IO_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of disk I/O transfer operations performed by all configured physical disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_READ_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of data read from all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

N

N

The rate of data written to all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Virtual_Type DSD, LDOM, LPAR, DLPAR, SPLPAR, nPar, vPar, nPar/vPar only.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The name of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Number of virtual processors configured for the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_ENTC

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The CPU entitlement of a logical partition. It defines the portion of physical processor resource that is allocated to the partition, along with the defined number of virtual processors.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_RESERVED_MHZ

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The total processing power reserved for the virtual machine in MHz. A virtual machine is guaranteed to get its reserved CPU.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_LIMIT_MHZ

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The maximum processing power assigned to the virtual machine in MHz.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The average processor time used by the virtual machine, normalized by virtual processors.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The average system or privilege processor time used by the virtual machine, normalized by virtual processors.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The average user processor time used by the virtual machine, normalized by virtual processors.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Total memory configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Amount of memory used by the virtual machine. For HPIVM, this number is computed using the private pages of the process in the host OS under which the virtual machine is running.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The percentage of memory that is actively used by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Amount of memory not used by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

N

N

N

N

Y

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor in unit of MHZ 

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_NAME

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The name of the host physical system of the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_ID

N

N

N

N

N

Y

The host ID of the host physical system of the virtual machine.

[100] PROCDET

W_DESCRIPTION

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The description used to store additional information about the workload.

[100] PROCDET

W_TRANSACTION_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The transaction rate of the workload. It represents the average number of transactions completed for the workload in an hour. The transaction rate of remote workload is reported as zero.

[100] PROCDET

W_RESPONSE_TIME

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The average response time per transaction of the workload. This field is populated by Predict only.

[100] PROCDET

W_CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The CPU utilization of the workload.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_PRIVATE_ACTIVE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The actively used private memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_PRIVATE_INACTIVE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The inactive private memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_SHARED_ACTIVE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The actively used shared memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_SHARED_INACTIVE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The inactive shared memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_ALL

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

The total memory pages of the workload including actively used or inactive private page, actively used or inactived shared pages. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total CPU time consumed by the command. It’s sum of CPU user and system time from all processes with this command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in user mode from all processes with the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in system or privilege mode from all processes with the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_PAGE_FAULT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of major page faults caused by the command. Major page faults involve I/O activity.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_DISK_READ_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks read in from disks by the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_DISK_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks written to disks by the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_ACTIVE_PROC

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of processes associated with this command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_THREADS

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of light-weight processes by the command.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_CPU_UTIL

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total CPU time consumed by the user. It’s the sum of CPU user and system time of all processes belongs to the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in user mode consumed by the user. It’s the sum of CPU user time of all processes belong to the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in system or privilege mode by the user. It’s the sum of CPU system time of all processes belong to the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_PAGE_FAULT_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of the number of major page faults caused by the user. Major page faults involve I/O activity.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_DISK_READ_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks read in from disks by the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_DISK_WRITE_RATE

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks written out to disks by the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_ACTIVE_PROC

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of processes owned by this user.

[1]SYNCNF

CPU_NUM

N

N

N

Y (type:npar)

N

N

The number of physical processors (cores) assigned to the resource pool.

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Hyper-V

The following table lists dataset and metric information for Hyper-V:

Dataset

Metric

Hyper-V host

Hyper-V partition

Hyper-V cluster

Description

vh:hv

gm:hv

vhc:hv

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_ID

Y

N

N

A serial number is a unique number assigned by a manufacturer for identifying a physical element (for example system, baseboard or processor) which varies from its successor or predecessor by a fixed value.

[1] SYSCNF

DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

Generally, the description field is used by the data provider to include additional detail about the system being managed for reporting, collaboration and in some cases categorization.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

Y

N

N

The name of the operating system running on the physical system. It applies to physical system directly hosting operating system image only.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_VER

Y

N

N

The specific version of the operating system running on the physical system. For the hosts of a hypervisor (full and para virtualization solutions), it specifies the hypervisor version.

[1] SYSCNF

ALIAS_NAME

Y

N

N

The alias name for the physical host.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

Y

N

N

The number of physical processors on the system

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_TOTAL_MHZ

Y

N

N

The total frequency of CPU (the sum of each physical CPU core)

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

Y

N

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each logical processor based on SPEC rating. Computed based on SPEC rating associated to system.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

Y

N

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each logical processor in unit of MHZ 

[1] SYSCNF

LCPU_NUM

Y

N

N

 The number of logical processors on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

Y

N

N

 the total processor time used by each logical processor, normalized by the number of logical processors. 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

Y

N

N

the average CPU system or privilege processor time used by each logical processor, normalized  by the number of logical processors .

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

Y

N

N

The average CPU user processor time used by each logical processor,  normalized by the number of logical processors .

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_IDLE

Y

N

N

Average amount of time that the physical system is idle or blocked on some event expressed as a fraction of the interval time, by the number of logical processors. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total disk IO rate for the system. In order to obtain the average IO rate per disk, the presentation layer can normalize the disk IO rate by the number of configured disks.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total number of disks configured for the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_FS_SIZE

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total file systems size for the system. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_USED

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total amount of file systems in use for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_UTIL

Y

N

N

The utilization of total file systems. This metric captures the  percentage of file systems in use  for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

Y

N

N

This metric captures the overall network activity for the system based on number of bytes sent and received from its network interface cards. The average network rate can be obtained by normalizing the network rate by the number of configured network interfaces.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

Y

N

N

This metric captures the number of network interfaces that are configured and in use by the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory installed for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USED

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

Y

N

N

The utilization of physical memory. This metric captures the percentage of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

Y

N

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory not in use on the system.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_NUM

Y

N

N

Number of virtual machine configured to run on the virtualized host.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_ON_NUM

Y

N

N

Number of virtual machines that are powered on and running on the host.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_VENDOR

Y

N

N

The name of the independent hardware vendor (IHV) that manufacturers or distributes the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

The computer hardware description provides additional information that is sometimes needed to differentiate similar computer hardware models.  This is most notable in hardware models running Solaris operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_MODEL

Y

N

N

The computer hardware model is the physical part of the computer.  A computer hardware model consists of the following components: motherboard, power supply, storage controllers, removable media devices, internal storage and networking.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_VENDOR

Y

N

N

The name of the company that either manufacturers or distributes the CPU processor (cores) for the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MODEL

Y

Y

N

The central processing unit (CPU) model defines the processor or core that is used by the motherboard to execute instructions provided by the operating system and hosted applications.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

N

The central processing unit (CPU) description provides additional information that is sometimes required to differentiate different CPU models.  This is most notable in Windows operating systems running on Intel Xeon and Pentium IV processors.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MHZ

Y

Y

N

The clock rate is the fundamental rate in cycles per second (measured in hertz) at which a CPU performs its most basic operations.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_MAX_PROCESSORS

Y

N

N

The maximum number of physical processors configured for the computer hardware model.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_THREADS_PER_CORE

Y

N

N

The thread per core field is used with the multi-threading hardware type to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_CORES_PER_SOCKET

Y

N

N

The core per socket field is used with the maximum number of physical processors field to count the number of sockets that are available on the computer hardware model for software licensing purposes.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MT_TYPE

Y

N

N

The multi-threading hardware type field is used with the thread per core to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_VALUE

Y

N

N

The performance rating is the reported benchmark result reported for the benchmark rating system.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_SOURCE

Y

N

N

The performance rating source field identifies which hardware table was used to obtain the performance rating.  The possible options include the default hardware table, which provides hardware vendor published numbers, and user hardware table, which usually provides BMC estimated numbers or vendor numbers that are not published.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_COMP

Y

N

N

The performance rating computation type is used to differentiate when a benchmark result has been reported and when it has been converted.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_DATE

Y

N

N

The hardware table build date field is used to identify which hardware table was used to provide the benchmark results that are reported in the database.

[1] SYSCNF

CLUSTER_NAME

N

N

Y

The name of the cluster.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_NUM

N

N

Y

This metric indicates the total number of hosts in the cluster.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_NUM

N

N

Y

This metric indicates the total number of virtual machines in the cluster.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

N

Y

The Sum of the actively used CPU of all powered on virtual machines on all hosts in the cluster.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VCPU_NUM

N

N

Y

Number of configured Virtual CPUs on all Virtual Machines in a cluster

[95] SYSVIRGLB

VCPU_ON_NUM

N

N

Y

Number of powered on Virtual CPUs on all Virtual Machines in a cluster

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_ON_NUM

N

N

Y

Number of virtual machines that are powered on and running in a cluster

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

N

Y

the total disk IO rate from all the VMware hosts in a cluster

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

N

Y

The total network sent and received from its network interface cards from all hosts in a cluster.

[1] SYSCNF

NET_IP_ADDRESS

N

Y

N

The IP address that identifies the guest operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

N

Y

N

The name of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_VER

N

Y

N

The version of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

Y

N

The IP address that identifies the guest operating system.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_SHARES

N

Y

N

The name of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_RESERVED_MHZ

N

Y

N

The version of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_LIMIT_MHZ

N

Y

N

The maximum processing power assigned to the virtual machine in MHz.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_SHARES

N

Y

N

The memory shares configured for the virtual machine. The relative memory shares among all busy virtual machines on the same physical system or within the same resource pool determines the proportion of memory that is guaranteed to the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

MEM_RESERVED

N

Y

N

The reserved memory size for virtual machine. A virtual machine is guaranteed to get its reserved memory size.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

Y

N

The average processor time used by the virtual machine normalized by  CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor in unit of MHZ 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

N

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor based on SPEC rating. Computed based on SPEC rating associated to system.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

N

Y

N

The average system or privilege processor time used by the virtual machine, normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

N

Y

N

The average user processor time used by the virtual machine by each processor , normalized by CPU processor.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

Y

N

Amount of data read and written in the interval, summarized across all the disks used by the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

N

Y

N

The number of disks configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

N

Y

N

The I/O performed by the virtual machine that reads from or writes to the paging (swap) devices. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_IN_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total pages paging in from disk activity for the virtual machine. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SWAP_OUT_BYTE_RATE

N

Y

N

This metric captures the total pages paging out to disk activity for the virtual machine. For VMware ESX Server, this metric measures only the paging I/O to the host level swap device. It does not account the paging I/O within the guest OS.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

N

Y

N

The total memory size configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

N

Y

N

The memory used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

N

Y

N

The percentage of memory used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

N

Y

N

The memory not used or consumed by the virtual machine.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL

Y

Y

N

The CPU used metric is a measure of the CPU busy time of the processor within the interval.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

Y

N

N

The CPU system used metric is a measure of the system or privilege processor time used by the processor within the interval.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_USER

Y

N

N

The CPU user used metric is a measure of the total user processor time used by the processor within the interval.

[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_READS_RATEYNNThe rate of transfers of data from disk or other block devices to system buffers. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATEYNNThe rate of transfers of data from system buffers to disk or other block devices. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_LOGICAL_READS_RATEYNNThe rate of logical reads to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_LOGICAL_WRITES_RATEYNNThe rate of logical writes to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux)), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_LOGICAL_WRITES_RATEYNNThe rate of logical writes to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux)), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_PHYSICAL_READS_RATEYNNThe rate of physical reads to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical reads that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATEYNNThe rate of physical writes to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical writes that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_INS_RATEYNNThe rate of executable pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_OUTS_RATEYNNThe rate of executable pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_FREES_RATEYNNThe rate of executable pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_INS_RATEYNNThe rate of anonymous pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_OUTS_RATEYNNThe rate of anonymous pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_FREES_RATEYNNThe rate of anonymous pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FILESYS_PAGE_INS_RATEYNNThe rate of file system pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FILESYS_PAGE_OUTS_RATEYNNThe rate of file system pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FILESYS_PAGE_FREES_RATEYNNThe rate of filesystem pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FREELISTYNNThe rate of memory pages being freed for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

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KVM

The following table lists dataset and metric information for KVM:

Dataset

Metric

KVM host

KVM guest

Description

vh:kvm

gm:kvm

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_IDLE

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of unused CPU time. It denotes the percentage of time the CPU was idle.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_USER

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of processor load. Application related CPU activity. It denotes the percentage of CPU utilization that occurred while executing at
user level (application).

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of processor load. System related CPU activity. It denotes the percentage of CPU utilization that occurred while executing at system level (kernel).

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL_WAIO

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of I/O wait time. This denotes the percentage at time the CPU was idle but had an outstanding I/O request to disk. This number may not be available on all platforms, in which case it will be 0.

[37] SYSCPU

BYCPU_CPU_UTIL

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of processor load. This denotes the percentage of the CPU that is being utilized.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_MODEL

Y

N

This metric identifies disk type(model) of the disk or disk module as specified by the manufacturer.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PAGING_TYPE

Y

N

This metric identifies whether a disk is hosting any paging device.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_TYPE

Y

N

This metric distinguishes the virtual disks from physical disks.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_DEV

Y

N

This metric identifies the physical disk that backs the virtual disk. It applies to virtual disks only.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_TRANSFER_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the rate of I/O performed by the disk.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_UTIL

Y

N

The disk utilization. This metric identifies the percentage of time that the disk is busy on servicing the I/O requests.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_SERVICE_TIME

Y

N

The average disk service time per I/O. This metric identifies the effective service time in milliseconds for each I/O operation on the disk. This time does not include any queuing delay.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_NONPAGING_IO_RATE

Y

N

The rate of general disk I/O. The general disk I/O is the I/O not going to or from the paging devices

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PAGING_IO_RATE

Y

N

The rate of disk paging I/O. The paging I/O is the I/O  going to or from the paging devices.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_IO_READ_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies number of blocks read by this disk per second

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_IO_WRITE_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of blocks written by disk per second

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_PHYS_IO_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of I/O transfer operations performed by this disk per second

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_QUEUE_SIZE

Y

N

This metric identifies the average number of I/O requests in the queue, which are waiting to access, or accessing, the disk.

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_SIZE

Y

N

This metric identifies the size of the disk in megabytes

[4] SYSDSK

BYDISK_BLOCK_SIZE

Y

N

This metric identifies block size of disk in bytes.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_FREE

Y

N

The free space on the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_FREE_INODES

Y

N

The number of free inodes on the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_USED_SPACE_PCT

Y

N

The space utilization of the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_USED_INODES_PCT

Y

N

The utilization of inodes in the files ystem.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_SIZE

Y

N

The total capacity of the file system.

[31] STOFS

BYFS_TOTAL_INODES

Y

N

The total inodes on the file system.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_IN_PKT_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of packets received on the particular interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_OUT_PKT_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of packets sent on the particular interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_IN_BYTE_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of bytes received by the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_OUT_BYTE_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of bytes sent by the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_COLLISION_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of collisions on the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_ERROR_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the average number of errors on the interface.
This metric consists of both input and output errors.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_BANDWIDTH

Y

N

This metric identifies the bandwidth of the network interface.

[5] SYSNET

BYIF_DUPLEX_STATUS

Y

N

This metric identifies the duplex type of the network interface. Half duplex allows the the communication only one direction at a time, while full duplex provides communication at both direction simultaneously.

[1] SYSCNF

NETWORK_DOMAIN

Y

N

The domain name is used to identify a system or group of systems on the internet. The name appears as a component of a Web site's URL, for example bmc.com.  Domain name systems associate various sorts of information with the domain name including the translation of the human readable domain name into IP addresses. This field applies only to the standalone systems. It will be empty (' ') for physical systems that are not hosting OS image directly.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_ID

Y

N

A serial number is a unique number assigned by a manufacturer for identifying a physical element (for example system, baseboard or processor) which varies from its successor or predecessor by a fixed value.

[1] SYSCNF

DESCRIPTION

Y

N

Generally, the description field is used by the data provider to include additional detail about the system being managed for reporting, collaboration and in some cases categorization.

[1] SYSCNF

NET_IP_ADDRESS

Y

N

The IP address that identifies the physical system. This field is relevant for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE, WPAR,HPIVM

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

Y

N

The name of the operating system running on the physical system. It applies to physical system directly hosting operating system image only.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_VER

Y

N

The specific version of the operating system running on the physical system. For the hosts of a hypervisor (full and para virtualization solutions), it specifies the hypervisor version.

[1] SYSCNF

MEM_PAGE_SIZE

Y

N

A "page" is a block of contiguous virtual memory addresses.  This page size varies by operating system, and systems with large virtual address ranges or large amounts of real memory (for example RAM) generally use larger page sizes.

[1] SYSCNF

ALIAS_NAME

Y

N

The alias name for the physical host.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

Y

N

The number of physical processors on the system

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_TOTAL_MHZ

Y

N

The total frequency of CPU (the sum of each physical CPU core)

[1] SYSCNF

LCPU_NUM

Y

N

 The number of logical processors on the system. 

[95] SYSVIRGLB

UPTIME_PCT

Y

N

The system uptime is a measure of the time a computer system has been "up" and running

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

Y

N

 the total processor time used by each logical processor, normalized by the number of logical processors. 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILSPEC

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each logical processor based on SPEC rating. Computed based on SPEC rating associated to system.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

Y

N

a measure of the total processor time used by each logical processor in unit of MHZ 

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

Y

N

the average CPU system or privilege processor time used by each logical processor, normalized  by the number of logical processors .

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_USER

Y

N

The average CPU user processor time used by each logical processor,  normalized by the number of logical processors .

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_IDLE

Y

N

Average amount of time that the physical system is idle or blocked on some event expressed as a fraction of the interval time, by the number of logical processors. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL_WAIO

Y

N

The averaged processor time the system spending on waiting for I/O, by the number of logical processors  .Available for systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_RUN_QUEUE

Y

N

The average CPU queue length of the system.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

Y

N

This metric captures the total disk IO rate for the system. In order to obtain the average IO rate per disk, the presentation layer can normalize the disk IO rate by the number of configured disks.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_SCAN_RATE

Y

N

The rate of total memory scans for the system. Scan rate is a good indicator of memory shortage. When the memory is under stress, the scan rate will go up high. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_NUM

Y

N

This metric captures the total number of disks configured for the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_FS_SIZE

Y

N

This metric captures the total file systems size for the system. Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_USED

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of file systems in use for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_FS_UTIL

Y

N

The utilization of total file systems. This metric captures the  percentage of file systems in use  for the system.  Available for systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE,WPAR,ESX,HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

Y

N

This metric captures the overall network activity for the system based on number of bytes sent and received from its network interface cards. The average network rate can be obtained by normalizing the network rate by the number of configured network interfaces.

[1] SYSCNF

NETIF_NUM

Y

N

This metric captures the number of network interfaces that are configured and in use by the physical system.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory installed for the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USED

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

Y

N

The utilization of physical memory. This metric captures the percentage of physical memory in use on the system.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

Y

N

This metric captures the total amount of physical memory not in use on the system.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_NUM

Y

N

Number of virtual machine configured to run on the virtualized host.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

GM_ON_NUM

Y

N

Number of virtual machines that are powered on and running on the host.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_COMMITED_AS

Y

N

The amount of committed virtual memory. It is the physical memory which has space reserved on swap device. This metric gives a guest estimate of how much RAM/swap would be needed in the worst-case. In BPA 9.0, the metric is available to Linux systems only.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CACHED

Y

N

The size of the buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND, ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_IN_RATE

Y

N

The rate of paging operations to bring pages into memory on the system. Mem_paging_in includes not only the I/O from swap space, but also I/O from file systems. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_PAGE_OUT_RATE

Y

N

The rate of paging operations to write pages out to swap space on the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_SYSTEM

Y

N

The amount of the kernel that is resident (not paged out) in memory for standalone UNIX systems. The size of paged pool that is resident in the main memory for standalone Windows systems.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_USER

Y

N

The size of user memory on this system

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_REAL_UTIL

Y

N

The percentage of memory excluding file system cache and buffers in use on Unix machine during the interval.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_USER

Y

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in user mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_SYSTEM

Y

N

The percentage of physical memory in use during the interval in system mode.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL_CACHED

Y

N

The percentage of cached memory in use during the interval.

[1] SYSCNF

DISK_SIZE

Y

N

The total size of the disks configured for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_LDISK_SIZE

Y

N

The total size of the logical volumes configured for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

TOTAL_LDISK_USED

Y

N

The overall used space of logical volumes on the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_IO_RATE

Y

N

The rate of disk I/O transfer operations performed by all configured physical disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_READ_RATE

Y

N

The rate of data read from all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_WRITE_RATE

Y

N

The rate of data written to all disks. This metric is accumulated from the metric at disk level. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_VENDOR

Y

N

The name of the independent hardware vendor (IHV) that manufacturers or distributes the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

The computer hardware description provides additional information that is sometimes needed to differentiate similar computer hardware models.  This is most notable in hardware models running Solaris operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

HW_MODEL

Y

N

The computer hardware model is the physical part of the computer.  A computer hardware model consists of the following components: motherboard, power supply, storage controllers, removable media devices, internal storage and networking.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_VENDOR

Y

N

The name of the company that either manufacturers or distributes the CPU processor (cores) for the computer hardware model used to host the operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MODEL

Y

Y

The central processing unit (CPU) model defines the processor or core that is used by the motherboard to execute instructions provided by the operating system and hosted applications.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

The central processing unit (CPU) description provides additional information that is sometimes required to differentiate different CPU models.  This is most notable in Windows operating systems running on Intel Xeon and Pentium IV processors.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MHZ

Y

Y

The clock rate is the fundamental rate in cycles per second (measured in hertz) at which a CPU performs its most basic operations.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_MAX_PROCESSORS

Y

N

The maximum number of physical processors configured for the computer hardware model.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_THREADS_PER_CORE

Y

N

The thread per core field is used with the multi-threading hardware type to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_CORES_PER_SOCKET

Y

N

The core per socket field is used with the maximum number of physical processors field to count the number of sockets that are available on the computer hardware model for software licensing purposes.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_MT_TYPE

Y

N

The multi-threading hardware type field is used with the thread per core to identify hardware systems with simultaneous multi-threading technology.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_VALUE

Y

N

The performance rating is the reported benchmark result reported for the benchmark rating system.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_SOURCE

Y

N

The performance rating source field identifies which hardware table was used to obtain the performance rating.  The possible options include the default hardware table, which provides hardware vendor published numbers, and user hardware table, which usually provides BMC estimated numbers or vendor numbers that are not published.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_COMP

Y

N

The performance rating computation type is used to differentiate when a benchmark result has been reported and when it has been converted.

[33] SYSGEN

BYBENCHMARK_DATE

Y

N

The hardware table build date field is used to identify which hardware table was used to provide the benchmark results that are reported in the database.

[1] SYSCNF

NET_MAC_ADDRESS

N

Y

The MAC address that identifies the NIC adapter of the guest operating system.

[1] SYSCNF

OS_TYPE

N

Y

The name of the guest operating system running on the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

CPU_NUM

N

Y

Number of virtual processors configured for the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_SHARES

N

Y

The CPU shares configured for the virtual machine. The relative CPU shares among all busy virtual machines on the same physical system or within the same resource pool determines the proportion of CPU time that is guaranteed to the virtual machine.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_RESERVED_MHZ

N

Y

The total processing power reserved for the virtual machine in MHz. A virtual machine is guaranteed to get its reserved CPU.

[95] SYSVIRGLB

CPU_LIMIT_MHZ

N

Y

The maximum processing power assigned to the virtual machine in MHz.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTIL

N

Y

The average processor time used by the virtual machine, normalized by virtual processors.

[2] SYSGLB

DISK_TRANSFER_RATE

N

Y

This metric captures the total I/O Rate of the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

NET_BIT_RATE

N

Y

This metric indicates the network activity of the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

TOTAL_REAL_MEM

N

Y

Total memory configured for the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_CONSUMED

N

Y

Amount of memory used by the virtual machine. For HPIVM, this number is computed using the private pages of the process in the host OS under which the virtual machine is running.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_UTIL

N

Y

The percentage of memory used by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

MEM_FREE

N

Y

Amount of memory not used by the virtual machine.

[2] SYSGLB

CPU_UTILMHZ

N

Y

a measure of the total processor time used by each processor in unit of MHZ 

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_NAME

N

Y

The name of the host physical system of the virtual machine.

[1] SYSCNF

HOST_ID

N

Y

The host ID of the host physical system of the virtual machine.

[100] PROCDET

W_DESCRIPTION

Y

N

The description used to store additional information about the workload.

[100] PROCDET

W_TRANSACTION_RATE

Y

N

The transaction rate of the workload. It represents the average number of transactions completed for the workload in an hour. The transaction rate of remote workload is reported as zero.

[100] PROCDET

W_RESPONSE_TIME

Y

N

The average response time per transaction of the workload. This field is populated by Predict only.

[100] PROCDET

W_CPU_UTIL

Y

N

The CPU utilization of the workload.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_PRIVATE_ACTIVE

Y

N

The actively used private memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_PRIVATE_INACTIVE

Y

N

The inactive private memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_SHARED_ACTIVE

Y

N

The actively used shared memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_SHARED_INACTIVE

Y

N

The inactive shared memory pages of the workload. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[100] PROCDET

W_MEM_ALL

Y

N

The total memory pages of the workload including actively used or inactive private page, actively used or inactived shared pages. The page size here is normalized to 4 KB regardless of hardware or OS native page size.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_CPU_UTIL

Y

N

This metric identifies the total CPU time consumed by the command. It’s sum of CPU user and system time from all processes with this command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_CPU_UTIL_USER

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in user mode from all processes with the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in system or privilege mode from all processes with the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_PAGE_FAULT_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of major page faults caused by the command. Major page faults involve I/O activity.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_DISK_READ_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks read in from disks by the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_DISK_WRITE_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks written to disks by the command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_ACTIVE_PROC

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of processes associated with this command.

[3] SYSPROC

BYAPP_THREADS

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of light-weight processes by the command.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_CPU_UTIL

Y

N

This metric identifies the total CPU time consumed by the user. It’s the sum of CPU user and system time of all processes belongs to the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_CPU_UTIL_USER

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in user mode consumed by the user. It’s the sum of CPU user time of all processes belong to the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_CPU_UTIL_SYSTEM

Y

N

This metric identifies the CPU time in system or privilege mode by the user. It’s the sum of CPU system time of all processes belong to the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_PAGE_FAULT_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the measure of the number of major page faults caused by the user. Major page faults involve I/O activity.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_DISK_READ_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks read in from disks by the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_DISK_WRITE_RATE

Y

N

This metric identifies the total number of explicit blocks written out to disks by the user.

[101] SYSUSR

BYUSR_ACTIVE_PROC

Y

N

This metric identifies the number of processes owned by this user.

[111]SYSCSET

BYCSET_CPU_NUM

Y

N

The number of processors of the CSET

[111]SYSCSET

BYCSET_CPU_UTIL

Y

N

CPU Utilization % of the CSET

[111]SYSCSET

BYCSET_CPU_LIST

Y

N

The processors List of the CSET.

[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_READS_RATEYNThe rate of transfers of data from disk or other block devices to system buffers. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATEYNThe rate of transfers of data from system buffers to disk or other block devices. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_LOGICAL_READS_RATEYNThe rate of logical reads to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_BUF_LOGICAL_WRITES_RATEYNThe rate of logical writes to buffer cache in the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux)), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_PHYSICAL_READS_RATEYNThe rate of physical reads to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical reads that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_PHYSICAL_WRITES_RATEYNThe rate of physical writes to disk or other devices in the system. These are physical writes that represent raw I/O. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only with the exception of Linux), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_INS_RATEYNThe rate of executable pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_OUTS_RATEYNThe rate of executable pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_EXECUTABLE_PAGE_FREES_RATEYNThe rate of executable pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_INS_RATEYNThe rate of anonymous pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_OUTS_RATEYNThe rate of anonymous pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_ANONYMOUS_PAGE_FREES_RATEYNThe rate of anonymous pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FILESYS_PAGE_INS_RATEYNThe rate of file system pages paged in. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FILESYS_PAGE_OUTS_RATEYNThe rate of file system pages paged out. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FILESYS_PAGE_FREES_RATEYNThe rate of filesystem pages freed. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_FREELISTYNThe rate of memory pages being freed for the system. This metric is available to systems with Host_Type IND (Unix only), ZONE, WPAR, HPIVM.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_HUGE_PAGES_ANONYMOUSYNTransparent Huge Pages (THP) are enabled by default in RHEL 6 for all applications. Anonymous huge pages indicate the number of transparent huge pages allocated for all applications that are running on the system.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_HUGE_PAGES_FREEYNThe number of huge pages in the pool that are yet to be allocated.
[112] SYSMEM

MEM_HUGE_PAGE_SIZE

YNThe default size of the huge pages.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_HUGE_PAGES_RESERVEDYNThe number of huge pages that were committed for allocation from the pool, but are still waiting to be allocated. Reserved huge pages ensure that an application can allocate a huge page from the huge pages pool during fault time.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_HUGE_PAGES_SURPLUSYNThe number of huge pages in the pool that exceed the /proc/sys/vm/nr_hugepages value. The maximum number of surplus huge pages is controlled by the /proc/sys/vm/nr_overcommit_hugepages value.
[112] SYSMEMMEM_HUGE_PAGES_TOTALYNThe size of the huge pages pool.

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