This documentation relates to the latest released version of BMC Discovery.
See the information on this topic for versions 11.2 or 11.1.

This topic provides information and instructions for viewing hardware statistics:

To access the Hardware Statistics page

  1. From the main menu, click the Administration Settings icon.
  2. In the Appliance section, click Performance.
  3. Click the Hardware tab.
  4. Select the date for which you want to view the performance data, from the Date drop-down selector.
  5. If you are viewing a cluster, you can also select individual machines or the whole cluster from the View drop-down selector.

Daily SAR statistics

The Daily SAR Statistics chart shows the CPU usage and disk I/O wait time as percentages for the last 30 days. The left margin represents the start time until 30 days have elapsed; subsequently, it represents 30 days in the past. The right margin represents the most recent data.

Hourly SAR statistics

The Hourly SAR Statistics chart shows the CPU usage and disk I/O wait time as percentages for the last 24 hours.

Hourly memory usage statistics

The Hourly Memory Usage Statistics chart shows the memory usage as a percentage for the last 24 hours.

Hourly paging statistics

The Hourly Paging Statistics chart shows the rate at which the appliance has been paging over the last 24 hours.

Hourly average traffic statistics

The Hourly Average Traffic Statistics chart shows the transmitted and received network traffic for each network interface for the last 24 hours.

Daily disk usage statistics

The Daily Disk Usage chart shows the disk usage for each physical device and each logical RAID device, as a percentage of used disk capacity. The left margin represents the start time until 30 days have elapsed; subsequently it represents 30 days in the past. The right margin represents the most recent data.

Related topics

Monitoring appliance performance

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