Cluster and Service Group Analysis in Veritas Operations Manager Enterprise Server 5.0

Article:HOWTO77562  |  Created: 2012-08-10  |  Updated: 2012-09-05  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO77562
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Cluster and Service Group Analysis in Veritas Operations Manager Enterprise Server 5.0

The Cluster and Service Group Analysis package is one of the reporting packages that ships with Veritas Operations Manager Enterprise Server.

Use the Cluster and Service Group Analysis package metrics to track inventory information about clusters and resources, uptime analysis, and failover event history.

Table: Cluster Inventory Metrics

Metric

Description

Number of Clusters

Number of clusters discovered.

Number of Cluster Nodes

Number of cluster nodes.

Number of Service Groups

Number of service groups.

Number of Resources

Number of resources in the cluster service group.

Table: Service Group Inventory Metrics

Metric

Description

Number of Resources

Number of resources in the cluster service group.

Table: Service Group Uptime Analysis Metrics

Metric

Description

Time in Online State

Time in Offline State

Time in Partial State

Time in Faulted State

Time in Transient State

Time in Unknown State

Metrics that show how long a cluster or service group was in the selected state in a given time window, with the time displayed in a user friendly format, for example: 1 day(s) 20 hours 20 minutes 45 seconds.

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Time in Transient State refers to when a service group is in the process of starting, stopping, or faulting. Time in Unknown State refers to the time before the service group was discovered by Veritas Operations Manager.

These metrics are most useful when you apply a filter to restrict the time window to a desired value. For example, apply the Last 30 Days filter from Uptime Analysis Filters > Time Window Filters.

Time Total

Displays the time window considered when computing uptime metrics. The value changes based on the Time Windows filter you applied. The maximum value for this metric depends on the amount of historical information tracked by Veritas Operations Manager Enterprise Server.

Time in Online State (secs)

Time in Offline State (secs)

Time in Partial State (secs)

Time in Faulted State (secs)

Time in Transient State (secs)

Time in Unknown State (secs)

How long a cluster or service group was in the selected state for a given time window. The time is displayed in seconds. These metrics are useful when doing more complex arithmetic to computer percentages and ratios of durations.

These metrics are most useful when you apply a filter to restrict the time window to a desired value. For example, apply the Last 30 Days filter from Uptime Analysis Filters > Time Window Filters.

Time Total (secs)

Displays the time window, in seconds, considered when computing uptime metrics. The value changes based on the Time Windows filter you applied. The maximum value for this metric depends on the amount of historical information tracked by Veritas Operations Manager Enterprise Server .

Table: Cluster and Service Group Failover Event Analysis Metrics

Metric

Description

Planned Failovers

Number of successful planned failovers that occurred for a service group or cluster.

Unplanned Automatic Failovers

Number of successful unplanned automatic failover events that occurred for a service group or cluster

Unplanned Manual Failovers

Number of successful unplanned manual failover events that occurred for a service group or cluster.

Successful Failovers

Total number of successful failover events.

Failed Failovers

Total number of unsuccessful failover events.

See About packages and namespaces in Veritas Operations Manager Enterprise Server 5.0

See Report schema definitions (Cognos metamodel) in Veritas Operations Manager Enterprise Server 5.0


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