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Release 2.4 for Linux x86-64

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Performance Metrics

This section provides information about the following performance metrics:

Response Metric

The Response metric is collected from an Oracle Hardware System target every 5 minutes. The metric column Status indicates if data can be obtained from the Oracle ILOM service processor or not. A status of 1 means that the server is online, or up, and a status of 0 means that the server is offline, or down.

Meter Metrics

The Meter metrics are collected from an Oracle Hardware System target every 10 minutes. The metrics provide an overview of actual values detected on the Oracle Hardware System target. The following table explains the different metrics.

Table 4-1 Meter Metrics Provided by an Oracle Hardware System Target
Metric Column
Description
Actual Power Consumption
Actual value of the total server's power consumption in Watts
Exhaust Air Temperature
Actual value of the server chassis exhaust air in degrees Celsius
Inlet Air Temperature
Actual value of the server chassis inlet air temperature in degrees Celsius

System Health Metrics

The System Health metrics are collected from an Oracle Hardware System target every 10 minutes. The metrics provide an overview of the Oracle Hardware System target's health and any problems that have been detected. The following table explains the different metrics.

Table 4-2 System Health Metrics Provided by an Oracle Hardware System Target
Metric Column
Description
Health
Overall health status of the entire system. Possible values: OK, Warning, Service Required
Health Details
Explanation of the current overall health status
Open Problems
Number of hardware-related problems diagnosed on the system
Cooling Health
Health status of the cooling subsystem (fan modules, fans, temperatures). Possible values: OK, Warning, Service Required
Cooling Health Details
Explanation of the current cooling health status
Processors Health
Health status of the CPUs. Possible values: OK, Warning, Service Required
Processors Health Details
Explanation of the current processors health status
Memory Health
Health status of the memory subsystem (DIMMs). Possible values: OK, Warning, Service Required
Memory Health Details
Explanation of the current memory health status
Power Health
Health status of the power subsystem (power supplies, input power). Possible values: OK, Warning, Service Required
Power Health Details
Explanation of the current power health status
Storage Health
Health status of the storage subsystem (disks, controllers, logical volumes, flash modules). Possible values: OK, Warning, Service Required
Storage Health Details
Explanation of the current storage health status

Open Problem Details

The Open Problem Details are collected from an Oracle Hardware System target running Oracle ILOM 3.1 or above every 10 minutes. The Open Problems Details shows problems diagnosed by the service processor and provides information to help you identify the cause. The following table explains the different properties of an open problem.

Table 4-3 Open Problem Details Provided by an Oracle Hardware System Target
Metric Column
Description
Component
Hardware component where the problem was detected
Part number
Optional information about the part number
Probability
Probability that the component identified in the open problem is actually the source of the problem
Problem Description
Details about what problem has been detected
Reference Document
The link to a service document, if available
Subsystem
Subsystem that contains the component