Disk: ZFS Logical I/O Bytes

This statistic shows logical access to the ZFS filesystem as bytes/second. Logical I/O refers to the type of operations as those that are requested to the filesystem, such as by NFS, as opposed to physical I/O, which are the requests by the filesystem to the back-end pool disks.

When to Check ZFS Logical I/O Bytes

This could be useful while investigating how I/O is processed between the Protocol layer and pool disks.

ZFS Logical I/O Bytes Breakdowns

Table 6-18 Breakdowns of ZFS Logical I/O Bytes

Breakdown Description

type of operation


pool name

Name of the disk pool.