The storage health overview dashboard provides a high-level view of the host, datastores, storage endpoints such as Storage LUN or NFS Share with NAS servers. The dashboard also enables you to troubleshoot health-related problems at the storage level, and then move on to the individual processes by viewing the topology and alerts.
|Select a host||
Displays the list of all the ESXi hosts discovered by the vCenter adapter. You can select a host to view the details related to it in the other widgets.
|datastores on the host||
Displays the datastores discovered by the vCenter adapter. The list of datastores depend on the host you select in the first widget. You can select the datastores on the host to view the details related to it in the other widgets.
|Are there any alerts on HBA?||
Displays any HBA related alerts. When you select a host, any alerts related to it get listed in this widget.
|Storage endpoint on the datastore||
Displays the appropriate storage endpoints for the datastores you select, for example, the storage LUN or the NFS share.
|NAS server of the datastore||
Displays the NAS server that is associated with the NFS share.
|FC switches connected to the host||
Displays the fibre channels which are on the host. This widget is triggered when the host is selected. In case a host does not have a fibre channel associated with it, nothing is displayed.
Displays the storage controller that is associated with the storage LUN.
Displays the storage array properties that are associated with the storage controller.
|Commands averaged at the host||
Displays the commands averaged metrics for each HBA.
|Total read latency at the host||
Displays the total number of read latency for each HBA.
|Total write latency at the host||
Displays the total number of write latency for each HBA.
|Number of writes averaged at the host||
Displays the number of read averaged for each HBA.
|Number of reads averaged at the host||
Displays the number of write averaged for each HBA.
|HBA read IOPS||
Displays the HBA read input output per second.
|HBA write IOPS||
Displays the HBA write input output per second.