After creating vCMP guests to process application traffic, you can display vCMP statistics to better manage performance.
The following table shows sample statistics for three separate virtual disks.
|Virtual Disk Name||Slot ID||Operating System||Status||Disk use|
You can review current vCMP statistics for all guests on the BIG-IP system. The information shown includes the guest name, bytes, packets, multicast packets, dropped packets, and average CPU use. VIPRION systems also include slot information.
The following table shows sample statistics.
|Disk||Slot ID||Number of Virtual Disks||Total Volume Size (GB)||Available Volume Size (GB)|
|Select this option||To see these vCMP statistics|
|Overview||Top statistical information about vCMP traffic on your system, such as the top vCMP guests by average CPU usage. You can customize the information that is displayed by adding widgets that show the information you want from the other screens.|
|Network||Average throughput or bytes in or out per vCMP guest, interface, or chassis slot.|
|CPU Usage||Average CPU usage per vCMP guest or chassis slot.|
|Disk Usage||Average bytes or requests read or written per vCMP guest or chassis slot.|
This figure shows a sample vCMP Statistics report showing a system on which there are two guests. The chart shows the average CPU usage for the guests over the past day.
You can view other statistics, such as network statistics, by clicking items on the menu bar. This figure shows network statistics for vCMP guests during the last hour, but you can also view statistics by vCMP interfaces or chassis slots. You can also change the time frame for which to view the statistics.
By clicking guest_1 in the table below the chart, you can drill down to see what is happening for that guest. For example, here you can see the throughput for each of the interfaces on guest_1.
You can further drill down by clicking an interface to see additional details, or view CPU or disk usage by clicking the menu bar.