Using the tmsh command line interface, you can view various types of statistics with respect to the vCMP system. You can view both guest statistics and virtual disk statistics.
The following table shows sample statistics.
|Disk||Slot ID||Number of Virtual Disks||Total Volume Size (GB)||Available Volume Size (GB)|
The following table shows sample statistics for three separate virtual disks.
|Virtual Disk Name||Slot ID||Operating System||Status||Disk use|
The following table lists the kinds of statistics that you can view for an individual VM.
|Name||The name of the vCMP guest.|
|ID||A number that identifies the guest.|
|Slot||The slots on which the guest is running.|
|PID||The process ID of the VM on the indicated slot.|
|Status||The status of the VM. Valid statuses are: failed, stopped, starting, running, stopping, wait-install, installing, and acquire-vdisk.|
|Requested state||The most-recently requested guest state. Valid states are: configured, provisioned, and deployed.|
|Request complete||An indicator of whether the VM has achieved the most-recently requested state. Valid indicators are: true and false.|
|Disk use||The amount of virtual disk, in gigabytes, currently allocated to the VM.|
|Memory use||The amount of physical memory currently allocated to the VM.|
|Base MAC/MAC addresses||The block of MAC addresses that the guest is using.|
|Cores||The number of CPU cores allocated to the guest.|
|VDisk||The file name of the virtual disk on this slot for the named guest.|
|Starts||The number of times that the VM has restarted.|
|Retries||The number of times that the requested operation has failed and re-tried. The maximum value is 3.|
|Uptime||The date and time at which the VM reached the deployed state with a Request Complete value of true.|
|Comments||Useful information regarding VM installation progress, number of failures (if any), and so on.|