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HP EVA SAN - TLViz ? Any one use ?

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Hi,
Im trying to monitor the performance of the EVA, ive captured a days worth of activity, used the TLViz formatter and viewed the results in TLViz

My question is is firstly does anyone use this? and if so how can i tell if the disk group is struggling? kind of what is a good result for read/write latency,drive queue etc?

Any help greatly appreciated
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That depends on your application and the types of disks you have.  
I would suggest you baseline your application(s) when they are known to be working good and then use that as a trend line (i.e.: variation from the baseline indicates a problem).

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