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Hi, is there a way to see the iops/throughput stats on a EMC celebra NAS?

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In NAS IOPS do not measure the majority of the requests a client makes as these are requests for information about directories, quotas, files and permissions.These are not reflected in typical IOPS numbers.

Please read more on my article below

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Storage/A_8632-Basics-of-Storage-IOPS-on-RAID.html
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