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How do I tell what "other" NFS iops are being processed within my volume?

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ONTAP 9

Answer

  1. Switch to the diag mode on the cluster shell.

Cluster1::> set -privilege diagnostic

  1. Start the statistics for the NFS detailed ops counters.

Cluster1::*> statistics start -sample-id <samplename> -object volume -instance <volname> -counter nfs_read_ops|nfs_write_ops|nfs_other_ops|nfs_access_ops|nfs_getattr_ops|nfs_lookup_ops|nfs_total_ops

Statistics collection is being started for sample-id: <samplename>

  1. Wait for several minutes, then stop the statistics sample.

Cluster1::*> statistics stop -sample-id <samplename>

Statistics collection is being stopped for sample-id: <samplename>

  1. Check the NFS detailed ops.

Cluster1::*> statistics show -sample-id <samplename>

Object: volume
Instance: <samplename>
Start-time: 4/16/2021 19:19:10
End-time: 4/16/2021 19:19:25
Elapsed-time: 15s
Scope: svm1
    Counter                                                     Value
    -------------------------------- --------------------------------
    nfs_access_ops                                                  0
    nfs_getattr_ops                                                 0
    nfs_lookup_ops                                                  0
    nfs_other_ops                                                   0
    nfs_read_ops                                                    0
    nfs_total_ops                                                   0
    nfs_write_ops                                                   0
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