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Does ONTAP track SMB2 or SMB3 directory creation latency?

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Applies to

ONTAP 9 

Answer

Not specifically but the directory creation latency is lumped into the smb2 object's counter create_latency

Example: 

Cluster::> set diag
 
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Cluster::*> statistics show-periodic -object smb2 -counter query_directory_latency -instance svm0 -node node1
Cluster: smb2.svm0: 3/10/2022 19:51:25
     query
 directory    Complete    Number of
   latency Aggregation Constituents
 --------- ----------- ------------
       0us      n/a      n/a
       0us      n/a      n/a
       0us      n/a      n/a
       0us      n/a      n/a
Cluster: smb2.svm0: 3/10/2022 19:51:33
     query
 directory    Complete    Number of
   latency Aggregation Constituents
 --------- ----------- ------------
Minimums:
       0us       -       -
Averages for 4 samples:
       0us       -       -
Maximums:
       0us       -       -
Cluster::*> statistics show-periodic -object smb2 -counter create_latency -instance svm0 -node node1
Cluster: smb2.svm0: 3/10/2022 19:54:04
   create    Complete    Number of
  latency Aggregation Constituents
 -------- ----------- ------------
      0us      n/a      n/a
      0us      n/a      n/a
Cluster: smb2.svm0: 3/10/2022 19:54:08
   create    Complete    Number of
  latency Aggregation Constituents
 -------- ----------- ------------
Minimums:
      0us       -       -
Averages for 2 samples:
      0us       -       -
Maximums:
      0us       -       -

Additional Information

The smb2 object includes smb3 operations.

 

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