This topic describes how to monitor the CPU, memory, cache IOPS, cache throughput, and network information in the local gateway console (a web console).

Background information

Beginning with version 1.4.0, file gateways deployed in on-premises data centers support monitoring and logging. You can use this feature in the local gateway console.

File gateways support monitoring systems and shared directories. Logs are stored in specified Log Services projects and Logstores.

The log data includes information about the network, disks, CPU, memory, total cache usage, and read/write bandwidth of shared directories. This allows you to query information about systems and shared directories.

Note For on-premises gateways, only users in the whitelist can use the logging monitor feature.

View monitoring information

  1. Open your browser, and in the address bar, enter https://<IP address of the target file gateway> to connect to the local file gateway console.
  2. In the dialog box that appears, enter the username and password, and click OK.
  3. Click Monitoring in the left-side navigation pane. On the Monitoring page, you can monitor the CPU, memory, cache IOPS, cache throughput, network, and other information.

Create a logging monitor

  1. Open your browser, and in the address bar, enter https://<IP address of the target file gateway> to connect to the local file gateway console.
  2. In the dialog box that appears, enter the username and password, and click OK.
  3. On the Details page, find the Gateway Logging Monitor section and click Create.
  4. In the Create Logging Monitor dialog box that appears, set the parameters.
    If you do not have any available project or Logstore, create a project or Logstore first. For more information, see Create a project and Create a Logstore.
  5. Click OK.
    Wait for 10 minutes, and log on to the Log Service console to view the log data of the file gateway.

Other supported operations

In the Gateway Logging Monitor section, you can also perform the following operations.

Operation Description
Delete logging moinitor If you no longer need to use the logging monitor feature, click Delete.
Disable logging monitor If you need to temporarily disable the logging monitor feature, click Disable.