2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 4, 2014 12:29 PM by rcavey

    ELM

    hon

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      Does anyone know that how can i determine the storage pool for cifs. Right now, Siem has reserved the storage for 52 gb but when i see the log file in the shared folder the size of the file is just 2 gb. I wanna know that why does the pool in siem was reserve for 52 gb.

      Is there any command to verify that what is the exactly volume that ELm used to keep the raw log

      Can i define the value of each pool

        • 1. Re: ELM
          artek

          Whan you are creating the first ELM pool, system create ELM database on that pool. Default size of that database is exactly 500GB and there is no possibility to change this value.

           

          Checking of ELM statistics: Receiver\ELM Properties, Receiver\ELM Management, View Statistics

           

          Regards,

          Artek

          • 2. Re: ELM
            rcavey

            hon,

             

               Looks like you setup the "data" i.e. logs files and management Database to share the same CIFS location which is OK.   We mirror the ManagementDB locally and on our NFS share.

             

            So what you probably are seeing is that the elm data files are split into 2GB chunks: ( an example of our NFS listing )

            -rw-r--r--  1 root root   2147152476 Dec 23 03:51 sh_2_sr_56.elm

            -rw-r--r--  1 root root   2147246621 Feb 28 00:48 sh_2_sr_2.elm

            -rw-r--r--  1 root root   2147237228 Mar  4 15:08 sh_2_sr_3.elm

            -rw-r--r--  1 root root   2147435899 Mar  8 17:42 sh_2_sr_1.elm

            -rw-r--r--  1 root root   2147017266 Mar 12 19:21 sh_2_sr_4.elm

            -rw-r--r--  1 root root   2147272307 Mar 16 21:33 sh_2_sr_5.elm

             

             

            If you were to log into the elm via putty/ssh and cat /etc/NitroGuard/alloc.conf and /etc/NitroGuard/storage.conf along with a df command it makes more sense.

             

            example  stroage.conf using NFS you could in a putty/ssh session on the ELM run "ls -latr" on the "mount" value in your storge.conf file.

            [ELMdata]

            protocol=nfs

            ip_address=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

            share_name=/path/nitro

            share_path=/

            mount=/elm_storage/ELMdata_20130710195134

            maxbytes=268435456000

            elm=XXXX:XXXX

             

            [ELMmanagement]

            protocol=nfs

            ip_address=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

            share_name=/path/nitro

            share_path=/

            mount=/elm_storage/ELMmanagement_20130710195021

            maxbytes=644245094400

            elm=XXXX:XXXX

             

            [local]

            mount=/elm_storage/local

            protocol=local

            maxbytes=2996238368768

             

             

            Cheers