Auto-scale History for Azure Files Shares

Auto-scale History for Azure Files Shares

The auto-scale history visualization helps you understand auto-scale behavior and how it impacts your deployment.

The following are important auto-scale history features.

  • Time Range: At the top of the window, select the desired time range to display.

  • Show: At the top of the window, select the desired graph(s) to display.

  • Savings: At the top of the window, you can view auto-scale savings.

  • Zoom In: For the Quota (GiB) graph only, click and drag the mouse over the section of the graph you wish to zoom in on. When you are zoomed in, select Zoom-out to restore the full graph.

  • Hover: You can hover over any part of any graph to see its details. For example:

  • Action Points:

    • Scale Out: This action point indicates that a scale-out event took place. (Red indicates that the scale-out event is costing money.)

    • Scale In: This action point indicates that a scale-in event took place. (Green means that the scale-in event is saving money.)

    • Azure Issue: This indicates that there was a problem communicating with Azure. If this occurs frequently, please contact Nerdio Manager technical support.

  • At the bottom of any graph, select the data set name to toggle on/off the display line associated with that information. For example, select Peak Quota to suppress that line on the graph. Select it again to display it.

To view auto-scale history for an Azure Files share:

  1. Navigate to Storage Azure Files.

  2. Locate the file share you wish to work with.

  3. From the action menu, select Auto-scaleHistory.

  4. Select the desired time range and the specific graphs to display.

    • Quota (GiB): The Quota graph displays the following information about the file share quota:

      • Peak Quota: The maximum size of the quota.

      • Actual Quota: The actual quota size as it is currently configured.

      • Used Capacity: The actual storage used.

    • Latency (ms): The Latency graph displays the following information:

      • Server Latency (avg): The average time used to process a successful request by Azure Storage. This value does not include the network latency specified in the End-to-End Latency.

      • End-to-End Latency (avg): The average end-to-end latency of successful requests made to a storage service or the specified API operation. This value includes the required processing time within Azure Storage to read the request, send the response, and receive acknowledgment of the response.

    • Transactions: The Transactions graph displays the number of transactions.

    • Savings%: The Savings graph displays the savings percentage.

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