Storage Performance Reports > NetApp Cluster-Mode CIFS Performance by Vserver
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NetApp Cluster-Mode CIFS Performance by Vserver
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Capacity Manager > Storage Performance > NetApp Cluster-Mode CIFS Performance by Vserver
Three line charts represent CIFS performance by Vserver metrics: CIFS Operations per Second (IOPS), CIFS latency, and client performance (number of connected shares and open files). Select the IOPS metrics that you want represented by lines.
Click the Cluster Name link to view the Array Capacity and Utilization report. Click the Vserver link to view the NetApp Cluster-Mode Vserver Summary report.
Total number of CIFS operations.
Cluster Name
Name of the storage array.
Vserver Name
Name of the Vserver. When specified as part of a Vserver-create, this is the name of the Vserver.
Log Date
Timestamp at which the performance data was collected.
Avg CIFS Latency
Average latency for CIFS operations.
# CIFS Connected Shares
Number of SMB and SMB2 share connections.
# CIFS Connections
Number of connections.
# Open Files
Number of open files over SMB and SMB2.