Documentation

STOR2RRD mapping

The tool provides you different view of storage and SAN mappings.
You can find it here: UI ➡ Storage ➡ Storage alias ➡ Mapping

Host 2 Volume

It is a simple sortable and filterable mapping table between Hosts and volumes.
Host 2 Volume example

Disk 2 Host

This feature is available since v2.70.
It presents mapping of either physical disks or virtual mdisks (SVC) to hosts thourgh all logic storage subsystems like pools, IO groups, nodes, remote copy and flash copy.
It is usefull especially for virtual volumes attached on the back-end and further virtualized (typically through IBM SVC mdisks).
This feature is supported only on IBM SVC, Storwize, FlashSystem and Lenovo Strovize (V series).
The table can be filtered and grouped per each column.
Disk 2 Host example

Note that storages with thousands of volumes and hundreds host might slow down web browser during initial table load. Just wait, it will go through.
You can even use CSV export icon on the top-right to get it into Excel.

SAN Topology

This feature is available since v2.70.
It does graphical visualisation of SAN topology between storages and SAN switches It shows what ports are connected on the storage and switched, color of links give link utilisation based on SAN heatmap.
It is supported only when SAN monitoring is in place (only SNMP, BNA is not supported for far).
It is not supported on NAS storages and on Dell EMC VNX, Dell EMC XTREMIO, Hitachi HUS, HPE StoreOnce, HPE StoreVirtual, Pureblade, DotHill and IBM XIV/A9k.
SAN Topology example
To make it work is necessary to install Graphviz package and its prerequisites.
STOR2RRD v2.80 will come with complete SAN topology schema. It will be available only for customers.

Port

Mapping of volumes, hosts and ports.
It is supported ony on Hitachi VSP-G, HUS, 5000 series, HPE XP7, Infinidat Infinibox, Huawei OceanStor, Dell SC series (Compellent) and DotHill based storages only.

Port example