The Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) is a scalable storage solution for Linux-based workloads on AWS Cloud services and on-premise resources. Metricly now supports some out-of-the-box default policies and metrics for EFS.
What you’ll need to get started:
- Depleted Burst Credit Balance: There are no burst credits left. The number of burst credits that a file system has is zero.
- IO Percentage Critical: File system has almost reached its limit of the General Purpose performance mode. If this metric is at 100%, consider moving your application to a file system using the Max I/O performance mode.
| | — | | FULLY QUALIFIED NAME (FQN) | DESCRIPTION | STATISTIC | UNITS | BASE | CORR | UTIL | | — | — | — | — | — | — | — | | aws.efs.burstcreditbalance | The number of burst credits that a file system has. | avg | bytes | no | yes | no | | aws.efs.clientconnections | The number of client connections to a file system. | sum | bytes | no | yes | no | | aws.efs.datawriteiobytes | The number of bytes for each file write operation. | sum | bytes | no | yes | no | | aws.efs.metadataiobytes | The number of bytes for each metadata operation. | sum | bytes | no | yes | no | | aws.efs.percentiolimit | Shows how close a file system is to reaching the I/O limit of the General Purpose performance mode. | percent | percent | no | no | yes | | aws.efs.permittedthroughput | The maximum amount of throughput a file system is allowed. | avg | bytes per second | no | yes | no | | aws.efs.totaliobytes | The number of bytes for each file system operation, including data read, data write, and metadata operations. | sum | bytes | no | yes | no |
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