Additional Configuration (Optional)

NVIDIA UFM Enterprise User Manual v6.15.1

Configure general settings in the conf/gv.cfg file.

Warning

When running UFM in HA mode, the gv.cfg file is replicated to the standby server.

Enabling SHARP Aggregation Manager

SHARP Aggregation Manager is disabled by default. To enable it, set:

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[Sharp] sharp_enabled = true

Warning

Upon startup of UFM or SHARP Aggregation Manager, UFM will resend all existing tenant allocations to SHARP AM.

Running UFM in Monitoring Mode

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monitoring_mode = yes

Warning

For more information, see Running the UFM Software in Monitoring Mode.

Enabling Predefined Groups

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enable_predefined_groups = true

Warning

By default, pre-defined groups are enabled. In very large-scale fabrics, pre-defined groups can be disabled in order to allow faster startup of UFM.

Enabling Multi-NIC Host Grouping

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multinic_host_enabled = true

Warning

Upon first installation of UFM 6.4.1 and above, multi-NIC host grouping is enabled by default. However, if a user is upgrading from an older version, then this feature will be disabled for them.

Warning

It is recommended to set the value of this parameter before running UFM for the first time.

Defining Node Description Black-List

Warning

Node descriptions from the black-list should not be used for Multi-NIC grouping.

During the process of host reboot or initialization/bringup, the majority of HCAs receive a default label rather than an actual, real description. To prevent the formation of incorrect multi-NIC groups based on these default labels, this feature offers the option to establish a blacklist containing possible node descriptions that should be avoided when grouping Multi-NIC HCAs during host startup. Once a legitimate node description is assigned to the host, the HCAs are organized into multi-NIC hosts based on their respective descriptions. It is recommended to configure this parameter before initiating the UFM for the first time.

For instance, nodes initially identified with descriptions listed in the exclude_multinic_desc will not be initially included in Multi-NIC host groups until they obtain an updated, genuine node description.

Modify the exclude_multinic_desc parameter in the cv.fg file:

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exclude_multinic_desc = localhost,generic_name_1,generic_name_2

Running UFM Over IPv6 Network Protocol

The default multicast address is configured to an IPv4 address. To run over IPv6, this must be changed to the following in section UFMAgent of gv.cfg.

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[UFMAgent] ... # if ufmagent works in ipv6 please set this multicast address to FF05:0:0:0:0:0:0:15F mcast_addr = FF05:0:0:0:0:0:0:15F

Adding SM Plugin (e.g. lossymgr) to event_plugin_name Option

The following options allow users to set the SM plugin options via the UFM configuration. Once SM is started by UFM, it will start the SM plugin with the specified options.

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# Event plugin name(s) event_plugin_name osmufmpi lossymgr

Add the plug-in options file to the event_plugin_options option:

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# Options string that would be passed to the plugin(s) event_plugin_options --lossy_mgr -f <lossy-mgr-options-file-name>

These plug-in parameters are copied to the opensm.conf file in Management mode only.

Multi-port SM

SM can use up to eight-port interfaces for fabric configuration. These interfaces can be provided via /opt/ufm/conf/gv.cfg. The users can specify multiple IPoIB interfaces or bond interfaces in /opt/ufm/conf/gv.cfg, subsequently, the UFM translates them to GUIDs and adds them to the SM configuration file (/opt/ufm/conf/opensm/opensm.conf). If users specify more than eight interfaces, the extra interfaces are ignored.

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[Server]   # disabled (default) | enabled (configure opensm with multiple GUIDs) | ha_enabled (configure multiport SM with high availability) multi_port_sm = disabled # When enabling multi_port_sm, specify here the additional fabric interfaces for OpenSM conf # Example: ib1,ib2,ib5 (OpenSM will support the first 8 GUIDs where first GUID will # be extracted the fabric_interface, and remaining GUIDs from additional_fabric_interfaces additional_fabric_interfaces =

Warning

UFM treats bonds as a group of IPoIB interfaces. So, for example, if bond0 consists of the interfaces ib4 and ib8, then expect to see GUIDs for ib4 and ib8 in opensm.conf.

Warning

Duplicate interface names are ignored (e.g. ib1,ib1,ib1,ib2,ib1 = ib1,ib2).

Configuring UDP Buffer

This section is relevant only in cases where telemetry_provider=ibpm. (By default, telemetry_provider=telemetry).

To work with large-scale fabrics, users should set the set_udp_buffer flag under the [IBPM] section to "yes" for the UFM to set the buffer size (default is "no").

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# By deafult, UFM does not set the UDP buffer size. For large scale fabrics # it is recommended to increase the buffer size to 4MB (4194304 bits). set_udp_buffer = yes # UDP buffer size udp_buffer_size = 4194304

Virtualization

This allows for supporting virtual ports in UFM.

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[Virtualization] # By enabling this flag, UFM will discover all the virtual ports assigned for all hypervisors in the fabric enable = false # Interval for checking whether any virtual ports were changed in the fabric interval = 60

Static SM LID

Users may configure a specific value for the SM LID so that the UFM SM uses it upon UFM startup.

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[SubnetManager] # 1- Zero value (Default): Disable static SM LID functionality and allow the SM to run with any LID. # Example: sm_lid=0 # 2- Non-zero value: Enable static SM LID functionality so SM will use this LID upon UFM startup. sm_lid=0

Warning

To configure an external SM (UFM server running in sm_only mode), users must manually configure the opensm.conf file (/opt/ufm/conf/opensm/opensm.conf) and align the value of master_sm_lid to the value used for sm_lid in gv.cfg on the main UFM server.

Configuring Log Rotation

This section enables setting up the log files rotate policy. By default, log rotation runs once a day by cron scheduler.

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[logrotate] #max_files specifies the number of times to rotate a file before it is deleted (this definition will be applied to #SM and SHARP Aggregation Manager logs, running in the scope of UFM). #A count of 0 (zero) means no copies are retained. A count of 15 means fifteen copies are retained (default is 15) max_files = 15 #With max_size, the log file is rotated when the specified size is reached (this definition will be applied to #SM and SHARP Aggregation Manager logs, running in the scope of UFM). Size may be specified in bytes (default), #kilobytes (for example: 100k), or megabytes (for exapmle: 10M). if not specified logs will be rotated once a day. max_size = 3

Configuration Examples in gv.cfg

The following show examples of configuration settings in the gv.cfg file:

  • Polling interval for Fabric Dashboard information

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    ui_polling_interval = 30

  • [Optional] UFM Server local IP address resolution (by default, the UFM resolves the address by gethostip). UFM Web UI should have access to this address.

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    ws_address = <specific IP address>

  • HTTP/HTTPS Port Configuration

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    # WebServices Protocol (http/https) and Port ws_port = 8088 ws_protocol = http

  • Connection (port and protocol) between the UFM server and the APACHE server

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    ws_protocol = <http or https> ws_port = <port number>

    For more information, see Launching a UFM Web UI Session.

  • SNMP get-community string for switches (fabric wide or per switch)

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    # default snmp access point for all devices [SNMP] port = 161 gcommunity = public

  • Enhanced Event Management (Alarmed Devices Group)

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    [Server] auto_remove_from_alerted = yes

  • Log verbosity

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    [Logging] # optional logging levels #CRITICAL, ERROR, WARNING, INFO, DEBUG level = INFO

    For more information, see "UFM Logs".

  • Settings for saving port counters to a CSV file

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    [CSV] write_interval = 60 ext_ports_only = no

    For more information, see "Saving the Port Counters to a CSV File".

  • Max number of CSV files (UFM Advanced)

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    [CSV] max_files = 1

    For more information, see "Saving Periodic Snapshots of the Fabric (Advanced License Only)".

    Warning

    The access credentials that are defined in the following sections of the conf/gv.cfg file are used only for initialization:

    • SSH_Server

    • SSH_Switch

    • TELNET

    • IPMI

    • SNMP

    • MLNX_OS

    To modify these access credentials, use the UFM Web UI. For more information, see "Device Access".

  • Configuring the UFM communication protocol with MLNX-OS switches. The available protocols are:

    • http
    • https (default protocol for secure communication)

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For configuring the UFM communication protocol after fresh installation and prior to the first run, set the MLNX-OS protocol as shown below.

Example:

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[MLNX_OS] protocol = https port = 443

Once UFM is started, all UFM communication with MLNX-OS switches will take place via the configured protocol.

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For changing the UFM communication protocol while UFM is running, perform the following:

  1. Set the desired protocol of MLNX-OS in the conf/gv.cfg file (as shown in the example above).
  2. Restart UFM.
  3. Update the MLNX-OS global access credentials configuration with the relevant protocol port. Refer to "Device Access" for help.For the http protocol - default port is 80.For the https protocol - default port is 443.
  4. Update the MLNX-OS access credentials with the relevant port in all managed switches that have a valid IP address.

SM Trap Handler Configuration

The SMTrap handler is the SOAP server that handles traps coming from OpenSM.

There are two configuration values related to this service:

  • osm_traps_debounce_interval – defines the period the service holds incoming traps
  • osm_traps_throttle_val – once osm_traps_debounce_interval elapses, the service transfers osm_traps_throttle_val to the Model Main
Warning

By default, the SM Trap Handler handles up to 1000 SM traps every 10 seconds.

CPU Affinity on UFM

This feature allows setting the CPU affinity for the major processes of the UFM (such as ModelMain, SM, SHARP, Telemetry).

In order to increase the UFM's efficiency, the number of context-switches is reduced. When each major CPU is isolated, users can decrease the number of context-switches, and the performance is optimized.

The CPU affinity of these major processes is configured in the following two levels:

  • Level 1- The major processes initiation.
  • Level 2- Preceding initiation of the model's main subprocesses which automatically uses the configuration used in level 1 and designates a CPU for each of the sub-processes.

According to user configuration, each process is assigned with affinity.
By default, this feature is disabled. In order to activate the feature, configure Is_cpu_affinity_enabled with true, check how many CPUs you have on the machine, and set the desired affinity for each process.

For example:

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[CPUAffinity] Is_cpu_affinity_enabled=true Model_main_cpu_affinity=1-4 Sm_cpu_affinity=5-13 SHARP_cpu_affinity=14-22 Telemetry_cpu_affinity=22-23

The format should be a comma-separated list of CPUs. For example: 0,3,7-11.

The ModelMain should have four cores, and up to five cores. The SM should have as many cores as you can assign. You should isolate between the ModelMain cores and the SM cores.

SHARP can be assigned with the same affinity as the SM. The telemetry should be assigned with three to four CPUs.

Quality of Service (QoS) Support

Infiniband Quality of Service (QoS) is disabled by default in the UFM SM configuration file.

To enable it and benefit from its capabilities, set the qos flag to TRUE in the /opt/ufm/files/conf/opensm/opensm.conf file.

Example:

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# Enable QoS setup qos FALSE

Warning

The QoS parameters settings should be carefully reviewed before enablement of the qos flag. Especially, sl2vl and VL arbitration mappings should be correctly defined.

For information on Enhanced QoS, see Appendix – SM Activity Report.

UFM Failover to Another Port

When the UFM Server is connected by two or more InfiniBand ports to the fabric, you can configure UFM Subnet Manager failover to one of the other ports. When failure is detected on an InfiniBand port or link, failover occurs without stopping the UFM Server or other related UFM services, such as mysql, http, DRDB, and so on. This failover process prevents failure in a standalone setup, and preempts failover in a High Availability setup, thereby saving downtime and recovery.

Network Configuration for Failover to IB Port

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Warning

UFM SM failover is not relevant for Monitoring mode, because in this mode, UFM must be connected to the fabric over ib0 only.

To enable UFM failover to another port:

  • Configure bonding between the InfiniBand interfaces to be used for SM failover. In an HA setup, the UFM active server and the UFM standby server can be connected differently; but the bond name must be the same on both servers.
  • Set the value of fabric_interface to the bond name. using the /opt/ufm/scripts/change_fabric_config.sh command as described in Configuring General Settings in gv.cfg. If ufma_interface is configured for IPoIB, set it to the bond name as well. These changes will take effect only after a UFM restart. For example, if bond0 is configured on the ib0 and ib1 interfaces, in gv.cfg, set the parameter fabric_interface to bond0.
  • If IPoIB is used for UFM Agent, add bond to the ufma_interfaces list as well.

When failure is detected on an InfiniBand port or link, UFM initiates the give-up operation that is defined in the Health configuration file for OpenSM failure. By default:

  • UFM discovers the other ports in the specified bond and fails over to the first interface that is up (SM failover)
  • If no interface is up:

    • In an HA setup, UFM initiates UFM failover
    • In a standalone setup, UFM does nothing

If the failed link becomes active again, UFM will select this link for the SM only after SM restart.

Delegating Authentication to a Proxy

To allow a custom user authentication, you can configure UFM to delegate the user authentication to a remote Proxy server. The remote Proxy server is written by the user, thus, allowing flexibility on deciding how the authentication is performed.

By default, the feature is disabled. To activate the feature, configure auth_proxy_enabled with true.

Proxy should use ufmRestV3 to send requests to UFM. The request header should contain a username and role. The available roles are System_Admin, Fabric_Admin, Fabric_Operator, and Monitoring_Only. If the request header is sent without a username or a role, it is rejected by the UFM.

For example:

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[AuthProxy]  # Defaults to false, but set to true to enable this feature auth_proxy_enabled = true  # HTTP Header name that will contain the username auth_proxy_header_name = X_WEBAUTH_USER # HTTP Header name that will contain the user roles. The available roles are as follows: System_Admin, Fabric_Admin, Fabric_Operator, and Monitoring_Only auth_proxy_header_role = X_WEBAUTH_ROLE   # Set to `true` to enable auto sign up of users who do not exist in UFM DB. Defaults to `true`. auth_proxy_auto_sign_up = true  # Limit where auth proxy requests come from by configuring a list of IP addresses. # This can be used to prevent users spoofing the X_WEBAUTH_USER header. # This option is required # Example `whitelist = 192.168.1.1, 192.168.1.0/24, 2001::23, 2001::0/120` auth_proxy_whitelist =

The following chart describes the flow:

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Configuring Partial Switch ASIC Failure Events

UFM can identify switch ASIC failure by detecting pre-defined portion of the switch ports, reported as unhealthy. By default, this portion threshold is set to 20% of the total switch ports. Thus, the UFM will trigger the partial switch ASIC event in case the number of unhealthy switch ports exceeds 20% of the total switch ports. 

You can configure UFM t o control Partial Switch ASIC Failure events. To configure, you may use the gv.cfg file by updating the value of switch_asic_fault_threshold parameter under the UnhealthyPorts section. For an example, in case the switch has 32 ports, once 7 ports are detected as unhealthy ports, the UFM will trigger the partial switch ASIC event. Example:

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Enabling Network Fast Recovery

Warning

To enable the Network Fast Recovery feature, ensure that all switches in the fabric use the following MLNX-OS/firmware versions:

  • MLNX-OS version 3.10.6004 and up

  • Quantum firmware versions:

    • Quantum FW v27.2010.6102 and up

    • Quantum2 FW v31.2010.6102 and up

Fast recovery is a switch-firmware based facility for isolation and mitigation of link-related issues. This system operates in a distributed manner, where each switch is programmed with a simple set of rule-based triggers and corresponding action protocols. These rules permit the switch to promptly react to substrandard links within its locality, responding at a very short reaction time - as little as approximately 100 milliseconds. The policy is provided and managed via the UFM & SM channel. Moreover, every autonomous action taken by a switch in the network is reported to the UFM.

The immediate reactions taken by the switch enable SHIELD and pFRN. These mechanisms collaborate to rectify routing within the proximity of the problematic link before it can disrupt transactions at the transport layer. Importantly, this process occurs rapidly, effectively limiting the spreading of congestion to a smaller segment of the network.

To use the Network Fast Recovery feature, you need to enable the designated trigger in the gv.cfg file. By doing this, you can specify which triggers the UFM will support.

As stated in the gv.cfg file, the feature is disabled by default and the below are the supported fields and options:

[NetworkFastRecovery]is_fast_recovery_enabled = false# This will be supported by the Network Fast Recovery.network_fast_recovery_conditions = SWITCH_DECISION_CREDIT_WATCHDOG,SWITCH_DECISION_RAW_BER,SWITCH_DECISION_EFFECTIVE_BER,SWITCH_DECISION_SYMBOL_BER

Parameter

Description

SWITCH_DECISION_CREDIT_WATCHDOG

TBD

SWITCH_DECISION_RAW_BER

SWITCH_DECISION_EFFECTIVE_BER

SWITCH_DECISION_SYMBOL_BER

The "Unhealthy Ports" page provides visibility of these ports. If desired, the user can mark a port as healthy, triggering a restart of that specific port on the switch.

The trigger that initiated the isolation of ports can be viewed under the "Condition" column, as seen below.

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Disabling Rest Roles Access Control

By default, the Rest Roles Access Control feature is enabled. It can be disabled by setting the roles_access_control_enabled flag to false:

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[RolesAccessControl] roles_access_control_enabled = true

Enabling UFM Authentication Server

By default, UFM Authentication Server is inactive. To activate it, you need to set the "auth_service_enabled" parameter to 'true' and then restart the UFM service to initiate the authentication server. Additionally, you can use enable/disable flags for Basic, Session, and Token authentication:

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[AuthService] auth_service_enabled = true auth_service_interface = 127.0.0.1 auth_service_port = 8087 # the serving port for the authentication server basic_auth_enabled = true session_auth_enabled = true token_auth_enabled = true

Enabling Azure AD Authentication

By default, Azure AD Authentication is disabled. To enable it, set the azure_auth_enabled flag to 'true'. Additionally, provide the required configurations from the Azure AD Application such as TENANT_ID, CLIENT_ID and CLIENT_SECRET which can be found under the "Overview" section of the registered application in the Azure portal. Finally, the UFM Authentication Server should be enabled to use the Azure AD Authentication.

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[AzureAuth] azure_auth_enabled = false # TENANT ID of app registration TENANT_ID = # Application (client) ID of app registration CLIENT_ID = # Application's generated client secret CLIENT_SECRET =

Setting up telemetry deploys UFM Telemetry as bare metal on the same machine. Historical data is sent to SQLite database on the server and live data becomes available via UFM UI or REST API.

Enabling UFM Telemetry

The UFM Telemetry feature is enabled by default and the provider is the UFM Telemetry. The user may change the provider via flag in conf/gv.cfg

The user may also disable the History Telemetry feature in the same section.

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[Telemetry] history_enabled=True


Changing UFM Telemetry Default Configuration

There is an option to configure parameters on a telemetry configuration file which takes effect after restarting the UFM or failover in HA mode.

The launch_ibdiagnet_config.ini default file is located under /opt/ufm/conf/telemetry_defaults and is copied to the telemetry configuration location ( (/opt/ufm/conf/telemetry) upon startup UFM.

All values taken from the default file take effect at the deployed configuration file except for the following:

Note that normally the user does not have to do anything and they get two pre-configured instances – one for low frequency and one for higher-frequency sampling of the network.

Value

Description

hca

-

scope_file

-

plugin_env_PROMETHEUS_ENDPOINT

The port on which HTTP endpoint is configured

plugin_env_PROMETHEUS_INDEXES

Configures how data is indexed and stored in memory

config_watch_enabled=true

Configures network watcher to inform ibdiagnet that network topology has changed (as ibdiagnet lacks the ability to re-discover network changes)

plugin_env_PROMETHEUS_CSET_DIR

Specifies where the counterset files, which define the data to be retrieved and the corresponding counter names.

num_iterations

The number of iterations to run before ‘restarting’, i.e. rediscovering fabric.

plugin_env_CLX_RESTART_FILE

A file that is ‘touched’ to indicate that an ibdiagnet restart is necessary

The following attributes are configurable via the gv.cfg:

  • sample_rate (gv.cfg → dashboard_interval) – only if manual_config is set to false

  • prometheus_port

Supporting Generic Counters Parsing and Display

As of UFM v6.11.0, UFM can support any numeric counters from the HTTP endpoint. The list of supported counters are fetched upon starting the UFM from all the endpoints that are configured.

Some of the implemented changes are as follows:

  1. Counter naming – all counters naming convention is extracted from the HTTP endpoint. The default cset file is configured as follows:
    Infiniband_LinkIntegrityErrors=^LocalLinkIntegrityErrorsExtended$” to get this name to the UFM.
    Counters received as floats should contain an "_f" suffix such as: Infiniband_CBW_f=^infiniband_CBW$

  2. Attribute units – To see units of a specific counter on the UI graphs, configure the cset file to have the counter returned as “counter_name_u_unit”.

  3. Telemetry History:

    The SQLite history table (/opt/ufm/files/sqlite/ufm_telemetry.db – telemetry_calculated), contains the new naming convention of the telemetry counters.In the case of an upgrade, all previous columns that were configured are renamed following the new naming convention, and then, the data is saved.if a new counter that is not in the table needs to be supported, the table is altered upon UFM start.

  4. New counter/cset to fetch – if there is a new cset/counter that needs to be supported AFTER the UFM already started, preform system restart.

  5. Created New API/UfmRestV2/telemetry/counters for the UI visualization. This API returns a dictionary containing the counters that the UFM supports, based on the fetched URLs and their units (if known).

Supporting Multiple Telemetry Instances Fetch

This functionality allows users to establish distinct Telemetry endpoints that are defined to their preferences.

Users have the flexibility to set the following aspects:

  • Specify a list of counters they wish to pull. This can be achieved by selecting from an existing, predefined counters set (cset file) or by defining a new one.

  • Set the interval at which the data should be pulled.

Upon initiating the Telemetry endpoint, users can access the designated URL to fetch the desired counter data.

To enable this feature, under the [Telemetry] section in gv.cfg,the flag named “additional_cset_url” holds the list of additional URLs to be fetched.
the URLs should be separated by “ “ (with a space) and should follow the following format: http://<IP>:<PORT>/csv/<CSET_NAME>. For example http://10.10.10.10:9001/csv/minimal http://10.10.10.10:9002/csv/test.

Warning

Only csv extensions are supported.

Each UFM Telemetry instance run by UFM can support multiple cset (counters set) in parallel.If the user would like to have a second cset file fetched by UFM and exposed by the same UFM Telemetry instance, the new cset file should be placed under /opt/ufm/files/conf/telemetry/prometheus_configs/cset/ and configured in gv.cfg to fetch its data as described above.

Secondary Telemetry

As a default configuration, a second UFM Telemetry instance runs, granting access to an extended set of counters that are not available in the default telemetry session. The default telemetry session is used for the UFM Web UI dashboard and user-defined telemetry views. These additional counters can be accessed via the following API endpoint: http://<UFM_IP>:9002/csv/xcset/low_freq_debug. It is important to note that these exposed counters are not accessible through UFM's REST APIs.

All the configurations for the second telemetry can be found under /opt/ufm/files/conf/secondary_telemetry/, where the defaults are located under /opt/ufm/files/conf/secondary_telemetry_defaults/. The second telemetry instance also allows telemetry data to be exposed on disabled ports, although this feature can be disabled if desired.

The relevant flags in the gv.cfg file are as follows:

  • secondary_telemetry = true (To enable or disable the entire feature)

  • secondary_endpoint_port = 9002 (The endpoint's exposed port)

  • secondary_disabled_ports = true (If set to true, secondary telemetry will expose data on disabled ports)

For the list of secondary telemetry fields and available counters, please refer to Appendix – Secondary Telemetry Fields.

Stopping Telemetry Endpoint Using CLI Command

To stop secondary telemetry endpoint only using the CLI you may run the following command:

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/etc/init.d/ufmd ufm_telemetry_secondary_stop

Exposing Switch Aggregation Nodes Telemetry

To expose switches SHARP aggregation nodes telemetry, follow the below steps:

  • Configure the secondary telemetry instance. Run:

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    vi /opt/ufm/files/conf/secondary_telemetry_defaults/launch_ibdiagnet_config.ini

  • Set the following:

    • arg_16=--sharp --sharp_opt dsc

    • plugin_env_CLX_EXPORT_API_SKIP_SHARP_PM_COUNTERS=0

  • Add the wanted attributes to the default xcset or to a new one:

    • New xcset

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        vi /opt/ufm/files/conf/secondary_telemetry/prometheus_configs/cset/<name for your choise>.xcset

      • After restarting, query curl http://<UFM_IP>:9002/csv/xcset/<chosen_name>

    • Existing xcset

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        vi /opt/ufm/files/conf/secondary_telemetry/prometheus_configs/cset/low_freq_debug.xcset

    • Add the following attributes:

      • packet_sent

      • ack_packet_sent

      • retry_packet_sent

      • rnr_event

      • timeout_event

      • oos_nack_rcv

      • rnr_nack_rcv

      • packet_discard_transport

      • packet_discard_sharp

      • aeth_syndrome_ack_packet

      • hba_sharp_lookup

      • hba_received_pkts

      • hba_received_bytes

      • hba_sent_ack_packets

      • rcds_sent_packets

      • hba_sent_ack_bytes

      • rcds_send_bytes

      • hba_multi_packet_message_dropped_pkts

      • hba_multi_packet_message_dropped_bytes

  • Restart telemetry:

    • /etc/init.d/ufmd ufm_telemetry_stop

    • /etc/init.d/ufmd ufm_telemetry_start

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