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symcli to see the total un-used capacity

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which symcli can see the total capacity of VMAX box, specially for un-used space?

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To get a list of all disk groups which provide total capacity of  the box

symdisk list -sid <SID> -dskgrp_summary

list the devices that are not mapped

symdev list -sid <SID> -noport -disk_group <diskgroup #>

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To get a list of all disk groups which provide total capacity of  the box

symdisk list -sid <SID> -dskgrp_summary

list the devices that are not mapped

symdev list -sid <SID> -noport -disk_group <diskgroup #>

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Or if you're using virtual provisioning and all available capacity has been enabled in pools (which is likely the case on VMAX), you can use: symcfg list -thin -pool -detail -gb.

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For the detail symdisk and symdev syntax, you can refer Solutions Enabler Symmetrix CLI Command Reference available on https://support.emc.com/products/2071_Solutions-Enabler/Documentation/

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Thanks all for the help

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