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Unisphere physical and virtual on Vmax

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Hello,

With Unisphere > System > Dashboard, I see that Physical Capacity is FULL and Virtual Capacity is 40% free (green), what does that

mean ? How can I see the real physical volume, the real physical used volume and the real physical free volume ?

thanks for your help

Consty

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Hi,

The Physical is confusing on that display. It’s really trying to simply say that you have no disks that haven’t been deployed into your VP pools. So “Physically” there isn’t any free space.

But what you really want is the chart that shows each VP pool as a horizontal line. That’s the accurate display of how much space has been used in a pool and how much is free.

Alternatively, you can use the following CLI:

symcfg -sid xxxx list -pools -mb -thin –detail

Rich

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Hi,

The Physical is confusing on that display. It’s really trying to simply say that you have no disks that haven’t been deployed into your VP pools. So “Physically” there isn’t any free space.

But what you really want is the chart that shows each VP pool as a horizontal line. That’s the accurate display of how much space has been used in a pool and how much is free.

Alternatively, you can use the following CLI:

symcfg -sid xxxx list -pools -mb -thin –detail

Rich

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Hello,

I got a similar result with "./symdisk -sid XXX list -dskgrp_summary".

Thanks/regards

Consty

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