Dell EMC OpenManage Essentials Version 2.5 User's Guide

Hard Drive Information

Table 1. Hard Drive Information. The following table describes the fields displayed in the hard drive information tab.
Field Description
System Name Displays the unique name of the system that identifies it on the network.
System Type Displays the model name of the system. For example, PowerEdge R710.
Service Tag Displays the unique identifier assigned to the system.
Enclosure ID Displays the enclosure ID is assigned to the enclosure by Storage Management. Storage Management numbers the enclosures attached to the controller starting with zero.
Description Displays the description of the media.
Channel Displays the number of channels.
Target ID Displays the SCSI ID of the backplane (internal to the server) or the enclosure to which the controller connector is attached. The value is usually 6.
LUN ID Displays the LUN ID. In computer storage, a logical unit number or LUN number used to identify a logical unit, which is a device addressed by the SCSI protocol or similar protocols such as Fibre Channel or iSCSI.
Size (GB) Displays the size of the hard drive in GB.
Bus Type Displays the type of bus connection used. A bus, in computing, is an information pathway between components of a system.
Serial Number Displays the roll number assigned to the device by the manufacturer.
Revision Displays the revision history of the hard drive.
Media Type Displays the type of media. For example, HDD.
Vendor Displays the name of the organization that supplies the hard drive.
Model Number Displays the model number of the physical device.
Part Number Displays the unique number associated with a drives and drive capacity of a specific OEM vendor.
Remaining Rated Write Endurance Displays the wear-out level or remaining life of the Solid State Drive (SSD) connected to a PERC in % units. If the drive does not support this property, it displays Not Applicable.
Supported Encryption Types Displays the list of hard drives that are encryption capable. It displays:
  • Self Encrypting Drive (SED) : If the hard drive is encryption capable.
  • None: If the drive is not encryption capable.
  • Not Available (N/A) : If the data cannot be retrieved from the inventory.
  • NOTE: This feature is only available for iDRAC devices using WS-MAN protocol and OMSA devices using SNMP protocol.

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