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Storage Pool Capacity Summary

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Created by Nigel, last modified by Nigel on Mar 14, 2017

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This resource displays the total usage capacity (the aggregated amount of all formatted, RAID-configured and presented storage capacity that can actually be used), showing the used and free amount in a fill chart.

This chart may also include a tree structure showing the capacities of the immediate children of the current object. A Storage Pool shows either LUNs or NAS Volumes depending on whether the Storage Pool is a File or Block pool.

Each item in the tree is clickable to display the LUN or NAS Volume Detail pages.

Total Usable Capacity

The total physical capacity of the storage pool. This capacity can be used for creating LUNs and Volumes.

Total Subscribed

Subscribed amount of space configured for all LUNs and Volumes from this pool.

Projected Run-Out

Estimated time remaining before the Storage Pool runs out of space. This projection is calculated using the last three months of statistics.

Provisioned

The amount of usable capacity consumed by all LUNs and Volumes allocated from this Pool.
Data Reduction The savings achieved due to pattern removal, de-dup and compression for the data stored by host. This does not include savings related to thin provisioning.

Remaining

The amount of capacity currently available for provisioning. Calculated as Total Usable Capacity.

Over-Subscribed

The capacity configured for LUNs subscribed from this pool that exceeds the physical capacity. This is the difference between Total Subscribed capacity and the Total Usable Capacity.

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