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Thin LUNs (by Capacity)

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Updated March 14th, 2017

When displayed on a summary dashboard, this resource provides a  lists of all thin LUNs being monitored in the storage environment.
When displayed on a storage object details page, this resource provides a  lists of all thin LUNs associated with the object.

A thin, or virtual, LUN is a representation of a storage area and not tied to any physical storage allocation.

LUNs can be sorted by any column.

You can search the list of LUNs by entering any part of the LUN name in the search box.

For each thin LUN, the status and name, storage pool, associated endpoint, total size, and provisioned capacity, provisioned capacity percentage, file system used capacity, and file system used percentage.

Provisioned capacity and Provisioned %,  are highlighted in yellow or red if the warning or critical threshold had been reached or exceeded.

You can search the list of LUNs by entering any part of the LUN name in the search box.

Associated endpoints are only displayed if physical or virtual storage devices have been mapped to the LUN. See Map your storage environment with SRM and other Orion modules for more information.

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  • Change the title and subtitle.
  • Specify the number of LUNs displayed.
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