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Usable Capacity Summary

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Updated March 17th, 2017 

On the Capacity Dashboard, this resource shows expandable fill charts for all arrays and clusters being monitored by SRM. These indicate how much of the total usable capacity is currently in use, and how much remains. Total usable capacity includes RAID and allocated storage targets. Click on the name to open the Detail page for the array or cluster.

On individual array or cluster pages, this resource shows the total usable capacity, used capacity, remaining capacity and projected run-out for the selected array or cluster. Click the gray triangle in front of the array name to display the storage pools.

Click Edit to:

  • Change the title and subtitle of the resource.
  • Change the number of arrays and clusters displayed.
 
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