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Command Reference 10

OceanStor 5300 V3, 5500 V3, 5600 V3, 5800 V3, and 6800 V3 Storage System V300R003

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show vm_fs general

show vm_fs general


The show vm_fs general command is used to view virtual machine (VM) file systems.


show vm_fs general [ vm_fs_id=? ]





vm_fs_id=? ID of the VM file system.

To obtain the value, run the "show vm_fs general" command without parameters.



Usage Guidelines

Only OceanStor 5300 V3 (32 GB memory), 5500 V3 (48 GB/64 GB memory), 5600 V3 (64 GB/128 GB memory), and 5800 V3 (128 GB/256 GB memory) support this command.


  • View all VM file systems.

    admin:/>show vm_fs general 
      ID  Block ID  Health Status  Running Status  Work VM_Container ID  Owner VM_Container ID  
      --  --------  -------------  --------------  --------------------  ---------------------  
      0   0         Normal         Mount           0                     0                      
      1   1         Normal         Mount           1                     1
  • View a specified VM file system.

    admin:/>show vm_fs general vm_fs_id=0
      ID                    : 0                  
      Block ID              : 0                  
      Health Status         : Normal             
      Running Status        : Mount              
      Work VM_Container ID  : 0                  
      Owner VM_Container ID : 0                  
      Total Capacity        : 199.938GB          
      Available Capacity    : 151.826GB          
      Capacity Usage(%)     : 24

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.




ID of the VM file system.

Block ID

ID of the block device.

Health Status

Health status of the VM file system.

Running Status

Operating status of the VM file system.

Work VM_Container ID

ID of the working VM container of the VM file system.

Owner VM_Container ID

ID of the owner VM container of the VM file system.

Total Capacity

Total capacity of the VM file system.

Available Capacity

Available capacity of the VM file system.

Capacity Usage(%)

Capacity usage of the VM file system.

Updated: 2019-07-22

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