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Basic Storage Service Configuration Guide for File

OceanStor V3 Series V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2200 V3, 2600 V3, 5300 V3, 5500 V3, 5600 V3, 5800 V3, 6800 V3, 18500 V3, and 18800 V3. It describes the basic storage services and explains how to configure and manage them.
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Viewing File System Information

Viewing File System Information

You can view basic information about file systems.

Prerequisites

At least one file system has been created created.

Procedure

  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Choose Provisioning > File System.
  3. View basic file system information.

    Table 5-5 describes the related parameters.
    Table 5-5 Basic file system information

    Parameter

    Description

    Value

    Name

    Name of the file system.

    [Example]

    FileSystem001

    ID

    ID of the file system.

    [Example]

    1

    Health Status

    Health status of the file system.

    [Example]

    Normal

    Running Status

    Running status of the file system.

    [Example]

    Online

    Type

    Configuration type of the file system.

    [Example]

    Thick file system

    WORM

    WORM mode of the file system.

    [Example]

    Regulatory compliance

    Total Capacity

    Total capacity of the file system.

    [Example]

    100.000 GB

    Available Capacity

    Available capacity of the file system.

    [Example]

    73.359 GB

    Owning Storage Pool

    Owning storage pool of the file system.

    [Example]

    StoragePool000

    Owning Controller

    Owning controller of the file system.

    [Example]

    CTE0.A

    vStore Name

    Name of the vStore.

    [Example]

    vStore001

    vStore ID

    ID of the vStore.

    [Example]

    1

    Clone

    Whether the file system is a clone.

    [Example]

    No

    SmartTier

    Whether the SmartTier is enabled.

    NOTE:
    • This parameter applies to V300R006C30 and later versions.
    • Some product models do not support SmartTier. To check whether your product model support SmartTier, see its product description.

    [Example]

    No

    Allocated Capacity

    Allocated capacity (including the prefetch capacity) of the file system in the storage pool.

    [Example]

    1.000 GB

    Read-write Status

    Operation permission on the file system. The value can be:

    • Inaccessible: The file system is inaccessible.
    • Read-only: The file system can be read but cannot be written.
    • Read-write: The file system can be read and written.
    NOTE:

    This parameter applies to V300R006C50 and later versions.

    [Example]

    Read-write

    Used Capacity Ratio

    Percentage of the file system's used capacity to its total capacity.

    NOTE:

    This parameter applies to V300R006C50 and later versions.

    [Example]

    0%

    Security Mode

    The security mode defines the access control mechanism of the file system accessible through multiple protocols.

    • Mixed

      Applies to the scenario in which both CIFS and NFS users can access and control the file system. Either CIFS or NFS permissions are valid. The latest configured permissions prevail.

    • Native

      Applies to the scenario in which Windows NT ACLs control CIFS users' permissions and UNIX mode bits control NFS users' permissions. In this mode, Windows NT ACLs and UNIX mode bits will neither affect nor synchronize with each other.

      • For CIFS share access, the system checks whether a Windows user has the access permission based on the Windows NT ACLs.
      • For NFS share access, the system checks whether a UNIX user has the access permission based on the UNIX mode bits.
    NOTE:

    This parameter applies to V300R006C60 and later versions.

    [Example]

    Mixed

    NOTE:

    Parameters may vary with product models. The actual GUIs prevail.

  4. Select a file system. In the lower pane, view information about Quota Tree, Quota, Snapshot, Remote Replication, HyperMetro, and HyperVault.
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