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The GUI Pools screen displays the system pools along with their properties.

Capacity indicators

  • State - indicates whether the pool is Normal or Locked
  • Physical capacity – indicates the following:

    1. Pool total capacity
    2. Pool used capacity, in percentage
      1. Green means Normal
      2. Red means Locked
    3. Pool thresholds (orange for warning, red for critical)
    4. Pool allocated capacity - capacity that is allocated to the pool entities
    5. Pool Free capacity - the amount of pool capacity that is free for use
  • Virtual Total - indicates the following:
    1. Pool total virtual capacity
    2. Pool used virtual capacity, in percentage
      1. Green means Normal
      2. Red means Locked
    3. Pool allocated virtual capacity - capacity that is allocated to the pool entities
    4. Pool free virtual capacity - the amount of pool capacity that is free for use

Specifying the capacity units

Use the unit argument to specify the way the capacity fields of the output are displayed. Available units are:

  • B – Byte. For example, 1000000192512
  • G – GB. For example, 1000.00 GB
  • GB – Same as G.
  • GiB – Gibibyte (210)3 bytes. For example, 931.32 GiB.
  • T – TB. For example, 1.000 TB.
  • TB – same as T.
  • TiB – Tebibyte (210)bytes. For example, 0.909 TiB.
  • Block –512 bytes. For example, 1907349.

GUI instructions

  1. Click the Pools icon on the toolbar on the left.
    The Pools screen opens, displaying the system's pools.

InfiniShell instructions

Run: pool.query. 

 

 

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