Array Capacity Utilization Reports > OpenStack Swift Container Summary
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OpenStack Swift Container Summary
Use Search to find a template, report or dashboard by name. Search is case insensitive, supports partial entries, and will display a list of potential matches.
As you enter the name in the Search field, up to 10 potential matches are displayed. If the template, report or dashboard is shown, you can select and run it directly from the match list. You can also click All Items in the match list to go directly to the Search Results.
StorageConsole provides different navigation options to slice and examine your collected data. You can explore the data by using the APTARE customizable report templates or by using parts of your IT infrastructure as entry points. The Inventory Navigator serves as a browser for your infrastructure by object type. See also Exploring Your Inventory.
Use the Reports tab to examine the StorageConsole catalog of templates, dashboards and reports - organized by products along with user-created, and system folders. This report is located here:
List OpenStack Swift containers to identify used capacity, quotas, and relevant policies. Drill down to details associated with storage utilization by account.
Cluster Name
Name of the cluster (storage array)
The name of the container. The same name can be used for containers in different accounts.
The unique ID of the OpenStack Swift account. An account is also known as the project or tenant. An account is actually a storage area.
# Objects
The number of objects, as of the last data collection cycle.
Used Capacity
Amount of space currently used by the container.
If the meta name for the container has a quota string, then this is the meta value. This is collected in bytes and converted to KiB.
Create Date
The date and time the OpenStack Swift container data was created in the APTARE StorageConsole database.
Storage Policy
Name of the storage policy. Drill down to the OpenStack Swift Policy Summary report.
The value of this flag indicates the container where the versions are stored. Object versioning is implemented by setting a flag on the container to tell OpenStack Swift to version all objects in the container.
Sync to
Indicates the cluster to which the container is syncing. OpenStack Swift can be configured so that the contents of a container will be mirrored to another container via background synchronization. Clusters can allow/accept sync requests to/from other clusters. This requires a configuration that specifies where to sync the container, along with a secret synchronization key.