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Hitachi NAS EVS Summary
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This report lists all of the Hitachi NAS (HNAS) Enterprise Virtual Servers (EVS) discovered as of the last data collection cycle. There will be a line item for each EVS in the scope of the report. Multiple filers possible. Each Hitachi NAS Cluster can have multiple EVS depending on the amount of front-end connectivity required.
Storage Array
The name given to the storage array.
Node ID
Identifier of the Hitachi NAS clustered node.
Unique ID for the enterprise virtual server (EVS) in the HNAS subsystem.
Node Name
Name of the Hitachi NAS clustered node.
EVS Name
Name given to the enterprise virtual server (EVS).
FC Status
Fibre channel port status of the node. One of the following states: OK - All fibre channel interfaces are up on the node. Degraded - One or more fibre channel interfaces are down on the node.
FS Access Status
File system access status of the node. One of the following states: OK - All filesystems that have been made available to this node are accessible.Failures - One or more file systems that had been made available to this node are no longer accessible.
IP Address
IP address for the node.
# FC Ports
Number of fibre channel ports associated with the node.