Virtualization Manager Reports > VM Files Summary
Version 9.1.01
VM Files Summary
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List all VM files, with associated datastores and LUNs. Use this report to identify space that could be reclaimed.
File Name
Name of the file.
File Path
The file path in datastore format; for example:
[storage] win2k/testing/bue11dtesting.vmx
The datastore in which this file resides.
VM Server
The host that is running the VM software (ESX).
VM Name
Name of the virtual machine.
VM Host Name
The server that is hosting the VMs.
VM Status
Gray=Status Unknown, Green=Normal, Yellow=Warning, Red=Alert, definite problem
Provision Type
Indicates if the file is thin or thick provisioned.
File Type
File type identifier:
VmLog - log for VMware workstation activity (.log)
VmNvram - VM BIOS state (.nvrm)
VmDisk - contents of the VM’s hard drive (.vmdk)
VmSnapshot - metadata about snapshots (.vmsd)
VmConfigFile - primary configuration file (.vmx)
File Used
Size of the Virtual Machine image (.vmdk file) containing data.
Maximum File Size
Capacity of the virtual disk from the point of view of a virtual machine.
LUN Name
The LUN on which the file resides.
The array on which the file resides.
Last Modified
Date and time stamp of last file modification.