Array Capacity Utilization Reports > Hitachi NAS File System Summary
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Hitachi NAS File System Summary
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This report lists all of the Hitachi NAS (HNAS) filesystems discovered as of the last data collection cycle. There will be a line item for each filesystem in the scope of the report.
Storage Array
The name given to the storage array.
Name given to the enterprise virtual server (EVS).
Provides filesystem characteristics, such as ro (read-only), syslocked (system locked), or WORM. Possible values: Block Size.4KB or = filesystem has been mounted read-only.syslocked = filesystem has been syslocked.WORM / non-strict WORM = filesystem is WORM or non-strict WORM.File system types = WFS-1 or WFS-2.DSB count = for WFS-2 filesystems, the DSB count is shown.replication target = filesystem is being used as the target for high-speed replication.NDMP recovery target = filesystem is mounted to recover a filesystem image from resiliency = filesystem is mounted to tolerate disk errors for read-only operations.write resiliency = filesystem is mounted to tolerate disk errors for read and write operations.
# Paths
Number of paths associated with the filesystem.
Total capacity of the filesystem. Values are stored in the database as KiB and rendered according to your user profile preferences.
Filesystem Name
The instance name of the filesystem. For storage-based snapshots, this is the name assigned when the filesystem was created or renamed.
The capacity to which the filesystem has been confined. An "-" indicates that the filesystem is not confined.
# Tiers
Number of tiers associated with the filesystem.
Thin Provisioned
Indicates if the filesystem is thinly provisioned.