Array Capacity Utilization Reports > NetApp QTree Summary
Version 9.2.01
NetApp QTree Summary
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A QTree is the mechanism used to partition a volume, enabling the management of storage by project, user, or group. Use this QTree Summary to view the quota management configurations for the QTrees within a storage system. Then, drill down to view how each volume is partitioned.
Name of the QTree, or if the ID is 0, the name of the volume is displayed
Storage Array
Name of the associated NetApp storage system
ID of the QTree, which is unique within a volume. An ID of 0 indicates the volume itself.
Indicates if CIFS (Common Internet File System) opportunistic locks are enabled/disabled.
Security Style
Linux, NTFS, or mixed
SnapMirror backup status: Normal, Snapvaulted, Snapmirrored, or Read-only (if a SnapMirror destination)
Name of the volume to which the QTree belongs. Links to the NetApp Snapshot Summary.
Name of the aggregate to which the QTree belongs.Links to the NetApp Aggregate Summary.
# of LUNs
The number of LUNs mapped to the QTree. To view the specific LUN information, see the LUN Utilization Summary for NetApp 7-Mode.
# of Shares
The number of CIFS shares using this volume—links to NetApp QTree Summary
# of Exports
The number of NFS exports using this volume—links to NetApp NFS Summary