Available/Reclaimable Capacity Reports > Unused Disks/Volume Groups
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Unused Disks/Volume Groups
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Use this report to view a list of hosts that have available space. These hosts have space from which more partitions or logical volumes can be created. This report can be used to identify storage that has been requested, but that is not being used. Then, the list can be emailed to the group that has requested the storage.
In the report’s scope selector, the Host Type option can be used to include virtual hosts in this host-based report: VM Guest, VM Server, VIO Guest, VIO Server, or Other. Note that host disks, not volume groups, are displayed for virtual hosts. Also, there are no unused disks for VM Guests, as virtual disks are created by the VM Guest.
NOTE: In this report, if the RAID type = 1, the capacity is divided by 2, to reflect true usable capacity.
For HP 3PAR, volume groups refer to Common Provisioning Groups.
Additional details can be accessed via the following links in the report:
Host Name - Host Utilization Detail
Host Name
Host identified as having available space.
Disk Vol Grp
The volume group that has available space. For HP 3PAR: Volume group refers to Common Provisioning Group (CPG).
Type of Disk/Volume Group. For HP 3PAR: Volume group refers to Common Provisioning Group (CPG).
Capacity of the host.
Used capacity.
Capacity available for this host.
The RAID type of the volume group. For HP 3PAR: Volume group refers to Common Provisioning Group (CPG).