Array Capacity Utilization Reports > NetApp Cluster-Mode Array iSCSI Port Utilization
Version 9.2.01
NetApp Cluster-Mode Array iSCSI Port Utilization
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Click a # iSCSI Ports link.
Name of the storage array. Drill down to Array Capacity and Utilization (NetApp Cluster).
Array Port
The server name.
The name of the host to display in reports.
Port WWM
WWN of the array port. Comma separated string of the WWN of all HBA ports associated with the array port.
Mount Point
The mount point of the file system that is utilizing the port.
File System
File system name.
File System Type
File System type.
When you know the file system type, you can determine the host's storage requirements and limitations. Examples of file system values:
NTFS - Windows NT file system
ext2, ext3 - Extended file systems 2 and 3
ufs - Unix file system
vxfs - Veritas file system
FAT - File Allocation Table
hfs - Hierarchical file system (Apple)
ctfs - Cooperative temporary file system
devfs - Device file system
hsfs - High Sierra file system
jfs - Journaled file system
jfs2 - Journaled file system 2
nfs - Network file system
objfs - File system object
sfs - Secure file system
gpfs - General Parallel file system (IBM)
proc - a virtual file system
procfs - Process file system
tmpfs - a virtual memory file system
smbfs - Server Message Block file system
Null - empty NA- not applicable
Total capacity of the file system.
Values are stored as KiB in the database and rendered according to your user profile preferences
Used Capacity
Total used capacity of the file system.
The amount of the storage array being used by the file system. Values are stored as KiB in the database and rendered according to your user profile preferences.
Name of the Vserver. Drill down to NetApp Cluster-Mode Vserver Summary.
Current state of this connection.
Possible values:
New_Connection, Waiting_Tpgtag_Assignment, Login_Waiting_Req, Login_Req_Rcvd, Login_Waiting_Auth, Login_OK_New_Session_Requested, Login_New_Session_Waiting_Reinstatement, Login_OK_New_Conn_Requested, Login_New_Conn_Waiting_Reinstatement, Login_Send_Final_Resp, Full_Feature_Phase, Shutdown_Start, Shutdown_Waiting_Sockio_Shutdown, Shutdown_Sockio_Shutdown_Done, Shutdown_Waiting_ImmDeliv_FFPCmds_Done, Shutdown_ImmDeliv_FFPCmds_Done, Shutdown_Recovery_Waiting_FFPCmds_Ready, Shutdown_Recovery_Waiting_Logout_Rcvd, Shutdown_Recovery_Logout_Rcvd, Shutdown_Recovery_Waiting_FFPCmds_Reassigned, Shutdown_Terminate_Abort_Seq_FFPCmds, Shutdown_Terminate_Waiting_Seq_FFPCmds_Done, Shutdown_Terminate_Seq_FFPCmds_Done.