Array Capacity Utilization Reports > Array Port Utilization
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Array Port Utilization
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This report provides a list of the physical/logical port connections between the host’s adapter and the storage array. Use this report to troubleshoot connectivity issues and to re-configure when hosts or arrays are taken out of service. In addition, this report provides information you can use to manage load-balancing across array ports.
Storage Array
The array links to the Array Capacity and Utilization. You can select multiple storage arrays or a single array when you generate this report.
Array Port
The array’s port number.
Name of the host that owns the HBA (host bus adaptor) port.
Host Ports
List of the host ports. Comma-separated string of the WWN of all the HBA ports associated with the array port.
Mount Point
The mount point of the filesystem that’s utilizing the port.
Name of the filesystem.
Filesystem Type
When you know the filesystem type, you can determine the host’s storage requirements and limitations.
Examples of filesystem values:
NTFS - Windows NT Filesystem
ext2, ext3 - Extended Filesystems 2 and 3
ufs - Linux Filesystem
vxfs - Veritas Filesystem
FAT - File Allocation Table
hfs - Hierarchical Filesystem (Apple)
ctfs - Cooperative Temporary Filesystem
devfs - Device Filesystem
hsfs - High Sierra Filesystem
jfs - Journaled Filesystem
jfs2 - Journaled Filesystem 2
nfs - Network Filesystem
objfs - Filesystem Object
sfs - Secure Filesystem
gpfs - General Parallel Filesystem (IBM)
proc - a virtual filesystem
procfs - Process Filesystem
tmpfs - a virtual memory filesystem
smbfs - Server Message Block Filesystem
Null - empty
NA - not applicable
Capacity of the filesystem.
The amount of the storage array being used by the filesystem.