Array Capacity Utilization Reports > EMC VPLEX Storage Volume Summary
Version 9.2.01
EMC VPLEX Storage Volume Summary
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This report lists the VPLEX Storage Volumes, which represent the storage that is connected to back-end ports. View the capacity metrics associated with the back-end storage, including the storage volume, number of extents, health and status, and the capacity served to the VPLEX appliance.
Name of the storage array. Links to the Array Capacity & Utilization report.
Storage Volume
The storage array name associated with the storage volume.
Name of the backend LUN.
IO Status
Indicates the I/O status of the storage volume. Possible values:
alive = I/O is proceeding normally on the extent.
dead = The underlying storage volume is marked as hardware-dead.
unreachable = The underlying storage volume is unreachable.
Operational Status
Reason for the operational status, if the status is not OK.
Indicates whether the storage volume has an associated storage volume header, and whether that header is stored on the storage volume or on a metadata volume.
Health State
Displays an overview of the extent health. Possible values:
Critical failure
The vendor-specific name for the storage volume.
Indicates how the system is currently using the storage volume. Possible values:
The total number of bytes in the extent. This total represents the block size multiplied by the block count.
# of Extents
The number of extents in the storage volume.