Array Capacity Utilization Reports > XIV Snapshot Details
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XIV Snapshot Details
Detail reports are related to a specific enterprise object, such as a backup job or SAN fabric. You can only access detail reports through a link presented in the context of a main report, providing additional information that augments the main report. Detail reports cannot be generated, customized, or saved, as they are specific to the report from which they were derived. Therefore, they will not be available in search results.
Use Quick search to find the main template, report or a dashboard by name. Search is case insensitive, supports partial entries, and will display a list of potential matches.
As you enter the template, dashboard or report name in the Quick Search field, up to 10 potential matches are displayed. If the result is shown, you can select and run it directly from the match list. You can also select All Items to display the full search results page and further filter your results.
You can use the Explorer tab to browse through the StorageConsole templates, dashboards and reports. The navigation pane displays templates organized by products along with user created, and system folders. The main report is located here:
Next, click a link from the Snaps column.
See also: How Capacity Values are Represented in XIV Reports.
XIV Snapshot Detail
Storage Array
Array for the snapshot
Master Volume
Master volume for the snapshot
List of Snapshots
Snapshot name
Snap Time
Date/Time of Snapshot
Allocated size in GB or blocks
Used in GB or blocks
% Util
Used/Hard Limit
Either Volume name for snapshots to volumes or Snapshot Name for snapshots of snaps
Locking Status
If the field is empty, it means it is Not Locked
Serial #
Snapshot serial number
Name of the host that is using the storage
Host LUN
The Snapshot to which the host is mapped
Mount Point
The host’s filesystem mount point for this Snapshot. It is possible to have zero mount points and filesystems, in the scenario where a Snapshot has been allocated to the host, but the host has not yet made use of it by creating a filesystem and mounting it.
The host’s filesystem or drive name to which the Snapshot maps. Snapshots simply appear as disks to hosts.
Host Storage Domain
A logical group of hosts that can be accessed via the same physical storage port, with each host accessing its own unique Snapshot.
Array Port WWN
The unique identifier, World Wide Name, of the array port address.