You can view the available file systems using the NAS Manager.
Navigate to File Systems page.to display the
Field/Item Description Filter Click to open the Filter dialog box and enter one or more of the following filtering criteria:
- File System
- Storage Pool
Click OK to save the filter settings. File Systems that meet the specified criteria are displayed on the page. Click reset to remove all filter settings.
Label Name of the file system, assigned upon creation and used to identify the file system when performing particular operations; for example, creating an export or taking a snapshot. Total Size of the file system. Used (%) Percentage amount of space used by the file system.
The following Usage Alerts criteria apply:
- If Usage Alerts are enabled on the entire file system, the sliding bar turns yellow when the warning limit is exceeded and orange when the severe limit is exceeded.
- If Usage Alerts are not enabled, the sliding bar turns yellow when 85% capacity is reached and orange when the file system is full.
Used Amount of space used by the file system. Free Amount of free space available on the file system. Storage Pool Name of the storage pool on which the file system resides. Status The status can be one of the following:
- Checking: The file system is being checked; during this check, the approximate percentage of completion for each phase of the check (note that some phases take longer than others, and that the percentage complete is only for the current phase, not for the overall procedure).
- Failing: The file system has failed, but is being checked, fixed, or recovered.
- Fixing: The file system is being repaired. When fixing, an approximate percentage complete is displayed for each phase of the repair (note that some repair phases take longer than others, and that the percentage complete is only for the current phase, not for the overall procedure).
- Formatting: The file system is being formatted.
- Initializing System Drive: The system drive is initializing.
- Mounted: The file system is mounted and is available for service.
- Mounted as Readonly: The file system is mounted, but is in read-only mode.
- Mounted as Object Replication target: The file system is mounted and has been formatted as an object replication target.
- Mounting: The file system is being mounted and available for service.
- Not Assigned to EVS: The file system is not currently assigned to an EVS.
- Not Available for Mounting: The file system is not available. Make sure to enable the EVS to which the file system is assigned and make sure the file system is not marked "hidden".
- Not Mounted: The file system is not mounted.
- Not Mounted (System Drive initialization status unknown): The file system is not mounted, and the SD initialization status is not known.
- Not Mounted (System Drive is not initialized): The file system is not mounted. The SD initialization status is known, but SD initialization is not complete.
- Syslocked: The file system is syslocked.
EVS EVS to which the file system is assigned. details Displays the File System Details page for the selected file system. mount Select one or more unmounted file systems and click mount to mount the file system.NoteThe server remembers which file systems were mounted when it shuts down, and mounts them automatically during system startup. unmount Select one ore more mounted file system and click unmount to unmount the file system. create Click to advance to the Create file system page. Download File Systems Downloads a spreadsheet containing information about all of the listed file systems. System Drives Displays the System Drives page. Quotas by File System Displays the Quotas by File Systems page. Storage Pools Displays the list of storage pools on the server. Active Tasks Displays more information about active tasks on the Active Tasks page. Dedupe File Systems Displays the Deduplication page.