Displays the OS volume description.


Displays the OS volume creation time stamp.


Displays the change in the OS volume information (time and metadata).

Displays the state of the OS volume. Some of the common possible states for the OS volume and their respective indications are:
  • OK - Everything is fine with the OS volume.

  • Degraded - The replication status of the OS volume when one of the replicated nodes is down.

  • Transitioning - The replication status of the OS volume is changing, it is neither normal nor degraded.

  • Resyncing - The OS volume resync is in progress.

  • Restriping - The OS volume restriping is in progress.

  • Error - The OS volume has errors because one or more conditions for an OS volume to be OK is not fulfilled.

  • Unrecoverable - The OS volume has unrecoverable I/O errors.

If the OS volume state stays in any other state than OK when both the nodes in a cluster are healthy for more than a couple of hours, contact your authorized support representative with the issue details.
Provisioned Capacity

Displays the current provisioned capacity of the selected OS volume.

Allocated Capacity

Displays the total allocated capacity for the selected OS volume.

iSCSI name

Displays the name of the iSCSI target. The iSCSI name is the identifier created, when an OS volume is deployed.

IP address

Displays the IPv4 address of the virtual storage, where the OS volume is present.

Port number

Displays the port number on which the virtual storage hosting the OS volume listens.

Server profile

Displays server profile link that is deployed with the OS volume. The server profile link navigates to the server profile in HPE OneView.

Located in

Displays the name of the deployment appliance in which the selected OS volume is available. The deployment appliance link navigates to the deployment appliance containing the OS volume.