Storage Volume Mirror node
A Storage Volume Mirror node represents a mirror image of a Storage Volume, used for high availability.
A Storage Volume Mirror node is created or updated when a storage entity is discovered by one of the following:
- WBEM queries to storage management software triggered by the creation or update of an SI representing storage management software
- Directly discovered storage using WBEM queries to the WBEM/SMI-S provider triggered by the creation or update of a Storage Device node representing the chassis
- Directly discovered storage using SNMP triggered by the creation or update of a Storage Device node representing the chassis
A Storage Volume Mirror node is removed when its parent Storage System node is removed. This is Containment Removal.
Storage Volume Mirror node attributes
The attributes of a Storage Volume Mirror node are as described in the following table:
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|Key of the volume mirror.|
|Id of the volume mirror.|
|Type||Type of the volume mirror.|
Name of the volume mirror.
|Block Size||Block size.|
|Number of Blocks|
Number of blocks.
|Consumable Blocks||Consumable Blocks|
|Consumed From Pool|
Amount of capacity that has been consumed in the parent pool. For thin volumes, this value will typically be less than the visible capacity; for traditional volumes this value equals, or is greater than, the visible capacity.
|Thinly Provisioned||Indicates a thinly provisioned volume.|
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Indicates that the volume is mapped to a client.
Storage Volume node relationships
The relationships of a Storage Volume Mirror node are as described in the following table:
StorageSystem for this Volume Mirror.
Pool for this Volume Mirror.
Volume for this Volume Mirror.