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Virtual Machine Storage Details

Virtual Machine Storage Details

From the Storage Details tab you can monitor your storage usage by virtual machines in any compute pool. Storage usage is presented differently in reserved compute pools than instance-based compute pools. Storage for reserved virtual machines is purchased in advance. Reserved compute pools show usage as a percentage of purchased storage. However, storage for instance-based virtual machines is not purchased in advance, but rather billed by usage. Instance-based compute pools show usage as a percentage of allocated storage.

Note: You can click on each column header to sort either in ascending or descending order.

Reserved Compute Pools

For reserved compute pools:

  1. Click Virtual Machine.
    • Reserved virtual machines and their storage usage appear.
    • Reserved compute pools show % of Purchased.

Instance-Based Compute Pools

For instance-based compute pools:

  1. Click Virtual Machine.
    • Instance-based virtual machines and their storage usage appear.
    • Instance-based compute pools show % of Allocated.