Display the volumes visible to the host

The SMdevices tool, part of the nvme-cli package, allows you to view the volumes currently visible on the host. This tool is an alternative to the nvme list command.

Step

  1. To view information about each NVMe path to an E-Series volume, use the nvme netapp smdevices [-o <format>] command. The output <format> can be normal (the default if -o is not used), column, or json.
    # nvme netapp smdevices
    /dev/nvme1n1, Array Name ICTM0706SYS04, Volume Name NVMe2, NSID 1, Volume ID 000015bd5903df4a00a0980000af4462, Controller A, Access State unknown, 2.15GB
    /dev/nvme1n2, Array Name ICTM0706SYS04, Volume Name NVMe3, NSID 2, Volume ID 000015c05903e24000a0980000af4462, Controller A, Access State unknown, 2.15GB
    /dev/nvme1n3, Array Name ICTM0706SYS04, Volume Name NVMe4, NSID 4, Volume ID 00001bb0593a46f400a0980000af4462, Controller A, Access State unknown, 2.15GB
    /dev/nvme1n4, Array Name ICTM0706SYS04, Volume Name NVMe6, NSID 6, Volume ID 00001696593b424b00a0980000af4112, Controller A, Access State unknown, 2.15GB
    /dev/nvme2n1, Array Name ICTM0706SYS04, Volume Name NVMe2, NSID 1, Volume ID 000015bd5903df4a00a0980000af4462, Controller B, Access State unknown, 2.15GB
    /dev/nvme2n2, Array Name ICTM0706SYS04, Volume Name NVMe3, NSID 2, Volume ID 000015c05903e24000a0980000af4462, Controller B, Access State unknown, 2.15GB
    /dev/nvme2n3, Array Name ICTM0706SYS04, Volume Name NVMe4, NSID 4, Volume ID 00001bb0593a46f400a0980000af4462, Controller B, Access State unknown, 2.15GB
    /dev/nvme2n4, Array Name ICTM0706SYS04, Volume Name NVMe6, NSID 6, Volume ID 00001696593b424b00a0980000af4112, Controller B, Access State unknown, 2.15GB