Individual virtual volume details

The Virtual Volumes page on the VVols tab provides the following virtual volume information when you select an individual virtual volume and view its details.

VMW_XXX
Information in fields prefaced with "VMW_" are defined by VMware.
Parent Virtual Volume ID
The virtual volume ID of the parent virtual volume. If the ID is all zeros, the virtual volume is independent with no link to a parent.
Virtual Volume ID
The UUID of the virtual volume.
Virtual Volume Type
The virtual volume type: Config, Data, Memory, Swap, or Other.
Volume ID
The ID of the underlying volume.
Access
The read-write permissions assigned to the virtual volume.
Account Name
Name of the account containing the volume.
Access Groups
Associated volume access groups.
Total Volume Size
Total provisioned capacity in bytes.
Non-Zero Blocks
Total number of 4KiB blocks with data after the last garbage collection operation has completed.
Zero Blocks
Total number of 4KiB blocks without data after the last round of garbage collection operation has completed.
Snapshots
The number of associated snapshots. Click the number to link to snapshot details.
Min IOPS
The minimum IOPS QoS setting of the virtual volume.
Max IOPS
The maximum IOPS QoS setting of the virtual volume.
Burst IOPS
The maximum burst QoS setting of the virtual volume.
Enable 512
Because virtual volumes always use 512-byte block size emulation, the value is always yes.
Volumes Paired
Indicates if a volume is paired.
Create Time
The time the virtual volume creation task was completed.
Blocks Size
Size of the blocks on the volume.
Unaligned Writes
For 512e volumes, the number of write operations that were not on a 4k sector boundary. High numbers of unaligned writes might indicate improper partition alignment.
Unaligned Reads
For 512e volumes, the number of read operations that were not on a 4k sector boundary. High numbers of unaligned reads might indicate improper partition alignment.
scsiEUIDeviceID
Globally unique SCSI device identifier for the volume in EUI-64 based 16-byte format.
scsiNAADeviceID
Globally unique SCSI device identifier for the volume in NAA IEEE Registered Extended format.
Attributes
List of name-value pairs in JSON object format.