system node virtual-machine instance show-system-disks

Display information about virtual machine system disks

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The system node virtual-machine instance show-system-disks command displays information about the system disks (non-data disks) attached to the virtual machine. Data disk information is available using the command storage disk show -virtual-machine-disk-info.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, ... parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.
| [-instance ]}
If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.
[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node Name
Selects disk information for nodes that match this parameter.
[-vmdisk-purpose <text>] - Purpose of the System Disk
Selects disk information for disks that match this parameter. Values include: Boot, NVRAM, and Core.
[-vmdisk-type <text>] - Type of the System Disk
Selects disk information for disks that match this parameter. Possible values are: VMDISK, SSD.
[-vmdisk-id <text>] - System Disk ID
Selects disk information for disks that match this parameter. The virtual machine ID of the system disk.
[-vmdisk-capacity <text>] - Size of the System Disk
Selects disk information for disks that match this parameter. The size of the system disk.
[-vmdisk-file-name <text>] - File Name of the System Disk Used By the Hypervisor
Selects disk information for disks that match this parameter. The virtual machine file name of the disk. Each system disk is mapped to a unique VM disk file..

Examples

The following example shows typical output from the command.


cluster1::> system node virtual-machine instance show-system-disks
     Disk    Disk    Disk Disk
Node Purpose Type    ID   Capacity    VM Disk File Name
---- ------- ------- ---- ----------- ---------------------------------------
node1
     boot    SSD     0    10GB        node1-vm-disk-boot
     nvram   SSD     1    500GB       node1-vm-disk-nvram
     core    VMDISK  2    216GB       node1-vm-disk-core