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View your inventory in the Nodes page

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You can view both your storage and compute assets in your system and determine their IP addresses, names, and software versions.

You can view storage information for your two-, three-, and four-node systems and any NetApp HCI Witness Nodes associated with two-node or three-node clusters.
Witness Nodes manage quorum within the cluster; they are not used for storage. Witness Nodes are applicable only to NetApp HCI and not to all-flash storage environments.

For more information about Witness Nodes, see Nodes definitions.

Steps
  1. Open a web browser and browse to the IP address of the management node. For example:

    https://[management node IP address]
  2. Log in to NetApp Hybrid Cloud Control by providing the NetApp HCI storage cluster administrator credentials.

  3. In the left navigation blue box, select the NetApp HCI installation.

    The Hybrid Cloud Control Dashboard appears.

  4. In the left navigation, click Nodes.

    The Storage tab appears.

    Hybrid Cloud Control Nodes page image
  5. On the Storage tab of the Nodes page, review the following information:

    1. Two-node clusters: A “two-node” label appears on the Storage tab and the associated Witness Nodes are listed.

    2. Three-node clusters: The storage nodes and associated Witness Nodes are listed. Three-node clusters have a Witness Node deployed on standby to maintain high availability in the case of node failure.

    3. Clusters with four nodes or more: Information for clusters with four or more nodes appears. Witness Nodes do not apply; the Witness Nodes table does not appear.

  6. To view compute inventory information, click Compute.

  7. Options:

    1. To filter the list of items in the results, click the Filter icon and select the filters. You can also enter text for the filter.

    2. To show or hide columns, click the Show/Hide Columns icon.

    3. To download the table, click the Download icon.

To view the number of storage and compute resources, look at the Hybrid Cloud Control (HCC) Dashboard. See View storage and compute resources in HCC Dashboard.

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