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Customizing the SVM Inventory report to display a list of SVMs reaching maximum volume limit

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You can customize the SVM Inventory report to display a list of SVMs that are reaching the maximum volume limit by sorting the volumes in increasing order.

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You can also perform this task by going to the Reports page and clicking Run Report for the appropriate report.


  1. To remove the grouping by cluster, perform the following steps:

    1. Click inside the column that needs to be ungrouped.

    2. Click the click to see menu icon.

    3. Select Group > Delete Inner Group.

  2. To filter SVMs that do not have unlimited allowed volumes, click the Maximum Allowed Volumes column and open the Filter dialog box by clicking the click to filter icon.

  3. In the Data type field, select String and click OK.

  4. From the Condition drop-down list, select Not Equal To.

  5. Click Select Values and select Unlimited.

  6. To add a new computed column, perform the following steps:

    1. Select a column, click the click to see menu icon, and select Column > New Computed Column.

    2. In the New Computed Column dialog box, type Available Volume in the Column Label field.

    3. From the Select Category list, select Math.

    4. From the Select Function drop-down list, select Advanced.

    5. In the Enter Expression field, type [maximumVolumes]-[volumeCount].

    6. Click OK.

  7. To sort SVMs in ascending order, click in the Available Volume column, and click the click to see menu icon.

  8. Select Filter > Top/Bottom N.

  9. In the Top/Bottom N dialog box, select Bottom N from the Filter field and enter a value in the text field.

  10. Click OK.