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Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Vmware Enumerations

 

ENUMERATIONTYPEDESCRIPTION
Datastore StatusupAccessible from all connected hosts
downNot accessible from all connected hosts
degradedAccessible from some connected hosts
unknownUnknown
Datastore Volume TypelocalLocal file system
nasNetwork Attached Storage
vmfsVMware file system
Multipathing StatusupFull redundancy
degradedPartial/No redundancy
downAll paths down
unknownUnknown
NAS Mount TypenfsNetwork File System
cifsCommon Internet File System
NAS Mount StatusupAccessible
downNot accessible
unknownUnknown
SCSI Adapter TypeparallelScsiParallel SCSI
fcFibre Channel
fcoeFibre Channel over Ethernet
iscsiiSCSI
blockBlock devices
SCSI Adapter StatusupOperational
downNot operational
unknownUnknown
SCSI Path Activity StateactiveOperational and in use
standbyOperational but not in use
disabledDisabled for operation
deadDead and cannot be used for operation
unknownUnknown
SCSI Path UsageupOperational
downNot operational
unknownUnknown
SCSI Target StatusupAccessible
downNot accessible
unknownUnknown
SCSI Path PreferredyesPreferred
noNot preferred
unknownUnknown
Status of SCSI VolumeupAccessible from all connected hosts
downNot accessible from all connected hosts
degradedAccessible from some connected hosts
unknownUnknown
VM File TypeconfigConfig (vmx) file
coreCore (core) file
diskDescriptorDisk descriptor (vmdk) file
diskExtentDisk extent (-flat/-delta/-s/-rdm/-rdmp.vmdk) file
extendedConfigExtended config (vmxf) file
logLog (log) file
nvramNon-volatile RAM (nvram) file
screenshotScreenshot file
snapshotDataSnapshot data (vmsn) file
snapshotListSnapshot metadata (vmsd) file
statVirtual machine statistics (stat) file
suspendSuspend (vmss) file
swapSwap (vswp/vmem) file

Source:-
Vmware Documentation