Data collected for Veritas Volume Manager on Linux Discovery collects disk and volume information for Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) on Linux hosts and maps file systems mounted on Veritas volumes to the upstream storage provider. Table schema Note: Ensure that VxVM is correctly installed and configured. If you are using 3rd party drivers, you must configure sudo permission for vxdmpadm. Table 1. VxVM tables Table Extends table Veritas Disk [cmdb_ci_veritas_disk] Storage Pool [cmdb_ci_storage_pool] Veritas Disk Group [cmdb_ci_veritas_disk_group] Configuration Item [cmdb_ci] Veritas Plex [cmdb_ci_veritas_plex] Storage Pool [cmdb_ci_storage_pool] Veritas Subdisk [cmdb_ci_veritas_subdisk] Storage Pool Member [cmdb_ci_storage_pool_member] Veritas Volume [cmdb_ci_veritas_volume] Storage Pool [cmdb_ci_storage_pool] Data collected Table 2. VxVM data collected Table Fields Relationship Veritas Disk [cmdb_ci_veritas_disk] name size_bytes disk_group Provided by::Provides relationship to the physical disk. Veritas Disk Group [cmdb_ci_veritas_disk_group] name Contains::Contained by relationship to Veritas Disks in the group. Veritas Plex [cmdb_ci_veritas_plex] name size_bytes layout (CONCAT, STRIPE, RAID) Veritas Subdisk [cmdb_ci_veritas_subdisk] partition_number source_start_offset: 1 source_end_offset 2 start_offset 3 end_offset 4 size_bytes Veritas Volume [cmdb_ci_veritas_volume] name Stored on::Provides storage for relationship to Veritas Disks on which the volume is stored. Displaying data VxVM Discovery maps file systems to the disks that supply storage. By default this is the only information displayed in the UI. The file system to disk relationship is shown as an upstream Stored on relationship on the File System form. To see the remainder of the information that Discovery captures for VxVM, you must add the appropriate related list to the Linux Server form. The available lists are: Veritas Disk Group Veritas Disk Veritas Plex Veritas Subdisk (Computer) Veritas Subdisk (Storage) Veritas Volume 1 Offset in the disk from which this subdisk is partitioned.2 Offset in the disk from which this subdisk is partitioned.3 Offset of this subdisk in the plex that is using it.4 Offset of this subdisk in the plex that is using it.