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How does OnCommand Unified Manager (DFM) aggregate overcommitted Calculation work?

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OnCommand Unified Manager Core Package (DFM)

 

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During overcommittment calculations, 'autogrow' is taken into account. OnCommand Unified Manager/ DFM treats autogrow as a method of thin provisioning. Therefore, it is included in the aggregate overcommitted calculations.

For example: If a volume size is 100GB, autogrow is enabled, and the 'maximum-size' is set to 200GB, the 'maximum-size' value (that is, 200GB in this case) is taken into account when calculating aggregate overcommitted.

 

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