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Get-HP4Volume

Short Description

Returns HPE StoreVirtual storage volumes.

Applies to

Platform: VMware

Product Edition: Standard, Enterprise, Enterprise Plus

Storage system: HPE StoreVirtual (LeftHand/P4000), HPE StoreVirtual VSA

Syntax

Get-HP4Volume [-Name <string[]>] [<CommonParameters>]

-OR-

Get-HP4Volume -Cluster <CHpP4kCluster[]> [-Name <string[]>] [<CommonParameters>]

-OR-

Get-HP4Volume -Storage <CHpP4Group[]> [-Name <string[]>] [<CommonParameters>]

Detailed Description

This cmdlet returns HPE StoreVirtual storage volumes.

You can get the list of all storage volumes in your storage system, narrow down the output by the volume name, or specify a cluster or a storage within which you want to look for the volumes.

Alias

Get-VBRHPVolume

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Required

Position

Accept
Pipeline
Input

Accept
Wildcard
Characters

Name

Specifies the array of volumes names. The cmdlet will return the volumes with these names.

False

Named

False

True

Cluster

Specifies the array of clusters. The cmdlet will return the volumes of these clusters.

False

Named

False

False

Storage

Specifies the array of storages. The cmdlet will return the volumes of these storages.

False

Named

False

False

<CommonParameters>

This cmdlet supports Microsoft PowerShell common parameters. For more information about common parameters, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=113216.

Example 1

This command looks for all volumes on a selected storage.

  1. Run Get-HP4Storage to get the storage and save it to the $storage variable.
  2. Run Get-HP4Volume with the $storage variable.

PS C:\PS> $storage = Get-HP4Storage -Name "HPE StoreVirtual VSA"

PS C:\PS> Get-HP4Volume -Storage $storage

Example 2

This command looks for all volumes on a selected cluster.

  1. Run Get-HP4Storage to get the storage and save it to the $storage variable.
  2. Run Get-HP4Cluster with the $storage variable. Save the cluster to the $cluster variable.
  3. Run Get-HP4Volume with the $cluster variable.

PS C:\PS> $storage = Get-HP4Storage -Name "HPE StoreVirtual VSA"

PS C:\PS> $cluster = Get-HP4Cluster -Storage $storage -Name "HPE Cluster 01"

PS C:\PS> Get-HP4Volume -Cluster $cluster

Example 3

This command looks for a specific volume on a cluster.

  1. Run Get-HP4Storage to get the storage and save it to the $storage variable.
  2. Run Get-HP4Cluster with the $storage variable. Save the cluster to the $cluster variable.
  3. Run Get-HP4Volume with the $cluster variable. Indicate the volume name.

PS C:\PS> $storage = Get-HP4Storage -Name "HPE StoreVirtual VSA"

PS C:\PS> $cluster = Get-HP4Cluster -Storage $storage -Name "HPE Cluster 01"

PS C:\PS> Get-HP4Volume -Cluster $cluster -Name "HPE Volume 01"

Example 4

This command looks for a specific volume on a storage.

  1. Run Get-HP4Storage to get the storage and save it to the $storage variable.
  2. Run Get-HP4Volume with the $storage variable.

PS C:\PS> $storage = Get-HP4Storage -Name "HPE StoreVirtual VSA"

PS C:\PS> Get-HP4Volume -Storage $storage -Name "HPE Volume 01"

Related Commands

Get-HP4Storage

Get-HP4Cluster

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