You can access the storage volume parameters from the Mirage Management console.

Table 1. Mirage Storage Volume Parameters




Unique volume identification number set by the Mirage Management system.


Volume name assigned when the volume was added.

Volume State

Current state of the storage volume.

  • Mounted. Volume is reachable and accessible.

  • Malfunctioned. Volume is currently unreachable and inaccessible. CVDs and base layers on this volume cannot be accessed or used until the volume status is restored to Mounted. A manual action is needed to correct the problem.

    Run an SIS volume integrity check before returning the volume to the active state. See Maintain Storage Volumes.

  • Unmounted. Volume was temporarily disconnected by the administrator using the Unmount Volume function. See Remove or Unmount Storage Volumes.

  • Removing. Volume is in the process of removal from the system.

Volume Type

Indicates the type of contents the volume has (Standard Volume - if it contains only CVDs and USMT & Driver Library if it contains USMT& Driver library but not limited to CVDs).


UNC or local path where the volume resides.


Description of the storage volume assigned when the volume was added. You can edit the volume information. See Edit Storage Volume Information.

Capacity (GB)

Storage volume capacity in gigabytes.

Free Space (GB)

Amount of free space in gigabytes available on the storage volume.

Number of CVDs

Number of CVDs stored on the storage volume.

Number of Base Layers

Number of base layers and base layer versions stored on the storage volume.


Status of the storage volume.

  • (blank). The storage volume is available.

  • Blocked. The storage volume is not used when creating new CVDs and base layers, but continues to serve existing stored entities. See Block Storage Volumes.