You can view the status of virtual disks in the Virtual SAN cluster.

About this task

When one or more hosts are unable to communicate with the Virtual SAN datastore, the information about virtual devices is not displayed.

Procedure

  1. Navigate to the Virtual SAN cluster in the vSphere Web Client.
  2. Click the Monitor tab and click vSAN.
  3. Select Virtual Disks to view all hosts and the corresponding virtual disks in the Virtual SAN cluster, including which hosts, cache and capacity devices their components are currently consuming.
  4. Select the VM home folder on one of the virtual machines and click the Physical Disk Placement tab to view device information, such as name, identifier or UUID, and so on.

    Click the Compliance Failures tab to check the compliance status of your virtual machine.

  5. Select hard disk on one of the virtual machines and click the Physical Disk Placement tab to view the device information, such as name, identifier or UUID, number of devices used for each virtual machine, and how they are mirrored across hosts.

    Click the Compliance Failures tab to check the compliance status of your virtual device.

  6. Click the Compliance Failures tab to check the compliance status of your virtual machines.