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V2 virtual_disks target missing container data for CVM.


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The listed target provides null's for the CVM's virtual disk. Is there a default container that is uses?
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{ "metadata": { "grand_total_entities": 3, "total_entities": 3, "filter_criteria": "", "sort_criteria": "", "page": 1, "count": 3, "start_index": 1, "end_index": 3 }, "entities": [ { "virtual_disk_id": "00055148-f841-31f5-1cf7-246e96180748::9dea5bae-037b-4418-9fa5-54b22ab42bb8:scsi.0", "uuid": "bf72d659-3f6f-4c7d-83d3-cc5ff9b1cc50", "nutanix_nfsfile_path": null, "disk_address": null, "attached_vm_id": "00055148-f841-31f5-1cf7-246e96180748::9dea5bae-037b-4418-9fa5-54b22ab42bb8", "attached_vm_uuid": "19d98f87-4192-4a19-ae96-3c1435bedb0e", "attached_vmname": "NTNX-c36008f1-A-CVM", "attached_volume_group_id": null, "disk_capacity_in_bytes": null, "cluster_uuid": "00055148-f841-31f5-1cf7-246e96180748", "storage_container_id": null, "storage_container_uuid": null, "flash_mode_enabled": null,
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Best answer by Jon 21 June 2017, 18:19

which virtual disks, specifically, are you looking for?

The CVM itself does not have virtual disks.

VM's within the cluster that users create do have virtual disks.

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CVM's aren't on a storage container, since they install all their volumes bare metal to the first one or two SSD's (depending on your hardware config)

What data are you trying to get at?
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also what release are you using?
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And what hypervisor are you using on that cluster as well?
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We're trying to find the container that holds the virtual_disk.

We're using Nutanix 5.0:
* Version 2017.05.22 - Community License* NCC Version: 3.0.2 * We use the stock hypervistor, AVH. 20170505
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In looking over similar data gathered from the bootstrap class, I see all data populated for storage_container_id,
so perhaps my version is older or limited in some way.
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which virtual disks, specifically, are you looking for?

The CVM itself does not have virtual disks.

VM's within the cluster that users create do have virtual disks.

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