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View Enclosure

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Last Modified 2021-06-01 14:38 EDT
Only compatible TrueNAS hardware and expansion shelves available from iXsystems allow seeing the View Enclosure option. To learn more about available iXsystems products, see the TrueNAS Systems Overview or browse the Hardware documentation.

Go to System > View Enclosure to display the status of connected disks and hardware.

System View Enclosure M50

The screen shows the primary system. Other detected TrueNAS hardware is available from a column on the right side of the screen. Click an enclosure to show details about that hardware.

System View Enclosure ES102

The screen is divided into different tabs. These tabs reflect the sensors that are active in the chosen hardware. Some or all of these can show in the View Enclosure screen. The system can be renamed from any tab by clicking EDIT LABEL.

Shows a graphic representation of the TrueNAS hardware and details about connected disks.

SystemViewEnclosureDisksTabOverview

Click any disk slot to see specific details about the disk like the device name, vdev assignment, function, drive slot number, serial number, and current drive settings. IDENTIFY DRIVE flashes the identification LED for the chosen drive.

The Disks Overview shows statistics about the enclosure pools, status, and detected expanders. There are options to show more details about pools in the enclosure, disk status, and expansion shelf status. Clicking any of the buttons changes the graphic to show the requested details.

Shows the current status and RPM of each connected fan.

SystemViewEnclosureCoolingTab

Shows the enclosure status.

SystemViewEnclosureEncServContElecTab

Shows details about each power supply.

SystemViewEnclosurePowerSupplyTab

Shows the status of the SAS connector components.

SystemViewEnclosureSASConnectorTab

Shows the current temperature of each expansion shelf and the disk chassis.

SystemViewEnclosureTemperatureSensorTab

Shows the current voltage for each sensor, VCCP, and VCC.

SystemViewEnclosureVoltageSensorTab