Advanced Nutanix – PowerShell Edition: Produce vDisk Report


In this post I provide a sample script on how you can use the Nutanix Powershell CMDlets to produce a report for every VM and vDisk on the Nutanix platform.

The script will report the following for each VM/vDisk:

VM_Name, vDisk_Name, Container, Replication_Factor, Used_Capacity_in_GB, Container_Compression, Container_Fingerprinting, vDisk_Fingerprinting,vDisk_On_Disk_Dedup, Container_On_Disk_Dedup, PD_Name, CG_Name, Snapshots

Here’s how to use the script:

Here’s an example function to produce a vDisk report:

If you have any requests or questions feel free to reach out!


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