This screenshot shows a table of the disk groups managed by the Oracle ASM instance. For each disk group, the following information is shown: name, state (for example, mounted), redundancy level (normal, high, or external), size, space used (both as a number and as a horizontal bar graph), usable free, and member disks (which is a number, showing how many disks are in the disk group).
There are a number of buttons in this screenshot: Create, Mount All, Dismount All, Mount, Dismount, Rebalance, Check, and Delete.
In this screenshot there are 2 disk groups displayed: DATA and RECOVERY:
The DATA disk group is MOUNTED, uses EXTERN redundancy, and has a size of is 4.00 GB. It has 2.7 GB of used disk space, which is 67.58% and 1.30 GB of Usable Free space. There are 4 Member disks in the DATA disk group.
The RECOVERY disk group is MOUNTED, uses EXTERN redundancy, and has a size of is 4.00 GB. It has 1.72 GB of used disk space, which is 43.12% and 2.28 GB of Usable Free space. There are 4 Member disks in the RECOVERY disk group.
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