The units of measurement shown on the Dashboard and in the Analytics reports are base10 units by default. You can change them to base2 if you prefer.
Base10 units have the prefixes M, G, T, and so on, representing powers of 10. In base10, 1 TB refers to 1000 GB, which refers to 1000 MB, and so on.
If you switch to base2 units, the units become TiB, GiB, MiB, and so on, in which 1 TiB = 1024 GiB, 1 GiB = 1024 MiB, and so on.
From the navigation menu, select Settings and then VMS.
Switch the bases as follows:
Display capacity in base10. Disable to switch to base2. This affects the capacity metric dials on the bottom row of the Dashboard page, capacity graphs that you can view on the Analytics page, and other capacity tables such as the table of quotas shown in the Quotas tab on the Configuration page.
Display performance in base10. Disable to switch to base2. This affects the performance metric dials in the top row of the Dashboard page, and analytics graphs that you can view on the Analytics page.
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