Viewing Workloads that Use a Volume
Now users can identify current workloads or workload history for existing Longhorn persistent volumes (PVs) and their history of being bound to persistent volume claims (PVCs).
From the Longhorn UI, go to the Volume tab. Each Longhorn volume is listed on the page. The Attached To column displays the name of the workload using the volume. If you click the workload name, you will be able to see more details, including the workload type, pod name, and status.
Workload information is also available on the Longhorn volume detail page. To see the details, click the volume name:
State: attached ... Namespace:default PVC Name:longhorn-volv-pvc PV Name:pvc-0edf00f3-1d67-4783-bbce-27d4458f6db7 PV Status:Bound Pod Name:teststatefulset-0 Pod Status:Running Workload Name:teststatefulset Workload Type:StatefulSet
After the workload is no longer using the Longhorn volume, the volume detail page shows the historical status of the most recent workload that used the volume:
Last time used by Pod: a few seconds ago ... Last Pod Name: teststatefulset-0 Last Workload Name: teststatefulset Last Workload Type: Statefulset
If these fields are set, they indicate that currently no workload is using this volume.
When a PVC is no longer bound to the volume, the following status is shown:
Last time bound with PVC:a few seconds ago Last time used by Pod:32 minutes ago Last Namespace:default Last Bounded PVC Name:longhorn-volv-pvc
Last time bound with PVC field is set, it indicates currently there is no bound PVC for this volume. The related fields will show the most recent workload using this volume.
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