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I am running Xenserver 5.6 and I have about 1.2 TB total of storage capacity.  I have 2 VM's running on the server.  One is 130GB and the other is 500GB.  I should have about 500GB left in storage for another VM but Xenserver is showing capacity as full.  I went ahead and deleted some snapshots that were in the local storage but I still don't see the correct storage capacity.  Is there anywhere else I should be looking for used storage space?  
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You should be able to view the storage pool from XenCenter and it will tell you if there are other unused virtual disks etc on the drive.
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I use xencenter for all xenserver activity.  That is where the snapshots were deleted from.   The storage pool states 1104GB used of 1107GB (571GB allocated)

Storage pool is only showing 2 VMs with total being 570GB for both
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You may be suffering from this bug:
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX123400
This is step by step guide to offline reclamation of space lost after deleting snapshots etc over share storage.
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I upgraded to the latest Xenserver 5.6 and all is fine now.


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