Supported Metrics and Default Monitoring Configuration

Supported metrics.

The following tabs represent the Metric Category of IBM AS400

Metric NameDisplay NameUnitApplication VersionDescription
ibm_as400_subsystem_statusSubsystem Status1.0.0The status of the Subsystem. The status may be one of ACTIVE & INACTIVE
Metric NameDisplay NameUnitApplication VersionDescription
ibm_as400_asp_systemSystem Auxiliary Storage Pool Capacity AvailableGB1.0.0the amount of hard disk capacity available in your system Auxiliary Storage Pool (ASP).
ibm_as400_total_aux_stgAuxiliary Storage AvailableGB1.0.0The total amount of auxiliary storage available on the system
ibm_as400_pool_sizeSystem Pool Memory AssignedMB1.0.0amount of working system memory assigned to the pool
ibm_as400_reserved_sizeSystem Reserved Pool MemoryMB1.0.0storage pool memory that is used by the system
Metric NameDisplay NameUnitApplication VersionDescription
ibm_as400_no_of_jobsNumber Of Jobs Runningcount1.0.0The number of jobs in the system
ibm_as400_subsystem_active_jobsSubsystem Active Jobscount1.0.0The number of active jobs in the subsystem
Metric NameDisplay NameUnitApplication VersionDescription
ibm_as400_cpu_usedSystem CPU Percentage Used%1.0.0Percentage of CPU resources used to process jobs currently running on the system.
ibm_as400_asp_system_usedSystem ASP Percentage Used%1.0.0The percentage of disk storage in your System ASP that is currently used.
ibm_as400_temporary_addressesPercentage System Addresses%1.0.0percentage of the possible system addresses that have been created for temporary objects on AS/400
ibm_as400_permanent_addressesPossible System Addresses%1.0.0percentage of the possible system addresses that have been created for permanent objects on AS/400
ibm_as400_current_temporaryAuxilary Storage For Temporary ObjectsMB1.0.0The amount of auxilary storage for temporary objects and machine data that are currently in use
ibm_as400_peak_temporaryPeak Temporary StorageMB1.0.0The maximum amount of auxilary storage space required for temporary objects and machine data since the last Initial program load

Default Monitoring Configurations

IBM AS400 has default Global Device Management Policies, Global Templates, Global Monitors and Global Metrics in OpsRamp. You can customize these default monitoring configurations as per your business requirement by cloning respective Global Templates and Global Device Management Policies. It is recommended to clone them before installing the application to avoid noise alerts and data.

Default Global Device Management Policies

You can find the Device Management Policy for each Native Type at Setup > Resources > Device Management Policies . Search with suggested names in global scope:

{appName nativeType - version}

Ex: ibm-as400 IBM AS400 - 2 (i.e, appName = ibm-as400, nativeType =IBM AS400, version = 2)

Default Global Templates

You can find the Global Templates for each Native Type at Setup > Monitoring > Templates . Search with suggested names in global scope. Each template adheres to the following naming convention:

{appName nativeType 'Template' - version}

Ex: ibm-as400 IBM AS400 Template - 2 (i.e, appName = ibm-as400, nativeType = IBM AS400, version = 2)

Default Global Monitors

You can find the Global Monitors for each Native Type at Setup > Monitoring > Monitors . Search with suggested names in global scope. Each Monitors adheres to the following naming convention:

{monitorKey appName nativeType - version}

Ex: IBM AS400 Monitor ibm-as400 IBM AS400 2 (i.e, monitorKey = IBM AS400 Monitor, appName = ibm-as400, nativeType = IBM AS400, version = 2)

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"Strategic workloads, including GenAI and virtualized environments, are driving business innovation and have increasingly complex and resource-intensive infrastructure requirements that are pushing IT teams to the limit," said Pravjit Tiwana, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Cloud Storage at NetApp. "NetApp is helping customers take back control of their data with intelligent data infrastructure that leverages unified data storage, integrated data services, and automated cloud operations. Even when they are up against specific and nuanced technology requirements for modern workloads, NetApp gives them the tools they need to optimize and simplify their data operations in their environments across the hybrid multicloud."

To advance intelligent data infrastructure deployments that better support strategic workloads like GenAI and VMware environments, NetApp is announcing new capabilities, including:

NetApp BlueXP Workload Factory – for AWS : This intelligent data infrastructure service uses defined industry best-practices to automate the planning, provisioning, and management of cloud resources and services for key workloads, including GenAI, VMware cloud environments, and enterprise databases. Customers can use BlueXP workload factory to optimize deployment time, cost, performance, and protection of resources for strategic workloads as well as their associated data. To simplify workload migrations to the cloud, BlueXP workload factory allows users to profile infrastructure requirements for target workloads and compare different resource options for cost and performance needs. Then, the service can provision the selected resources, move any existing workload data to these newly provisioned cloud deployments, and continually optimize the entire environment to ensure the required cost and performance targets. AWS users can read guidance on how to deploy this capability on the AWS Solutions Library .

NetApp GenAI Toolkit – Microsoft Azure NetApp Files Version : Customers can now include private enterprise data stored in Azure NetApp Files in their retrieval-augmented generation (RAG) workflows in a secure, programmatic manner. The result is an enhanced ability to generate unique, high-quality, and ultra-relevant results from GenAI projects by combining their proprietary data with pre-trained, foundational models (FMs). The integration of the NetApp GenAI Toolkit with Azure NetApp Files represents a powerful synergy that empowers customers to harness advanced language generation capabilities.

Amazon Bedrock with Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP Reference Architecture : Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) and NetApp have released a joint reference architecture which provides guidance for customers on implementing RAG-enabled workflows that bring proprietary data stored on Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP into their GenAI data pipelines. Amazon FSx makes it easy and cost effective to launch, run, and scale feature-rich, high-performance file systems in the cloud. The reference architecture allows developers to use APIs for Amazon Bedrock to connect with Amazon FSx for ONTAP data stores, enabling the secure use of proprietary data with a choice of high-performing FMs that can be customized to unlock new insights and capabilities.

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These updates build on NetApp’s existing offerings that support storage and data operations for customers that need to implement and manage high-powered, strategic workloads such as GenAI and VMware environments. For example, NetApp recently announced that its unique BlueXP data classification capability , which automatically classifies and categorizes data for enhanced governance and secure ingest into GenAI and RAG data pipelines, has become a core control plane capability now available free of charge to all NetApp customers.

"When it comes to GenAI, the prime focus for organizations is to adapt their data strategies to ensure they can balance data security, cost efficiency and innovation as they leverage pre-built LLMs to surface relevant, useful insights from their proprietary, business-relevant data," said Archana Venkatraman, Senior Research Director, Cloud Data Management at IDC. "NetApp’s intelligent data infrastructure capabilities can help customers overcome the data challenges and offer specific guidance to automate workflows that can securely feed private data directly into public cloud providers’ LLMs. In addition, NetApp’s BlueXP data classification capability has the potential to mitigate the risks in data operations for AI because it allows users to discover and categorize data so that the right data is fed into the right model without exposing confidential, personal or restricted information."

"Organizations are now facing different economic realities with regards to virtualized environments, and we all need to move quickly to address recent industry shifts," said Derek Elbert, Solutions Architect at WWT. "Optimizing the cost versus performance equation of VMware workloads has become a primary initiative for us, with the objective of continuing to provide scalability and performance while reducing unnecessary system and software resources. NetApp’s offerings, such as the BlueXP disaster recovery service and the optimization metrics from Cloud Insights, help us better ensure the right levels of resource allocation and protection schemes for virtual environments, allowing us to focus on putting our infrastructure to work without killing the FinOps metrics."

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NetApp is the intelligent data infrastructure company, combining unified data storage, integrated data services, and CloudOps solutions to turn a world of disruption into opportunity for every customer. NetApp creates silo-free infrastructure, harnessing observability and AI to enable the industry’s best data management. As the only enterprise-grade storage service natively embedded in the world’s biggest clouds, our data storage delivers seamless flexibility. In addition, our data services create a data advantage through superior cyber resilience, governance, and application agility. Our CloudOps solutions provide continuous optimization of performance and efficiency through observability and AI. No matter the data type, workload, or environment, with NetApp you can transform your data infrastructure to realize your business possibilities. Learn more at www.netapp.com or follow us on X , LinkedIn , Facebook , and Instagram .

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  • security session limit location create
  • security session limit location delete
  • security session limit location modify
  • security session limit location show
  • security session limit request create
  • security session limit request delete
  • security session limit request modify
  • security session limit request show
  • security session limit user create
  • security session limit user delete
  • security session limit user modify
  • security session limit user show
  • security session limit vserver create
  • security session limit vserver delete
  • security session limit vserver modify
  • security session limit vserver show
  • security session request-statistics show-by-application
  • security session request-statistics show-by-location
  • security session request-statistics show-by-request
  • security session request-statistics show-by-user
  • security session request-statistics show-by-vserver
  • security ssh add
  • security ssh modify
  • security ssh prepare-to-downgrade
  • security ssh remove
  • security ssh show
  • security ssl modify
  • security ssl show
  • snaplock compliance-clock initialize
  • snaplock compliance-clock show
  • snaplock compliance-clock ntp modify
  • snaplock compliance-clock ntp show
  • snaplock event-retention abort
  • snaplock event-retention apply
  • snaplock event-retention show-vservers
  • snaplock event-retention show
  • snaplock event-retention policy create
  • snaplock event-retention policy delete
  • snaplock event-retention policy modify
  • snaplock event-retention policy show
  • snaplock legal-hold abort
  • snaplock legal-hold begin
  • snaplock legal-hold dump-files
  • snaplock legal-hold dump-litigations
  • snaplock legal-hold end
  • snaplock legal-hold show
  • snaplock log create
  • snaplock log delete
  • snaplock log modify
  • snaplock log show
  • snaplock log file archive
  • snaplock log file show
  • snapmirror abort
  • snapmirror break
  • snapmirror create
  • snapmirror delete
  • snapmirror initialize-ls-set
  • snapmirror initialize
  • snapmirror list-destinations
  • snapmirror modify
  • snapmirror promote
  • snapmirror protect
  • snapmirror quiesce
  • snapmirror release
  • snapmirror restore
  • snapmirror resume
  • snapmirror resync
  • snapmirror set-options
  • snapmirror show-history
  • snapmirror show
  • snapmirror update-ls-set
  • snapmirror update
  • snapmirror config-replication cluster-storage-configuration modify
  • snapmirror config-replication cluster-storage-configuration show
  • snapmirror config-replication status show-aggregate-eligibility
  • snapmirror config-replication status show-communication
  • snapmirror config-replication status show
  • snapmirror object-store profiler abort
  • snapmirror object-store profiler show
  • snapmirror object-store profiler start
  • snapmirror policy add-rule
  • snapmirror policy create
  • snapmirror policy delete
  • snapmirror policy modify-rule
  • snapmirror policy modify
  • snapmirror policy remove-rule
  • snapmirror policy show
  • snapmirror snapshot-owner create
  • snapmirror snapshot-owner delete
  • snapmirror snapshot-owner show
  • statistics show-periodic
  • statistics show
  • statistics start
  • statistics stop
  • statistics aggregate show
  • statistics cache flash-pool show
  • statistics catalog counter show
  • statistics catalog instance show
  • statistics catalog object show
  • statistics disk show
  • statistics lif show
  • statistics lun show
  • statistics namespace show
  • statistics nfs show-mount
  • statistics nfs show-nlm
  • statistics nfs show-statusmon
  • statistics nfs show-v3
  • statistics nfs show-v4
  • statistics node show
  • statistics oncrpc show-rpc-calls
  • statistics port fcp show
  • statistics preset delete
  • statistics preset modify
  • statistics preset show
  • statistics preset detail show
  • statistics qtree show
  • statistics samples delete
  • statistics samples show
  • statistics settings modify
  • statistics settings show
  • statistics system show
  • statistics top client show
  • statistics top file show
  • statistics volume show
  • statistics vserver show
  • statistics workload show
  • statistics-v1 nfs show-mount
  • statistics-v1 nfs show-nlm
  • statistics-v1 nfs show-statusmon
  • statistics-v1 nfs show-v3
  • statistics-v1 nfs show-v4
  • statistics-v1 protocol-request-size show
  • storage-service show
  • storage aggregate add-disks
  • storage aggregate auto-provision
  • storage aggregate create
  • storage aggregate delete
  • storage aggregate mirror
  • storage aggregate modify
  • storage aggregate offline
  • storage aggregate online
  • storage aggregate remove-stale-record
  • storage aggregate rename
  • storage aggregate restrict
  • storage aggregate scrub
  • storage aggregate show-auto-provision-progress
  • storage aggregate show-cumulated-efficiency
  • storage aggregate show-efficiency
  • storage aggregate show-resync-status
  • storage aggregate show-scrub-status
  • storage aggregate show-space
  • storage aggregate show-spare-disks

storage aggregate show-status

  • storage aggregate show
  • storage aggregate verify
  • storage aggregate efficiency show
  • storage aggregate efficiency cross-volume-dedupe revert-to
  • storage aggregate efficiency cross-volume-dedupe show
  • storage aggregate efficiency cross-volume-dedupe start
  • storage aggregate efficiency cross-volume-dedupe stop
  • storage aggregate encryption show-key-id
  • storage aggregate inode-upgrade resume
  • storage aggregate inode-upgrade show
  • storage aggregate object-store attach
  • storage aggregate object-store modify
  • storage aggregate object-store show-freeing-status
  • storage aggregate object-store show-space
  • storage aggregate object-store show
  • storage aggregate object-store config create
  • storage aggregate object-store config delete
  • storage aggregate object-store config modify
  • storage aggregate object-store config rename
  • storage aggregate object-store config show
  • storage aggregate object-store profiler abort
  • storage aggregate object-store profiler show
  • storage aggregate object-store profiler start
  • storage aggregate plex delete
  • storage aggregate plex offline
  • storage aggregate plex online
  • storage aggregate plex show
  • storage aggregate reallocation quiesce
  • storage aggregate reallocation restart
  • storage aggregate reallocation schedule
  • storage aggregate reallocation show
  • storage aggregate reallocation start
  • storage aggregate reallocation stop
  • storage aggregate relocation show
  • storage aggregate relocation start
  • storage aggregate resynchronization modify
  • storage aggregate resynchronization show
  • storage aggregate resynchronization options modify
  • storage aggregate resynchronization options show
  • storage array modify
  • storage array remove
  • storage array rename
  • storage array show
  • storage array config show
  • storage array disk paths show
  • storage array port modify
  • storage array port remove
  • storage array port show
  • storage automated-working-set-analyzer show
  • storage automated-working-set-analyzer start
  • storage automated-working-set-analyzer stop
  • storage automated-working-set-analyzer volume show
  • storage bridge add
  • storage bridge modify
  • storage bridge refresh
  • storage bridge remove
  • storage bridge run-cli
  • storage bridge show
  • storage bridge config-dump collect
  • storage bridge config-dump delete
  • storage bridge config-dump show
  • storage bridge coredump collect
  • storage bridge coredump delete
  • storage bridge coredump show
  • storage bridge firmware update
  • storage disk assign
  • storage disk fail
  • storage disk reassign
  • storage disk refresh-ownership
  • storage disk remove-reservation
  • storage disk remove
  • storage disk removeowner
  • storage disk replace
  • storage disk set-foreign-lun
  • storage disk set-led

storage disk show

  • storage disk unfail
  • storage disk updatefirmware
  • storage disk zerospares
  • storage disk error show
  • storage disk firmware revert
  • storage disk firmware show-update-status
  • storage disk firmware update
  • storage disk option modify
  • storage disk option show
  • storage encryption disk destroy
  • storage encryption disk modify
  • storage encryption disk revert-to-original-state
  • storage encryption disk sanitize
  • storage encryption disk show-status
  • storage encryption disk show
  • storage errors show
  • storage failover giveback
  • storage failover modify
  • storage failover show-giveback
  • storage failover show-takeover
  • storage failover show
  • storage failover takeover
  • storage failover hwassist show
  • storage failover hwassist test
  • storage failover hwassist stats clear
  • storage failover hwassist stats show
  • storage failover internal-options show
  • storage failover mailbox-disk show
  • storage failover progress-table show
  • storage firmware download
  • storage firmware acp delete
  • storage firmware acp rename
  • storage firmware acp show
  • storage firmware disk delete
  • storage firmware disk rename
  • storage firmware disk show
  • storage firmware shelf delete
  • storage firmware shelf rename
  • storage firmware shelf show
  • storage iscsi-initiator add-target
  • storage iscsi-initiator connect
  • storage iscsi-initiator disconnect
  • storage iscsi-initiator remove-target
  • storage iscsi-initiator show
  • storage load balance
  • storage load show
  • storage path quiesce
  • storage path resume
  • storage path show-by-initiator
  • storage path show
  • storage pool add
  • storage pool create
  • storage pool delete
  • storage pool reassign
  • storage pool rename
  • storage pool show-aggregate
  • storage pool show-available-capacity
  • storage pool show-disks
  • storage pool show
  • storage port disable
  • storage port enable
  • storage port rescan
  • storage port reset-device
  • storage port reset
  • storage port show
  • storage raid-options modify
  • storage raid-options show
  • storage shelf show
  • storage shelf acp configure
  • storage shelf acp show
  • storage shelf acp module show
  • storage shelf drawer show-phy
  • storage shelf drawer show-slot
  • storage shelf drawer show
  • storage shelf firmware show-update-status
  • storage shelf firmware update
  • storage shelf location-led modify
  • storage shelf location-led show
  • storage shelf port show
  • storage switch add
  • storage switch modify
  • storage switch refresh
  • storage switch remove
  • storage switch show
  • storage tape offline
  • storage tape online
  • storage tape position
  • storage tape reset
  • storage tape show-errors
  • storage tape show-media-changer
  • storage tape show-supported-status
  • storage tape show-tape-drive
  • storage tape show
  • storage tape trace
  • storage tape alias clear
  • storage tape alias set
  • storage tape alias show
  • storage tape config-file delete
  • storage tape config-file get
  • storage tape config-file show
  • storage tape library config show
  • storage tape library path show-by-initiator
  • storage tape library path show
  • storage tape load-balance modify
  • storage tape load-balance show
  • system chassis show
  • system chassis fru show
  • system cluster-switch configure-health-monitor
  • system cluster-switch create
  • system cluster-switch delete
  • system cluster-switch modify
  • system cluster-switch prepare-to-downgrade
  • system cluster-switch show-all
  • system cluster-switch show
  • system cluster-switch log collect
  • system cluster-switch log disable-collection
  • system cluster-switch log enable-collection
  • system cluster-switch log modify
  • system cluster-switch log setup-password
  • system cluster-switch log show
  • system cluster-switch polling-interval modify
  • system cluster-switch polling-interval show
  • system cluster-switch threshold show
  • system configuration backup copy
  • system configuration backup create
  • system configuration backup delete
  • system configuration backup download
  • system configuration backup rename
  • system configuration backup show
  • system configuration backup upload
  • system configuration backup settings modify
  • system configuration backup settings set-password
  • system configuration backup settings show
  • system configuration recovery cluster modify
  • system configuration recovery cluster recreate
  • system configuration recovery cluster rejoin
  • system configuration recovery cluster show
  • system configuration recovery cluster sync
  • system configuration recovery node restore
  • system controller show
  • system controller bootmedia show-serial-number
  • system controller bootmedia show
  • system controller clus-flap-threshold show
  • system controller config show-errors
  • system controller config show
  • system controller config pci show-add-on-devices
  • system controller config pci show-hierarchy
  • system controller environment show
  • system controller flash-cache show
  • system controller flash-cache secure-erase run
  • system controller flash-cache secure-erase show
  • system controller fru show-manufacturing-info
  • system controller fru show
  • system controller fru led disable-all
  • system controller fru led enable-all
  • system controller fru led modify
  • system controller fru led show
  • system controller ioxm show
  • system controller location-led modify
  • system controller location-led show
  • system controller memory dimm show
  • system controller nvram-bb-threshold show
  • system controller pci show
  • system controller pcicerr threshold modify
  • system controller pcicerr threshold show
  • system controller platform-capability show
  • system controller replace cancel
  • system controller replace pause
  • system controller replace resume
  • system controller replace show-details
  • system controller replace show
  • system controller replace start
  • system controller service-event delete
  • system controller service-event show
  • system controller slot module insert
  • system controller slot module remove
  • system controller slot module replace
  • system controller slot module show
  • system controller sp config show
  • system controller sp upgrade show
  • system feature-usage show-history
  • system feature-usage show-summary
  • system fru-check show
  • system ha interconnect config show
  • system ha interconnect link off
  • system ha interconnect link on
  • system ha interconnect ood clear-error-statistics
  • system ha interconnect ood clear-performance-statistics
  • system ha interconnect ood disable-optimization
  • system ha interconnect ood disable-statistics
  • system ha interconnect ood enable-optimization
  • system ha interconnect ood enable-statistics
  • system ha interconnect ood send-diagnostic-buffer
  • system ha interconnect ood status show
  • system ha interconnect port show
  • system ha interconnect statistics clear-port-symbol-error
  • system ha interconnect statistics clear-port
  • system ha interconnect statistics show-scatter-gather-list
  • system ha interconnect statistics performance show
  • system ha interconnect status show
  • system health alert delete
  • system health alert modify
  • system health alert show
  • system health alert definition show
  • system health autosupport trigger history show
  • system health config show
  • system health policy definition modify
  • system health policy definition show
  • system health status show
  • system health subsystem show
  • system license add
  • system license clean-up
  • system license delete
  • system license show-aggregates
  • system license show-status
  • system license show
  • system license update-leases
  • system license capacity show
  • system license entitlement-risk show
  • system license license-manager check
  • system license license-manager modify
  • system license license-manager show
  • system license status show
  • system node halt
  • system node migrate-root
  • system node modify
  • system node reboot
  • system node rename
  • system node restore-backup
  • system node revert-to
  • system node run-console
  • system node run
  • system node show-discovered
  • system node show
  • system node autosupport invoke-core-upload
  • system node autosupport invoke-performance-archive
  • system node autosupport invoke-splog
  • system node autosupport invoke
  • system node autosupport modify
  • system node autosupport show
  • system node autosupport check show-details
  • system node autosupport check show
  • system node autosupport destinations show
  • system node autosupport history cancel
  • system node autosupport history retransmit
  • system node autosupport history show-upload-details
  • system node autosupport history show
  • system node autosupport manifest show
  • system node autosupport trigger modify
  • system node autosupport trigger show
  • system node coredump delete-all
  • system node coredump delete
  • system node coredump save-all
  • system node coredump save
  • system node coredump show
  • system node coredump status
  • system node coredump trigger
  • system node coredump upload
  • system node coredump config modify
  • system node coredump config show
  • system node coredump external-device save
  • system node coredump external-device show
  • system node coredump reports delete
  • system node coredump reports show
  • system node coredump reports upload
  • system node coredump segment delete-all
  • system node coredump segment delete
  • system node coredump segment show
  • system node environment sensors show
  • system node external-cache modify
  • system node external-cache show
  • system node firmware download
  • system node hardware nvram-encryption modify
  • system node hardware nvram-encryption show
  • system node hardware tape drive show
  • system node hardware tape library show
  • system node hardware unified-connect modify
  • system node hardware unified-connect show
  • system node image abort-operation
  • system node image get
  • system node image modify
  • system node image show-update-progress
  • system node image show
  • system node image update
  • system node image package delete
  • system node image package show
  • system node image package external-device delete
  • system node image package external-device show
  • system node internal-switch show
  • system node internal-switch dump stat
  • system node nfs usage show
  • system node power on
  • system node power show
  • system node root-mount create
  • system node root-mount delete
  • system node root-mount show
  • system node upgrade-revert show
  • system node upgrade-revert upgrade
  • system node virtual-machine show-network-load-balancer
  • system node virtual-machine disk-object-store create
  • system node virtual-machine disk-object-store delete
  • system node virtual-machine disk-object-store modify
  • system node virtual-machine disk-object-store show
  • system node virtual-machine hypervisor modify-credentials
  • system node virtual-machine hypervisor show-credentials
  • system node virtual-machine hypervisor show
  • system node virtual-machine instance show-system-disks
  • system node virtual-machine instance show
  • system script delete
  • system script show
  • system script start
  • system script stop
  • system script upload
  • system service-processor reboot-sp
  • system service-processor show
  • system service-processor api-service disable-installed-certificates
  • system service-processor api-service enable-installed-certificates
  • system service-processor api-service modify
  • system service-processor api-service renew-internal-certificates
  • system service-processor api-service show
  • system service-processor image modify
  • system service-processor image show
  • system service-processor image update
  • system service-processor image update-progress show
  • system service-processor log show-allocations
  • system service-processor network modify
  • system service-processor network show
  • system service-processor network auto-configuration disable
  • system service-processor network auto-configuration enable
  • system service-processor network auto-configuration show
  • system service-processor ssh add-allowed-addresses
  • system service-processor ssh remove-allowed-addresses
  • system service-processor ssh show
  • system services firewall modify
  • system services firewall show
  • system services firewall policy clone
  • system services firewall policy create
  • system services firewall policy delete
  • system services firewall policy modify
  • system services firewall policy show
  • system services manager install show
  • system services manager policy add
  • system services manager policy remove
  • system services manager policy setstate
  • system services manager policy show
  • system services manager status show
  • system services ndmp kill-all
  • system services ndmp kill
  • system services ndmp modify
  • system services ndmp off
  • system services ndmp on
  • system services ndmp password
  • system services ndmp probe
  • system services ndmp show
  • system services ndmp status
  • system services ndmp log start
  • system services ndmp log stop
  • system services ndmp node-scope-mode off
  • system services ndmp node-scope-mode on
  • system services ndmp node-scope-mode status
  • system services ndmp service modify
  • system services ndmp service show
  • system services ndmp service start
  • system services ndmp service stop
  • system services ndmp service terminate
  • system services web modify
  • system services web show
  • system services web node show
  • system smtape abort
  • system smtape backup
  • system smtape break
  • system smtape continue
  • system smtape restore
  • system smtape showheader
  • system smtape status clear
  • system smtape status show
  • system snmp authtrap
  • system snmp contact
  • system snmp enable-snmpv3
  • system snmp init
  • system snmp location
  • system snmp prepare-to-downgrade
  • system snmp show
  • system snmp community add
  • system snmp community delete
  • system snmp community show
  • system snmp traphost add
  • system snmp traphost delete
  • system snmp traphost show
  • system status show
  • system timeout modify
  • system timeout show
  • template copy
  • template delete
  • template download
  • template provision
  • template rename
  • template show-permissions
  • template show
  • template upload
  • template parameter modify
  • template parameter show
  • volume autosize
  • volume create
  • volume delete
  • volume expand
  • volume make-vsroot
  • volume modify
  • volume mount
  • volume offline
  • volume online
  • volume prepare-for-revert
  • volume rehost
  • volume rename
  • volume restrict
  • volume show-footprint
  • volume show-space
  • volume show
  • volume size
  • volume transition-prepare-to-downgrade
  • volume unmount
  • volume clone create
  • volume clone show
  • volume clone sharing-by-split show
  • volume clone sharing-by-split undo show
  • volume clone sharing-by-split undo start-all
  • volume clone sharing-by-split undo start
  • volume clone sharing-by-split undo stop
  • volume clone split estimate
  • volume clone split show
  • volume clone split start
  • volume clone split stop
  • volume efficiency check
  • volume efficiency modify
  • volume efficiency off
  • volume efficiency on
  • volume efficiency prepare-to-downgrade
  • volume efficiency promote
  • volume efficiency revert-to
  • volume efficiency show
  • volume efficiency start
  • volume efficiency stat
  • volume efficiency stop
  • volume efficiency undo
  • volume efficiency policy create
  • volume efficiency policy delete
  • volume efficiency policy modify
  • volume efficiency policy show
  • volume encryption conversion pause
  • volume encryption conversion resume
  • volume encryption conversion show
  • volume encryption conversion start
  • volume encryption rekey pause
  • volume encryption rekey resume
  • volume encryption rekey show
  • volume encryption rekey start
  • volume encryption secure-purge abort
  • volume encryption secure-purge show
  • volume encryption secure-purge start
  • volume file compact-data
  • volume file modify
  • volume file privileged-delete
  • volume file reservation
  • volume file show-disk-usage
  • volume file show-filehandle
  • volume file show-inode
  • volume file clone autodelete
  • volume file clone create
  • volume file clone show-autodelete
  • volume file clone deletion add-extension
  • volume file clone deletion modify
  • volume file clone deletion remove-extension
  • volume file clone deletion show
  • volume file clone split load modify
  • volume file clone split load show
  • volume file fingerprint abort
  • volume file fingerprint dump
  • volume file fingerprint show
  • volume file fingerprint start
  • volume file retention show
  • volume flexcache config-refresh
  • volume flexcache create
  • volume flexcache delete
  • volume flexcache show
  • volume flexcache sync-properties
  • volume flexcache connection-status show
  • volume flexcache origin show-caches
  • volume flexgroup qtree-disable
  • volume inode-upgrade prepare-to-downgrade
  • volume inode-upgrade resume
  • volume inode-upgrade show
  • volume move abort
  • volume move modify
  • volume move show
  • volume move start
  • volume move trigger-cutover
  • volume move recommend show
  • volume move target-aggr show
  • volume qtree create
  • volume qtree delete
  • volume qtree modify
  • volume qtree oplocks
  • volume qtree rename
  • volume qtree security
  • volume qtree show
  • volume qtree statistics-reset
  • volume qtree statistics
  • volume quota modify
  • volume quota off
  • volume quota on
  • volume quota report
  • volume quota resize
  • volume quota show
  • volume quota policy copy
  • volume quota policy create
  • volume quota policy delete
  • volume quota policy rename
  • volume quota policy show
  • volume quota policy rule create
  • volume quota policy rule delete
  • volume quota policy rule modify
  • volume quota policy rule show
  • volume quota policy rule count show
  • volume reallocation measure
  • volume reallocation off
  • volume reallocation on
  • volume reallocation quiesce
  • volume reallocation restart
  • volume reallocation schedule
  • volume reallocation show
  • volume reallocation start
  • volume reallocation stop
  • volume schedule-style prepare-to-downgrade
  • volume snaplock modify
  • volume snaplock prepare-to-downgrade
  • volume snaplock show
  • volume snapshot compute-reclaimable
  • volume snapshot create
  • volume snapshot delete
  • volume snapshot modify-snaplock-expiry-time
  • volume snapshot modify
  • volume snapshot partial-restore-file
  • volume snapshot prepare-for-revert
  • volume snapshot rename
  • volume snapshot restore-file
  • volume snapshot restore
  • volume snapshot show-delta
  • volume snapshot show
  • volume snapshot autodelete modify
  • volume snapshot autodelete show
  • volume snapshot policy add-schedule
  • volume snapshot policy create
  • volume snapshot policy delete
  • volume snapshot policy modify-schedule
  • volume snapshot policy modify
  • volume snapshot policy remove-schedule
  • volume snapshot policy show
  • volume transition-convert-dir show
  • volume transition-convert-dir start
  • vserver add-aggregates
  • vserver add-protocols
  • vserver context
  • vserver create
  • vserver delete
  • vserver modify
  • vserver prepare-for-revert
  • vserver remove-aggregates
  • vserver remove-protocols
  • vserver rename
  • vserver restamp-msid
  • vserver show-aggregates
  • vserver show-protocols
  • vserver show
  • vserver start
  • vserver stop
  • vserver unlock
  • vserver active-directory create
  • vserver active-directory delete
  • vserver active-directory modify
  • vserver active-directory password-change
  • vserver active-directory password-reset
  • vserver active-directory show
  • vserver audit create
  • vserver audit delete
  • vserver audit disable
  • vserver audit enable
  • vserver audit modify
  • vserver audit prepare-to-downgrade
  • vserver audit rotate-log
  • vserver audit show
  • vserver check lif-multitenancy run
  • vserver check lif-multitenancy show-results
  • vserver check lif-multitenancy show
  • vserver cifs add-netbios-aliases
  • vserver cifs check
  • vserver cifs create
  • vserver cifs delete
  • vserver cifs modify
  • vserver cifs nbtstat
  • vserver cifs prepare-to-downgrade
  • vserver cifs remove-netbios-aliases
  • vserver cifs repair-modify
  • vserver cifs show
  • vserver cifs start
  • vserver cifs stop
  • vserver cifs branchcache create
  • vserver cifs branchcache delete
  • vserver cifs branchcache hash-create
  • vserver cifs branchcache hash-flush
  • vserver cifs branchcache modify
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Display a list of disk drives and array LUNs

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The storage disk show command displays information about disks and array LUNs. Where it appears in the remainder of this document "disk" may refer to either a disk or an array LUN. By default, the command displays the following information about all disks in column style output:

Usable space on the disk, in human readable units

Shelf number

Container type (aggregate, broken, foreign, labelmaint, maintenance, mediator, remote, shared, spare, unassigned, unknown, volume, or unsupported)

Position (copy, data, dparity, orphan, parity, pending, present, shared or tparity)

Container name

Owning node name

To display detailed information about a single disk, use the -disk parameter.

Displays the specified fields for all disks, in column style output.

Displays the following RAID-related information about broken disks:

Original owning node name

Checksum compatibility

Outage reason

Host bus adapter

Primary port / Channel

RPM (Revolutions per minute)

Usable size in human readable units

Physical size in human readable units

Current owner node

Displays the following disk information about the disks which have errors.

Error Description and corresponding corrective action

Displays the following information about long-running disk operations, in column style output:

Whether the disk is marked as prefailed

Whether the disk is being replaced

Whether the disk is zeroed

Copy destination

Percentage of copy complete

Percentage of zeroing complete

Percentage of reconstruction complete

Displays the following RAID-related information about disks in the maintenance center:

Outage Reason

Displays the following ownership-related information:

Aggregate name

Home node name

Disaster recovery home node name

Home node system id

Owning node system id

Disaster recovery home node system id

Reservation node system id

SyncMirror pool

Displays the following ownership-related information for partitioned disks:

Owner of root partition on a partitioned disk

Owner system id of root partition on a partitioned disk

Owner of data or data1 partition on a root-data or a root-data1-data2 partitioned disk respectively

Owner system id of data or data1 partition on a root-data or a root-data1-data2 partitioned disk respectively

Owner of data2 partition on a root-data1-data2 partitioned disk

Owner system id of data2 partition on a root-data1-data2 partitioned disk

Owner of the disk which is partitioned

Owner system id of the disk which is partitioned

Displays the following information about the disk's physical attributes, in column style output:

Disk vendor

Firmware revision level

BPS (Bytes per sector)

Displays the following path-related information:

Disk name and disk port associated with disk primary path

Disk name and disk port associated with the disk secondary path, for a multipath configuration

Type, shelf, and bay information for the disks

Displays the following RAID-related information:

Container type (aggregate, broken, labelmaint, maintenance, mediator, remote, shared, spare, unassigned, unknown, or volume)

RAID group name

Displays the following RAID-related information about the disks used in an aggregate:

When this parameter is specified, RAID groups that use shared disks are not included. Use storage aggregate show-status to show information for all RAID groups and aggregates.

Displays the following RAID-related information about available spare disks:

Displays the following wear life related information about solid state disks:

Rated Life Used : An estimate of the percentage of device life that has been used, based on the actual device usage and the manufacturer's prediction of device life. A value greater than 99 indicates that the estimated endurance has been used, but this does not necessarily indicate a device failure. Omitted if value is unknown.

Spare Blocks Consumed Limit : Spare blocks consumed percentage limit reported by the device. When the Spare Blocks Consumed percentage for the device reaches this read-only value, Data ONTAP initiates a disk copy operation to prepare to remove the device from service. Omitted if value is unknown.

Spare Blocks Consumed : Percentage of device spare blocks that have been used. Each device has a number of spare blocks that will be used when a data block can no longer be used to store data. This value reports what percentage of the spares have already been consumed. Omitted if value is unknown.

Displays information about Data ONTAP virtual disks, their mapped datastores and their specific backing device attributes, such as: disk or LUN, adapter and initiator details (if applicable).

Name of the node.

Data ONTAP-supplied serial number of the system disk.

Size of the system disk.

Name of the disk backing store. A backing store represents a storage location for virtual machine files. It can be a VMFS volume, a directory on network-attached storage, or a local file system path.

File name of the virtual disk used by the hypervisor. Each Data ONTAP disk is mapped to a unique VM disk file.

Type of the disk backing store. It can be a VMFS volume, a directory on network-attached storage, or a local file system path.

Size of the disk backing store.

Full path to the backing store for network-attached storage. This field is valid only for NAS connections.

Backing adapter PCI device ID for the virtual disk, for example "50:00.0".

Backing adapter device name, for example "vmhba32".

Backing adapter model type, for example "LSI1064E".

Backing adapter driver name of the initiator.

The iSCSI name of the disk backing target. This field is valid only for iSCSI connections.

The iSCSI IP address of the disk backing target. This field is valid only for iSCSI connections.

SCSI device name for the backing disk. It takes the form target-id:lun-id, for example "2:1".

Hypervisor-assigned unique ID of the backing device (disk or LUN).

Backing disk partition number where the corresponding VM disk file resides.

Size of the backing device (disk or LUN).

Backing device manufacturer, for example "FUJITSU" or "IBM".

Backing device model, for example "MBE2073RC" or "LUN".

Storage account associated with the VM Disk.

Container associated with the VM Disk.

Page blob associated with the VM Disk.

Error (if any) while retrieving virtual disk details.

Displays information about the backing disks on certain Data ONTAP-v models:

Backing disk vendor

Backing disk model

Backing disk serial number

Backing disk device id

Displays the following foreign LUN import related information about foreign disks:

Capacity in sectors

Capacity in mb

Serial Number

Displays the following information about disks:

Container type

Primary path

Container Type

Primary Path

Displays detailed disk information. If no disk path name is specified, this parameter displays the same detailed information for all disks as does the -disk parameter. If a disk path name is specified, then this parameter displays the same detailed information for the specified disks as does the -disk parameter.

Displays detailed information about the specified disks. Disk names take one of the following forms:

Disks are named in the form <stack-id> . <shelf> . <bay>

Disks on multi-disk carriers are named in the form <stack-id> . <shelf> . <bay> . <lun>

Virtual disks are named in the form <prefix>.<number>, where prefix is the storage array's prefix and number is a unique ascending number.

Disk names take one of the following forms on clusters that are not yet fully upgraded to Data ONTAP 8.3:

Disks that are not attached to a switch are named in the form <node> : <host_adapter> . <loop_ID> . For disks with a LUN, the form is <node> : <host_adapter> . <loop_ID> L <LUN> . For instance, disk number 16 on host adapter 1a on a node named node0a is named node0a:1a.16. The same disk on LUN lun0 is named node0a:1a.16Llun0.

Disks that are attached to a switch are named in the form <node> : <switch_name> : <switch_port> . <loop_ID> . For disks with a LUN, the form is <node> : <switch_name> : <switch_port> . <loop_ID> L <LUN> . For instance, disk number 08 on port 11 of switch fc1 on a node named node0a is named node0a:fc1:11.08. The same disk on LUN lun1 is named node0a:fc1:11.08Llun1.

Before the cluster is upgraded to Data ONTAP 8.3, the same disk can have multiple disk names, depending on how the disk is connected. For example, a disk known to a node named alpha as alpha:1a.19 can be known to a node named beta as beta:0b.37. All names are listed in the output of queries and are equally valid. To determine a disk's unique identity, run a detailed query and look for the disk's universal unique identifier (UUID) or serial number.

Selects information about disks that are owned by the specified node.

Selects the disks that are owned by the node with the specified system ID.

Selects information about array LUNs that have been declared to be foreign LUNs.

Selects the disks whose unique id matches this parameter value. A disk unique identifier has the form: `20000000:875D4C32:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000 `

Selects information about disks that belong to the specified aggregate.

Selects information about the LUNs presented by the specified storage array.

Selects information about disks that have the specified average latency.

Selects information about disks that are located in the carrier within the specified shelf bay.

Selects information about disks that have the specified number of bytes per sector. Possible settings are 512, 520, 4096, and 4160.

Selects information about disks that are located within the specified multi-disk carrier.

Selects information about disks that have the specified checksum compatibility.

Selects information about disks that have the specified disk class.

capacity = Capacity-oriented, near-line disk types. Includes disk types FSAS, BSAS and ATA.

performance = Performance-oriented, enterprise class disk types. Includes disk types FCAL and SAS.

archive = Archive class SATA disks in multi-disk carrier storage shelves. Includes disk type MSATA.

solid-state = Solid-state drives. Includes disk type SSD and SSD-NVM.

array = Logical storage devices backed by storage arrays and used by Data ONTAP as disks. Includes disk type LUN.

virtual = Virtual disks that are formatted and managed by the hypervisor. Includes disk type VMDISK.

Selects information about disks that have the specified container type.

Aggregate = Disk is used as a physical disk in an aggregate.

Broken = Disk is in broken pool.

Foreign = Array LUN has been marked foreign.

Labelmaint = Disk is in online label maintenance list.

Maintenance = Disk is in maintenance center.

Mediator = A mediator disk is a disk used on non-shared HA systems hosted by an external node which is used to communicate the viability of the storage failover between non-shared HA nodes.

Remote = Disk belongs to the remote cluster.

Shared = Disk is partitioned or in a storage pool.

Spare = Disk is a spare disk.

Unassigned = Disk ownership has not been assigned.

Unknown = Container is currently unknown. This is the default setting.

Unsupported = Disk is not supported.

Selects information about disks that have the specified container name. + If a disk is in an aggregate or storage pool, the container name is the name of the aggregate or storage pool. + Spare disks show the SyncMirror Pool to which they belong. + Partitioned disks could return multiple aggregate names.

Selects information about disks whose contents are being copied (due to either Rapid RAID Recovery or disk replacement) to the specified spare disk.

Selects information about disks that are involved as either a source or destination of a copy operation, (due to either disk replacement or Rapid RAID Recovery) and that have the specified percentage of the copy operation completed.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data partition owner name. Used with root-data partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data1 partition owner name. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data2 partition owner name. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data partition home owner name. Used with root-data partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data1 partition home owner name. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data2 partition home owner name. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data partition owner system ID. Used with root-data partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data1 partition owner system ID. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data2 partition owner system ID. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data partition home owner system ID. Used with root-data partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data1 partition home owner system ID. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified data2 partition home owner system ID. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have attained the specified I/O throughput on all connected paths.

Selects information about disks that have achieved the specified number of IOPs per second on all connected paths.

Selects information about disks that have all of the specified path names.

Selects information about disks with the specified effective rotational speed.

Selects information about disks that have the specified Disaster home node.

Selects information about disks whose Disaster home node has the specified system id.

Selects information about disks that are located in the specified drawer.

Selects information about disks that have the specified error types.

onepath = The array LUN is accessible only via a single path.

onedomain = The array LUN is accessible only via a single fault domain.

control = The array LUN cannot be used because it is a control device.

foreign = The array LUN is marked as foreign and has some external SCSI reservations other than those from Data ONTAP.

toobig = The array LUN exceeds the maximum array LUN size that Data ONTAP supports.

toosmall = The array LUN is less than the minimum array LUN size that Data ONTAP supports.

invalidblocksize = The array LUN is not a valid block size.

targetasymmap = The array LUN is presented more than once on a single target port.

deviceassymmap = The array LUN is presented with multiple IDs.

failovermisconfig = The array LUN is configured with inconsistent failover methods.

unknown = The array LUN from a storage array that is not supported by this version of Data ONTAP.

netapp = A SAN front-end LUN from one Data ONTAP system that is presented as external storage to another Data ONTAP system.

fwdownrev = The disk firmware is a down version.

qualfail = The disk is not supported.

diskfail = The disk is in a failed state.

notallflashdisk = The disk does not match the All-Flash Optimized personality of the system.

Selects information about disks that have the specified firmware revision level.

Selects information about disks that have the specified home node.

Selects information about disks whose home node has the specified system ID.

Selects information about disks that are currently using the specified Host Bus Adapter.

Selects information about disks that have the specified hardware minimum supported Data ONTAP version.

Selects information about the array LUNs that are currently being imported

Selects information about disks that are visible to the initiator specified. Disks that are not currently in use by that initiator are included.

Selects information about disks that are visible to an initiator that has executed the specified number of IOPs.

Selects information about disks visible to an initiator that has executed I/O at the specified throughput.

Selects information about disks with a path through an initiator that has the specified in-use-count.

Selects information about disks that are visible to an initiator connected to the specified switch port.

Selects information about disks that are located within a multi-disk carrier.

Selects information about disks attached to the local(true) or remote(false) MetroCluster site.

Selects information about disks attached to the specified node.

Selects information about disks attached to the node with the specified system ID.

Selects information about the specified LUNs.

Selects information about the LUNs that have reached the specified number of IOPs.

Selects information about the LUNs that have reached the specified I/O throughput.

Selects information about LUNs reporting the specified in-use state.

Selects information about disks of the specified model.

Selects information about disks that are visible to all of the specified nodes .

Selects information about disks that are not in service for the specified reason. Possible values are: admin failed, admin removed, admin testing, evacuated, bad label, bypassed, failed, init failed, label version, labeled broken, labelmaint, LUN resized, missing, not responding, predict failure, rawsize shrank, recovering, sanitizing, sanitized, SnapLock Disk, testing, unassigned, unknown.

Selects information about disks that are visible on a path that has incurred the specified number of errors.

Selects information about disks on those paths that have reached the specified number of IOPs.

Selects information about disk with paths that have reached the specified I/O throughput

Selects information about disks with paths that have incurred the specified number of FC link errors.

Selects information about disks with paths that have the specified in-use-count.

Selects information about disks on paths that have incurred the specified number of errors. The value displayed is a measure of the health of a path expressed as a percentage of an error threshold. Once a path has reached or surpassed the error threshold, another path will be selected for I/O transfer, if there is one available.

Selects information about disks that have the specified physical capacity, in megabytes.

Selects information about disks that have the specified physical capacity, in human readable units.

Selects information about disks that have the specified physical capacity, in 512-byte chunks. This parameter is present only for backwards compatibility with Data ONTAP 8.0.

Selects information about disks that belong to the specified RAID plex.

Selects information about disks that belong to the specified SyncMirror pool (pool0 or pool1).

Selects information about disks that are served by a Host Bus Adapter that is running at the specified port speed.

Selects information about disks that have the specified position within their disk container.

Selects information about disks that have the specified number of hours being powered up.

Selects information about disks that match the specified parameter value indicating whether the disk is either awaiting or is in process of Rapid RAID Recovery.

Selects information about disks that match the specified parameter value indicating whether the backing storage is ALUA (Asymmetric Logical Unit Access) capable and has specified the array target port on this path to be a preferred target port for I/O.

Selects information about disks that use the specified primary port.

Selects information about disks that belong to the specified RAID group.

Selects information about disks that are being reconstructed and that have the specified percentage of the reconstruction operation completed.

Selects information about disks that match the specified boolean value indicating whether the disk is either awaiting or in process of disk replacement.

If this parameter is specified, the command displays information only about the disk or disks that have the specified persistent reservation key.

If this parameter is specified, the command displays information only about the disk or disks that have the specified persistent reservation type. Possible values are: rs, we, re, ea, sa, wero, earo, wear, eaar, or none.

Selects information about disks that are reserved by the node with the specified system ID.

Selects information about disks that have the specified root partition owner name. Used with root-data/root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified root partition owner system ID. Used with root-data/root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified root partition home owner name. Used with root-data/root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified root partition home owner system ID. Used with root-data/root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.

Selects information about disks that have the specified rotational speed.

Selects information about disks that use the specified secondary path name, for multipath configuration.

Selects information about disks that use the specified secondary port.

Selects information about the disk that has the specified serial number.

Selects information about disks that belong to the specified SSD storage pool.

Selects information about disks that are located within the specified shelf.

Selects information about disks that are located within a shelf with the specified Shelf UID.

Selects information about disks that are located in a drawer with the specified slot.

A cluster unique id for a collection of one or more interconnected shelves.

Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports that have performed the specified number of IOPs.

Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports that have reached the specified I/O throughput.

Selects information about disks with a path through a target port that has the specified in-use-count.

Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports that have the specified access state.

Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports identified by the switch port to which they are connected.

Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports identified by their World Wide Port Name.

Selects information about disks that belong to the specified Target Port Group Number.

Selects information about disks that have the specified disk type.

Selects information about disks that have the specified usable space, in megabytes.

Selects information about disks that have the specified usable space, in human readable units.

Selects information about disks that have the specified vendor.

Selects information about disks that have the specified virtual disk device ID.

Selects information about disks that have (true) or have not (false) been fully pre-zeroed.

Selects information about disks that are zeroing and have the specified percentage complete.

Selects information about disks that are located within the multi-disk carrier specified by the serial number.

Displays the VM Disk's target address either in the form of bus target lun or bus unit.

The following example displays information about all disks:

The following example displays detailed information about a disk named 1.0.75

The following example displays RAID-related information about disks used in an aggregate:

The following example displays RAID-related information about spares:

The following example displays RAID-related information about broken disks:

The following example displays RAID-related information about disks in maintenance center:

The following example displays partition-related information about disks:

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  1. Solved: container-type change

    container-type change. 2020-04-20 05:39 AM. Hello all, We have small 2750 with Ontap 9.6P4 and 2 node controlers. We have only 9 disks inside. Both root aggregates are on 3-disks raid_dp aggregates each with container type "aggregate". That type make it impossible to use partitions on aggregates. I would like to change the container-type to ...

  2. Solved: How to change container ?

    Create an aggr with 11 drives + 1 spare. and then whatever volumes you want on that. You will also move volumes between the two aggrs if you want. I'd name the volume something different than the aggr name, just for easier mgmt. but it's your system. View solution in original post. 1. Tags: great solution. Reply.

  3. ONTAP 9 assign a disk as a spare

    8,068 Views. If it is a used disk that has partitions already, try to: Assign all partition. storage disk assign -disk <disk id> -owner nodename -force. storage disk assign -disk <disk id> -owner nodename -root true -force. storage disk assign -disk <disk id> -owner nodename -data true -force. Remove foreign aggregate if applicable. Set d.

  4. Solved: Re: container-type change

    We have small 2750 with Ontap 9.6P4 and 2 node controlers. We have only 9 disks inside. Both root aggregates are on 3-disks raid_dp aggregates each with container type "aggregate". That type make it impossible to use partitions on aggregates. I would like to change the container-type to "shared". How can i do that?

  5. Commands for managing disks

    Set up, upgrade and revert ONTAP. Cluster administration. Volume administration. Network management. NAS storage management. SAN storage management. S3 object storage management. Authentication and access control. You can use the storage disk and storage aggregate commands to manage your disks.

  6. Reassign disks to nodes with System Manager

    Steps. Click Storage > Aggregates & Disks > Disks. In the Disks window, select the Inventory tab. Select the disks that you want to reassign, and then click Assign. In the Warning dialog box, click Continue. In the Assign Disks dialog box, select the node to which you want to reassign the disks. Click Assign.

  7. Best practices for adding disks to an existing shelf or cluster

    If you are adding another drive, repeat step 2. Be sure to add the drives evenly from each side of the shelf working inward. If you disabled automatic drive assignment in step 1, manually assign drive ownership, and then reenable automatic drive assignment if needed: Display all unowned drives: storage disk show -container-type unassigned.

  8. How to change ownership of disk or partition in ...

    This article describes the procedure to change ownership of disk or partition in ADP and AFF platforms. In ADP enabled configurations, there are three entities for ownership in clustered Data ONTAP 8.3.x: The container disk (physical) The data partition (large partition, designated as P1) The root partition (small partition, designated as P2 ...

  9. Spare disk shows container type unknown after replacement

    The disk is also only seen on 2 of the 4 expected paths for 2 nodes in Multipath-HA configuration in the storage disk show command output: nonpfas100::> storage disk show -disk 5.35.23. Disk: 5.35.23. Container Type: unknown . Owner/Home: node1 / node1.

  10. Why spare disk's container type is shown as shared

    Answer. If the spare disk is partitioned in ADP configuration, its container type is shown as shared. If the spare disk is unpartitioned (remain as a whole disk), its container type is shown as spare.

  11. storage disk show

    The storage disk show command displays information about disks and array LUNs. Where it appears in the remainder of this document "disk" may refer to either a disk or an array LUN. By default, the command displays the following information about all disks in column style output: Disk name.

  12. Disk showing an 'Unknown' container-type

    The disk cannot be assigned to either node in the HA Pair. ::> disk removeowner node_name:0a.0.0. Error: command failed: Failed to remove the owner of disk "node_name:0a.0.0". Reason: Cannot remove owner of disk "0a.0.0" because it is shared. Sign in to view the entire content of this KB article. New to NetApp?

  13. Solved: Re: container-type change

    Converting to and from ADP can only be done on (re)initialization of the system. You would need to remove all data from the system, and reboot it and run option 9 then 9a/9b. Can you post the output of the following just so we can verify. storage disk show storage disk show -partition-owners...

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  15. storage disk assign

    Description. The storage disk assign command is used to assign ownership of an unowned disk or array LUN to a specific node. You can also use this command to change the ownership of a disk or an array LUN to another node. You can designate disk ownership by specifying disk names, array LUN names, wildcards, or all (for all disks or array LUNs ...

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  17. storage disk assign

    statistics-v1 commands. storage-service commands. storage commands. system commands. template commands. volume commands. vserver commands. Assign ownership of a disk to a system.

  18. Solved: Re: How to change container ?

    In response to TomatoLiam. 4,318 Views. That's correct. Create an aggr with 11 drives + 1 spare. and then whatever volumes you want on that. You will also move volumes between the two aggrs if you want. I'd name the volume something different than the aggr name, just for easier mgmt. but it's your system. 1.

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  20. Newly-added disks show type container

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  23. Container Name for spare Disk is not displayed

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  24. storage disk show

    storage disk show. 06/26/2024 Contributors. Suggest changes. PDFs. Display a list of disk drives and array LUNs.