storage-service show

Display the available storage services

Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the advanced privilege level.

Description

This command displays the available storage services.
Note: The available storage services are defined by the type of storage making up an aggregate.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, ... parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.
| [-instance ]}
If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.
[-vserver <vserver name>] - Vserver
Selects the available storage services for Vservers that match the parameter value.
[-storage-service <text>] - Storage Service
Selects the available storage services whose name matches the parameter value.
[-description <text>] - Description
Selects the available storage services whose description matches the parameter value. This field is a text description of the storage service.
[-expected-iops-per-tb <integer>] - Expected IOPS per TB
Selects the available storage services whose expected IOPS per TB matches the parameter value. When multiplied by a number of TB, this field yields the number of IOPS nominally guaranteed by the storage service. The multiplier is either the logical used space or the provisioned size of the storage object, depending on the value of expected-iops-allocation.
[-expected-iops-allocation {used-space|allocated-space}] - Expected IOPS Allocation
Selects the available storage services whose expected IOPS allocation policy matches the parameter value. The allocation policy is either allocated-space or used-space. When the expected-iops-allocation policy is allocated-space, the expected IOPS is calculated based on the size of the storage object. When the expected-iops-allocation policy is set to used-space, the expected IOPS is calculated based on the amount of data logically stored in the storage object.
[-peak-iops-per-tb <integer>] - Peak IOPS per TB
Selects the available storage services whose peak IOPS per TB matches the parameter value. When multiplied by a number of TB, this field yields the number of IOPS for the maximum Quality of Service (QoS) throttle. The multiplier is either the logical used space or the provisioned size of the storage object, depending on the value of peak-iops-allocation.Selects the available storage services whose peak IOPS per TB matches the parameter value. This field is the number of IOPS per provisioned TB used as the maximum Quality of Service (QoS) throttle.Selects the available storage services whose peak IOPS per TB matches the parameter value. This field is the number of IOPS per provisioned TB used as the maximum Quality of Service (QoS) throttle.Selects the available storage services whose peak IOPS per TB matches the parameter value. This field is the number of IOPS per provisioned TB used as the maximum Quality of Service (QoS) throttle.
[-peak-iops-allocation {used-space|allocated-space}] - Peak IOPS Allocation
Selects the available storage services whose peak IOPS allocation policy matches the parameter value. The allocation policy is either allocated-space or used-space. When the peak-iops-allocation policy is allocated-space, the peak IOPS is calculated based on the size of the storage object. When the peak-iops-allocation policy is set to used-space, the peak IOPS is calculated based on the amount of data logically stored in the storage object.
[-absolute-min-iops <integer>] - Absolute Minimum IOPS
Selects the available storage services whose absolute minimum IOPS matches the parameter value. This field is the minimum number of IOPS used as the Quality of Service (QoS) throttle, if larger than the values calculated using the IOPS per TB parameters.
[-target-latency <integer>] - Target Latency (ms)
Selects the available storage service whose target latency matches the parameter value.
[-aggr-list <aggregate name>, ...] - Aggregate List
Selects the available storage services whose aggregate list matches the parameter value. The aggregates shown are the only ones used for provisioning when the corresponding Vserver and storage service are selected.

Examples

cluster1::*> storage-service show
Vserver Storage Service  Description
------- -------------- ----------------------------------------------
vs1
        extreme        Extreme Performance
        performance    Performance
        value          Value
3 entries were displayed.