storage encryption disk show-status

Display status of disk encryption operation

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

Description

The storage encryption disk show-status command displays the results of the latest destroy, modify, or sanitize operation of the storage encryption disk command family. Use this command to view the progress of these operations on self-encrypting disks (SEDs).

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.
[-node <nodename>] - Node Name
If you specify this parameter, the command displays disk encryption status for the nodes that match this parameter.
[-is-sed-support {true|false}] - Node Supports Self-Encrypting Disks
If you specify this parameter, the command displays disk encryption status for the nodes that match this parameter (true means the node supports SEDs).
[-latest-op <Storage Disk Encryption Operation>] - Latest Operation Requested
If you specify this parameter, the command displays disk encryption status for the nodes with a most recent storage encryption disk operation that matches this parameter (one of destroy, modify, revert-to-original-state, sanitize, or unknown).
[-op-start-time <MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS>] - Operation Start Time
Selects the nodes with operation start times that match this parameter.
[-op-execute-time <integer>] - Execution Time in Seconds
If you specify this parameter, the command displays disk encryption status for the nodes with operation execution time that matches this parameter. The operation may be partial or completed.
[-disk-start-count <integer>] - Number of Disks Started
If you specify this parameter, the command displays disk encryption status for the nodes that started this number of SEDs in their latest operation.
[-disk-done-count <integer>] - Number of Disks Done
Selects the nodes that report this number of SEDs having completed the latest operation, successfully or not.
[-disk-success-count <integer>] - Number of Disks Successful
If you specify this parameter, the command displays disk encryption status for the nodes that report this number of SEDs that successfully completed the latest operation. When the operation is finished, if the success count is not the same as the started count, some additional detail is available using the -instance or -node parameters.
[-disk-no-key-id-count <integer>] - Number of Disks with Key ID Not Found
If you specify this parameter, the command displays disk encryption status for the nodes that report this number of SEDs that failed the latest operation because Data ONTAP could not find the Key IDs associated with the required authentication key of the SED.
[-disk-no-authent-count <integer>] - Number of Disks Not Authenticated
If you specify this parameter, the command displays disk encryption status for the nodes that report this number of SEDs that failed the latest operation because the identified Authentication Key could not authenticate with the SED.

Examples

When no operation has been requested since node boot, the status for that node is empty. If you enter a node name, the output is in the same format as for the -instance parameter.

cluster1::> storage encryption disk show-status -node node

                            Node Name: node
  Node Supports Self-Encrypting Disks: true
           Latest Operation Requested: unknown
                 Operation Start Time: -
            Execution Time in Seconds: -
              Number of Disks Started: -
                 Number of Disks Done: -
           Number of Disks Successful: -
Number of Disks with Key ID Not Found: -
    Number of Disks Not Authenticated: -

Once an operation begins, the status is dynamic until all devices have completed. When disks are modified, sanitized, or destroyed, sequential executions of storage encryption disk show-status appear as in this example that shows the progress of a modify operation on three SEDs on each node of a two-node cluster:

cluster1::> storage encryption disk show-status
        SED     Latest   Start               Execution  Disks  Disks      Disk
Node    Support Request  Timestamp          Time (sec)  Begun   Done Successful
------- ------- -------- ------------------ ---------- ------ ------ ----------
node    true    modify   9/22/2014 13:58:53          4      3      0          0
node1   true    modify   9/22/2014 13:58:53          4      3      0          0

cluster1::> storage encryption disk show-status
        SED     Latest   Start               Execution  Disks  Disks      Disk
Node    Support Request  Timestamp          Time (sec)  Begun   Done Successful
------- ------- -------- ------------------ ---------- ------ ------ ----------
node    true    modify   9/22/2014 13:58:53          7      3      3          3
node1   true    modify   9/22/2014 13:58:53          7      3      3          3