storage disk show

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

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
Displays the specified fields for all disks, in column style output.
| [-broken ]
Displays the following RAID-related information about broken disks:
  • Original owning node name
  • Checksum compatibility
  • Disk name
  • Outage reason
  • Host bus adapter
  • Shelf number
  • Bay number
  • Primary port / Channel
  • Pool
  • Disk type
  • RPM (Revolutions per minute)
  • Usable size in human readable units
  • Physical size in human readable units
  • Current owner node
| [-errors ]
Displays the following disk information about the disks which have errors.
  • Disk Name
  • Error Type
  • Error Description and corresponding corrective action
| [-longop ]
Displays the following information about long-running disk operations, in column style output:
  • Disk name
  • 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
| [-maintenance ]
Displays the following RAID-related information about disks in the maintenance center:
  • Original owning node name
  • Checksum compatibility
  • Disk name
  • Outage Reason
  • Host bus adapter
  • Shelf number
  • Bay number
  • Primary port / Channel
  • Pool
  • Disk type
  • RPM (Revolutions per minute)
  • Usable size in human readable units
  • Physical size in human readable units
  • Current owner node
| [-ownership ]
Displays the following ownership-related information:
  • Disk name
  • Aggregate name
  • Home node name
  • Owning 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
| [-partition-ownership ]
Displays the following ownership-related information for partitioned disks:
  • Disk name
  • Aggregate name
  • 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
| [-physical ]
Displays the following information about the disk's physical attributes, in column style output:
  • Disk name
  • Disk type
  • Disk vendor
  • Disk model
  • Firmware revision level
  • RPM (Revolutions per minute)
  • BPS (Bytes per sector)
| [-port ]
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
| [-raid ]
Displays the following RAID-related information:
  • Disk name
  • Container type (aggregate, broken, labelmaint, maintenance, mediator, remote, shared, spare, unassigned, unknown, or volume)
  • Outage reason
  • Position (copy, data, dparity, orphan, parity, pending, present, shared or tparity)
  • RAID group name
  • Aggregate name
| [-raid-info-for-aggregate ]
Displays the following RAID-related information about the disks used in an aggregate:
  • Owning node name
  • Aggregate name
  • Plex name
  • RAID group name
  • Position (copy, data, dparity, orphan, parity, pending, present, shared or tparity)
  • Disk name
  • Host bus adapter
  • Shelf number
  • Bay number
  • Primary port / Channel
  • Pool
  • Disk type
  • RPM (Revolutions per minute)
  • Usable size in human readable units
  • Physical size in human readable units

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.

| [-spare ]
Displays the following RAID-related information about available spare disks:
  • Original owning node name
  • Checksum compatibility
  • Disk name
  • Host bus adapter
  • Shelf number
  • Bay number
  • Primary port / Channel
  • Pool
  • Disk type
  • Disk class
  • RPM (Revolutions per minute)
  • Usable size in human readable units
  • Physical size in human readable units
  • Current owner node
| [-ssd-wear ]
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.
| [-virtual-machine-disk-info ]
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).
  • Disk name.
  • 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.
| [-vmdisk-backing-info ]
Displays information about the backing disks on certain Data ONTAP-v models:
  • Disk name
  • Backing disk vendor
  • Backing disk model
  • Backing disk serial number
  • Backing disk device id
| [-foreign ] (privilege: advanced)
Displays the following foreign LUN import related information about foreign disks:
  • Disk name
  • Array name
  • Capacity in sectors
  • Capacity in mb
  • Serial Number
| [-physical-location ] (privilege: advanced)
Displays the following information about disks:
  • Disk name
  • Container type
  • Primary path
  • Location
  • Home node name
  • Physical size in human readable units
| [-primary-paths ] (privilege: advanced)
Displays the following information about disks:
  • Disk Name
  • Shelf
  • Bay
  • Container Type
  • Primary Path
| [-instance ]}
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.
[-disk <disk path name>] - Disk Name
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.

[-owner {<nodename>|local}] - Owner
Selects information about disks that are owned by the specified node.
[-owner-id <nvramid>] - Owner System ID
Selects the disks that are owned by the node with the specified system ID.
[-is-foreign {true|false}] - Foreign LUN (privilege: advanced)
Selects information about array LUNs that have been declared to be foreign LUNs.
[-uid <text>] - Disk Unique ID
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
[-aggregate <aggregate name>] - Aggregate
Selects information about disks that belong to the specified aggregate.
[-array-name <array name>] - Array Name
Selects information about the LUNs presented by the specified storage array.
[-average-latency <integer>] - Average I/O Latency Across All Active Paths
Selects information about disks that have the specified average latency.
[-bay <integer>] - Bay
Selects information about disks that are located in the carrier within the specified shelf bay.
[-bps <integer>] - Bytes Per Sector
Selects information about disks that have the specified number of bytes per sector. Possible settings are 512, 520, 4096, and 4160.
[-carrier-id <text>] - Carrier ID
Selects information about disks that are located within the specified multi-disk carrier.
[-checksum-compatibility {advanced_zoned | block | none}] - Checksum Compatibility
Selects information about disks that have the specified checksum compatibility.
[-class {capacity | performance | archive | solid-state | array | virtual}] - Disk Class
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.
[-container-type {aggregate | broken | foreign | labelmaint | maintenance | mediator | remote | shared | spare | unassigned | unknown | unsupported}] - Container Type
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.
[-container-name <text>] - Container Name
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.
[-copy-destination <disk path name>] - Copy Destination Name
Selects information about disks whose contents are being copied (due to either Rapid RAID Recovery or disk replacement) to the specified spare disk.
[-copy-percent <integer>] - Percentage of Copy Complete
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.
[-data-owner {<nodename>|local}] - Owner of Data Partition of Root-Data Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data partition owner name. Used with root-data partitioned disks.
[-data1-owner {<nodename>|local}] - Owner of Data1 Partition of Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data1 partition owner name. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-data2-owner {<nodename>|local}] - Owner of Data2 Partition of Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data2 partition owner name. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-data-home {<nodename>|local}] - Home Owner of Data Partition of Root-Data Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data partition home owner name. Used with root-data partitioned disks.
[-data1-home {<nodename>|local}] - Home Owner of Data1 Partition of Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data1 partition home owner name. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-data2-home {<nodename>|local}] - Home Owner of Data2 Partition of Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data2 partition home owner name. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-data-owner-id <nvramid>] - Owner System ID of Data Partition of Root-Data Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data partition owner system ID. Used with root-data partitioned disks.
[-data1-owner-id <nvramid>] - Owner System ID of Data1 Partition of Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data1 partition owner system ID. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-data2-owner-id <nvramid>] - Owner System ID of Data2 Partition of Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data2 partition owner system ID. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-data-home-id <nvramid>] - Home Owner System ID of Data Partition of Root-Data Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data partition home owner system ID. Used with root-data partitioned disks.
[-data1-home-id <nvramid>] - Home Owner System ID of Data1 Partition of Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data1 partition home owner system ID. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-data2-home-id <nvramid>] - Home Owner System ID of Data2 Partition of Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified data2 partition home owner system ID. Used with root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-disk-io-kbps-total <integer>] - Total Disk Throughput in KBPS Across All Active Paths
Selects information about disks that have attained the specified I/O throughput on all connected paths.
[-disk-iops-total <integer>] - Total Disk IOPs Across All Active Paths
Selects information about disks that have achieved the specified number of IOPs per second on all connected paths.
[-diskpathnames <disk path name>, ...] - List of Path-Based Disk Names
Selects information about disks that have all of the specified path names.
[-effective-rpm <integer>] - Effective RPM
Selects information about disks with the specified effective rotational speed.
[-dr-home {<nodename>|local}] - Disaster Recovery Home
Selects information about disks that have the specified Disaster home node.
[-dr-home-id <nvramid>] - Disaster Recovery Home System ID
Selects information about disks whose Disaster home node has the specified system id.
[-drawer <integer>] - Drawer
Selects information about disks that are located in the specified drawer.
[-error-type {onepath|onedomain|control|foreign|toobig|toosmall|invalidblocksize|targetasymmap|deviceassymmap|failovermisconfig|unknown|netapp|fwdownrev|qualfail|diskfail|notallflashdisk}, ...] - Error Type
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.
[-firmware-revision <text>] - Firmware Revision
Selects information about disks that have the specified firmware revision level.
[-home {<nodename>|local}] - Home
Selects information about disks that have the specified home node.
[-home-id <nvramid>] - Home System ID
Selects information about disks whose home node has the specified system ID.
[-host-adapter <text>] - Primary Path Host Adapter
Selects information about disks that are currently using the specified Host Bus Adapter.
[-hw-minimum-os <text>] - Hardware Minimum Supported Data ONTAP Version
Selects information about disks that have the specified hardware minimum supported Data ONTAP version.
[-import-in-progress {true|false}] - Foreign LUN import in progress
Selects information about the array LUNs that are currently being imported If this parameter is specified, the command displays information only about the disk or disks that are currently being used for importing data.
[-initiator <text>, ...] - Initiator Port
Selects information about disks that are visible to the initiator specified. Disks that are not currently in use by that initiator are included.
[-initiator-iops <integer>, ...] - Number of IOPS on Initiator (Rolling Average)
Selects information about disks that are visible to an initiator that has executed the specified number of IOPs.
[-initiator-io-kbps <integer>, ...] - Kbytes of I/O per second on Initiator (Rolling Average)
Selects information about disks visible to an initiator that has executed I/O at the specified throughput.
[-initiator-lun-in-use-count <integer>, ...] - Number of LUNs in the in-use state on this initiator
Selects information about disks with a path through an initiator that has the specified in-use-count.
[-initiator-side-switch-port <text>, ...] - Initiator Side Switch Port
Selects information about disks that are visible to an initiator connected to the specified switch port.
[-is-multidisk-carrier {true|false}] - Multi Disk Carrier?
Selects information about disks that are located within a multi-disk carrier.
[-is-local-attach {true|false}] - Indicates If the Disk Is Local to This Cluster
Selects information about disks attached to the local(true) or remote(false) MetroCluster site.
[-location {<nodename>|local}] - Physical Location
Selects information about disks attached to the specified node.
[-location-id <nvramid>] - The system ID of the node where the disk is attached
Selects information about disks attached to the node with the specified system ID.
[-lun <integer>, ...] - LUN ID
Selects information about the specified LUNs.
[-lun-iops <integer>, ...] - Number IOPS per second on disk (Rolling Average)
Selects information about the LUNs that have reached the specified number of IOPs.
[-lun-io-kbps <integer>, ...] - Kbytes/sec on Disk (Rolling Average)
Selects information about the LUNs that have reached the specified I/O throughput.
[-lun-path-use-state <text>, ...] - The Use State of the LUN on this path
Selects information about LUNs reporting the specified in-use state.
[-model <text>] - Model
Selects information about disks of the specified model.
[-nodelist {<nodename>|local}, ...] - Controller name
Selects information about disks that are visible to all of the specified nodes .
[-outage-reason <text>] - Outage Reason
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.
[-path-error-count <integer>] - Path Error Count
Selects information about disks that are visible on a path that has incurred the specified number of errors.
[-path-iops <integer>, ...] - Number of IOPS on Path (Rolling Average)
Selects information about disks on those paths that have reached the specified number of IOPs.
[-path-io-kbps <integer>, ...] - Kbytes of I/O per second on Path (Rolling Average)
Selects information about disk with paths that have reached the specified I/O throughput
[-path-link-errors <integer>, ...] - Link Error count on path
Selects information about disks with paths that have incurred the specified number of FC link errors.
[-path-lun-in-use-count <integer>, ...] - Number of LUNs in the in-use state on this path
Selects information about disks with paths that have the specified in-use-count.
[-path-quality <integer>, ...] - Percentage of weighted error threshold
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.
[-physical-size-mb <integer>] - Physical Size (MB)
Selects information about disks that have the specified physical capacity, in megabytes.
[-physical-size {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Physical Size
Selects information about disks that have the specified physical capacity, in human readable units.
[-physical-size-512b <integer>] - Physical Size in Units of 512 Bytes
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.
[-plex <text>] - Plex Name
Selects information about disks that belong to the specified RAID plex.
[-pool <text>] - Assigned Pool
Selects information about disks that belong to the specified SyncMirror pool (pool0 or pool1).
[-port-speed <text>, ...] - Port Speed
Selects information about disks that are served by a Host Bus Adapter that is running at the specified port speed.
[-position <diskPositionType>] - Disk Position
Selects information about disks that have the specified position within their disk container.
[-power-on-hours <integer>] - Hours Powered On
Selects information about disks that have the specified number of hours being powered up.
[-prefailed {true|false}] - Marked for Rapid RAID Recovery?
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.
[-preferred-target-port {true|false}, ...] - Whether or not target port group is preferred (privilege: advanced)
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.
[-primary-port <text>] - Primary Path Disk Port
Selects information about disks that use the specified primary port.
[-raid-group <text>] - Raid Group Name
Selects information about disks that belong to the specified RAID group.
[-reconstruction-percent <integer>] - Percentage of Reconstruction Complete
Selects information about disks that are being reconstructed and that have the specified percentage of the reconstruction operation completed.
[-replacing {true|false}] - Being Replaced?
Selects information about disks that match the specified boolean value indicating whether the disk is either awaiting or in process of disk replacement.
[-reservation-key <text>] - Reservation Key
If this parameter is specified, the command displays information only about the disk or disks that have the specified persistent reservation key.
[-reservation-type {rs|we|re|ea|sa|wero|earo|wear|eaar|none}] - Reservation Type
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.
[-reserver-id <integer>] - Reservation System ID
Selects information about disks that are reserved by the node with the specified system ID.
[-root-owner {<nodename>|local}] - Owner of Root Partition of Root-Data/Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified root partition owner name. Used with root-data/root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-root-owner-id <nvramid>] - Owner System ID of Root Partition of Root-Data/Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified root partition owner system ID. Used with root-data/root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-root-home {<nodename>|local}] - Home Owner of Root Partition of Root-Data/Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified root partition home owner name. Used with root-data/root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-root-home-id <nvramid>] - Home Owner System ID of Root Partition of Root-Data/Root-Data1-Data2 Partitioned Disk
Selects information about disks that have the specified root partition home owner system ID. Used with root-data/root-data1-data2 partitioned disks.
[-rpm <integer>] - Revolutions Per Minute
Selects information about disks that have the specified rotational speed.
[-secondary-name <disk path name>] - Secondary Path Name
Selects information about disks that use the specified secondary path name, for multipath configuration.
[-secondary-port <text>] - Secondary Path Disk Port
Selects information about disks that use the specified secondary port.
[-serial-number <text>] - Serial Number
Selects information about the disk that has the specified serial number.
[-storage-pool <text>] - Storage Pool Name
Selects information about disks that belong to the specified SSD storage pool.
[-shelf <integer>] - Shelf
Selects information about disks that are located within the specified shelf.
[-shelf-uid <text>] - Shelf UID
Selects information about disks that are located within a shelf with the specified Shelf UID.
[-slot <integer>] - Slot
Selects information about disks that are located in a drawer with the specified slot.
[-stack-id <integer>] - Stack ID
A cluster unique id for a collection of one or more interconnected shelves.
[-target-iops <integer>, ...] - Number of IOPS to Target (Rolling Average)
Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports that have performed the specified number of IOPs.
[-target-io-kbps <integer>, ...] - Kbytes of I/O per second to Target (Rolling Average)
Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports that have reached the specified I/O throughput.
[-target-lun-in-use-count <integer>, ...] - Number of LUNs in the in-use state on this target
Selects information about disks with a path through a target port that has the specified in-use-count.
[-target-port-access-state <text>, ...] - Failover optimization type
Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports that have the specified access state.
[-target-side-switch-port <text>, ...] - Target Side Switch Port
Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports identified by the switch port to which they are connected.
[-target-wwpn <text>, ...] - Target Port
Selects information about disks that are visible on target ports identified by their World Wide Port Name.
[-tpgn <integer>, ...] - Target Port Group Number
Selects information about disks that belong to the specified Target Port Group Number.
[-type {ATA | BSAS | FCAL | FSAS | LUN | MSATA | SAS | SSD | VMDISK | SSD-NVM}] - Disk Type
Selects information about disks that have the specified disk type.
[-usable-size-mb <integer>] - Usable Size (MB)
Selects information about disks that have the specified usable space, in megabytes.
[-usable-size {<integer>[KB|MB|GB|TB|PB]}] - Usable Size
Selects information about disks that have the specified usable space, in human readable units.
[-vendor <text>] - Vendor Name
Selects information about disks that have the specified vendor.
[-vmdisk-device-id <integer>, ...] - Virtual Disk Device ID
Selects information about disks that have the specified virtual disk device ID.
[-zeroed {true|false}] - Zeroed?
Selects information about disks that have (true) or have not (false) been fully pre-zeroed.
[-zeroing-percent <integer>] - Percentage of Zeroing Complete
Selects information about disks that are zeroing and have the specified percentage complete.
[-carrier-serialno <text>] - Carrier Serial Number
Selects information about disks that are located within the multi-disk carrier specified by the serial number.
[-vmdisk-target-address <text>] - Target Address of the VM Disk
Displays the VM Disk's target address either in the form of bus target lun or bus unit.

Examples

The following example displays information about all disks:

cluster1::> storage disk show
                     Usable           Container                       
Disk                   Size Shelf Bay Type        Position   Aggregate Owner
---------------- ---------- ----- --- ----------- ---------- --------- --------
1.1.1                  10GB     1   1 spare       present    -         node1
1.1.4               78.59GB     1   4 spare       present    -         node1
1.1.12                 10GB     1  12 spare       present    -         node1
1.2.12                 10GB     2  12 broken      present    -         node1
1.3.7               78.59GB     3   7 aggregate   parity     aggr0_u23 node1
1.1.6               78.59GB     1   6 broken      present    -         node1
1.2.10              78.59GB     2  10 aggregate   dparity    aggr0_u23 node1
1.4.9               78.59GB     4   9 aggregate   data       aggr0_u23 node1
1.1.0                  10GB     1   0 aggregate   dparity    aggr0_u22 node2
1.4.1                  10GB     4   1 aggregate   data       dp_degraded node2
1.1.2                  10GB     1   2 spare       present    -         node2
1.1.3                  20GB     1   3 spare       present    -         node2
1.4.4                  20GB     4   4 spare       present    -         node2
1.4.6                  10GB     4   6 aggregate   data       dp_sdc    node2
1.1.5               268.0GB     1   5 maintenance present    -         node2
1.3.0                  10GB     3   0 aggregate   parity     aggr0_u22 node2
1.4.11                 10GB     4  11 spare       present    -         node2
1.4.13                 20GB     4  13 broken      present    -         node2
[...]

The following example displays detailed information about a disk named 1.0.75

cluster1::> storage disk show -disk 1.0.75
                  Disk: 1.0.75                                   
        Container Type: spare
            Owner/Home: node2 / node2
               DR Home: -
    Stack ID/Shelf/Bay: 1 / 0 / 75
                   LUN: 0
                 Array: N/A
                Vendor: NETAPP
                 Model: X267_HKURO500SSX
         Serial Number: ZAKAS0GH
                   UID: 1FF17846:0A419201:9325845A:3ABD5075:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000
                   BPS: 512
         Physical Size: 10.15GB
              Position: present
Checksum Compatibility: block
             Aggregate: -
                  Plex: -
Paths:
                                LUN  Initiator Side        Target Side                                                        Link
Controller         Initiator     ID  Switch Port           Switch Port           Acc Use  Target Port                TPGN    Speed      I/O KB/s          IOPS
------------------ ---------  -----  --------------------  --------------------  --- ---  -----------------------  ------  -------  ------------  ------------
node1              0d             0  N/A                   N/A                   AO  INU  220a000a3384e4d2             21   2 Gb/S             0             0
node1              0c             0  N/A                   N/A                   AO  RDY  2209000a3384e4d2             62   2 Gb/S             0             0
node2              0d             0  N/A                   N/A                   AO  INU  2209000a3384e4d2             62   2 Gb/S             3             0

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

cluster1::> storage disk show -raid-info-for-aggregate
Owner Node: node1
   Aggregate: aggr0_node1_0
      Plex: plex0
        RAID Group: rg0
                                                                                 Usable Physical
          Position Disk                  HA Shelf Bay Chan Pool   Type     RPM     Size     Size
          -------- --------------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- --------
          data     2.11.2                2d    11   2 B    Pool0  SAS    15000   9.77GB   9.93GB
          dparity  2.11.0                2d    11   0 B    Pool0  SAS    15000   9.77GB   9.93GB
          parity   2.11.1                2d    11   1 B    Pool0  SAS    15000   9.77GB   9.93GB
Owner Node: node2
   Aggregate: a1
      Plex: plex0
        RAID Group: rg0
                                                                                 Usable Physical
          Position Disk                  HA Shelf Bay Chan Pool   Type     RPM     Size     Size
          -------- --------------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- --------
          data     2.1.8                 2a     1   8 B    Pool0  BSAS    7200   9.77GB   9.91GB
          dparity  2.1.6                 2a     1   6 B    Pool0  BSAS    7200   9.77GB   9.91GB
          parity   2.1.7                 2a     1   7 B    Pool0  BSAS    7200   9.77GB   9.91GB
Owner Node: node2
   Aggregate: a1
      Plex: plex0
        RAID Group: rg1
                                                                                 Usable Physical
          Position Disk                  HA Shelf Bay Chan Pool   Type     RPM     Size     Size
          -------- --------------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- --------
          data     2.1.11                2a     1  11 B    Pool0  BSAS    7200   9.77GB   9.91GB
          dparity  2.1.9                 2a     1   9 B    Pool0  BSAS    7200   9.77GB   9.91GB
          parity   2.1.10                2a     1  10 B    Pool0  BSAS    7200   9.77GB   9.91GB
Owner Node: node2
   Aggregate: aggr0
      Plex: plex0
        RAID Group: rg0
                                                                                 Usable Physical
          Position Disk                  HA Shelf Bay Chan Pool   Type     RPM     Size     Size
          -------- --------------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- --------
          data     2.1.5                 2a     1   5 B    Pool0  BSAS    7200   9.71GB  10.03GB
          dparity  2.1.2                 2a     1   2 B    Pool0  BSAS    7200   9.71GB  10.03GB
          parity   2.1.4                 2a     1   4 B    Pool0  BSAS    7200   9.71GB  10.03GB
12 entries were displayed.

The following example displays RAID-related information about spares:

cluster1::> storage disk show -spare
Original Owner: node1                                                     
  Checksum Compatibility: block
                                                            Usable Physical
    Disk            HA Shelf Bay Chan   Pool  Type    RPM     Size     Size Owner
    --------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- -------- --------
    1.1.23          0b     1  23    A  Pool0  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  134.2GB node1
    1.1.25          0b     1  25    A  Pool0  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB node1
    1.1.26          0b     1  26    A  Pool1  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB node1
    1.1.27          0b     1  27    A  Pool1  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  134.2GB node1
Home Owner: node2
  Checksum Compatibility: block
                                                            Usable Physical
    Disk            HA Shelf Bay Chan   Pool  Type    RPM     Size     Size Owner
    --------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- -------- --------
    1.1.19          0a     1  19    B  Pool1  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB node2
    1.1.20          0a     1  20    B  Pool0  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB node2
    1.1.21          0a     1  21    B  Pool0  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB node2
[...]

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

cluster1::> storage disk show -broken
Original Owner: node1                                                     
  Checksum Compatibility: block
                                                                          Usable Physical
    Disk            Outage Reason HA Shelf Bay Chan   Pool  Type    RPM     Size     Size
    --------------- ------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- --------
    1.1.0           admin failed  0b     1   0    A  Pool0  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB
    1.2.6           admin removed 0b     2   6    A  Pool1  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  134.2GB
Original Owner: node2
  Checksum Compatibility: block
                                                                          Usable Physical
    Disk            Outage Reason HA Shelf Bay Chan   Pool  Type    RPM     Size     Size
    --------------- ------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- --------
    1.1.0           admin failed  0a     1   0    B  Pool0  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB
    1.1.13          admin removed 0a     1  13    B  Pool0  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB
4 entries were displayed.       

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

cluster1::> storage disk show -maintenance
Original Owner: node1                                                     
  Checksum Compatibility: block
                                                                          Usable Physical
    Disk            Outage Reason HA Shelf Bay Chan   Pool  Type    RPM     Size     Size
    --------------- ------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- --------
    1.1.8           admin testing 0b     1   8    A  Pool0  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB
    1.2.11          admin testing 0b     2  11    A  Pool1  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  134.2GB
Original Owner: node2
  Checksum Compatibility: block
                                                                          Usable Physical
    Disk            Outage Reason HA Shelf Bay Chan   Pool  Type    RPM     Size     Size
    --------------- ------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- --------
    1.2.10          admin testing 0a     2  10    B  Pool1  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  133.9GB
    1.2.13          admin testing 0a     2  13    B  Pool1  FCAL  10000  132.8GB  134.2GB
4 entries were displayed.

The following example displays partition-related information about disks:

cluster1::> storage disk show -partition-ownership
Disk     Partition Home              Owner             Home ID     Owner ID
-------- --------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------- -----------
VMw-1.13 Container pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
VMw-1.14 Container pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
VMw-1.15 Container pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
         Root      pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
         Data      pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
VMw-1.16 Container pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
         Root      pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
         Data1     pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
         Data2     pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
VMw-1.17 Container pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
VMw-1.18 Container pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
         Root      -                 -                  -          -
         Data      pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
VMw-1.19 Container pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
         Root      pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786
         Data1     -                 -                  -          -
         Data2     pvaruncluster-2-01 pvaruncluster-2-01 4087518786 4087518786