Commands for managing disks

You can use the storage disk and storage aggregate commands to manage your disks.

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Display a list of spare disks, including partitioned disks, by owner storage aggregate show-spare-disks
Display the disk RAID type, current usage, and RAID group by aggregate storage aggregate show-status
Display the RAID type, current usage, aggregate, and RAID group, including spares, for physical disks storage disk show -raid
Display a list of failed disks nstorage disk show -broken
Display the pre-cluster (nodescope) drive name for a disk storage disk show -primary-paths (advanced)
Illuminate the LED for a particular disk or shelf storage disk set-led
Display the checksum type for a specific disk storage disk show -fields checksum-compatibility
Display the checksum type for all spare disks storage disk show -fields checksum-compatibility -container-type spare
Display disk connectivity and placement information storage disk show -fields disk,primary-port,secondary-name,secondary-port,shelf,bay
Display the pre-cluster disk names for specific disks storage disk show -disk -fields diskpathnames
Display the list of disks in the maintenance center storage disk show -maintenance
Display SSD wear life storage disk show -ssd-wear
Unpartition a disk system node run -node local -command disk unpartition
Unpartition a shared disk storage disk unpartition

(available at diagnostic level)

Zero all non-zeroed disks storage disk zerospares
Stop an ongoing sanitization process on one or more specified disks disk sanitize abort disk_list
Display storage encryption disk information storage encryption disk show
Retrieve authentication keys from all linked key management servers security key-manager restore