Aggregate health fields

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The following fields are available in the Health: All Aggregates view and can be used in custom views and in reports.

  • Status

    The current status of the aggregate. The status can be Critical (Icon for event severity – critical), Error (Icon for event severity – error), Warning (Icon for event severity – warning), or Normal (Icon for event severity – normal).

  • Aggregate

    The name of the aggregate.

  • State

    The current state of the aggregate:

    • Offline

      Read or write access is not allowed.

    • Online

      Read and write access to volumes hosted on this aggregate is allowed.

    • Restricted

      Limited operations, such as parity reconstruction, are allowed, but data access is not allowed.

    • Creating

      The aggregate is being created.

    • Destroying

      The aggregate is being destroyed.

    • Failed

      The aggregate cannot be brought online.

    • Frozen

      The aggregate is (temporarily) not serving requests.

    • Inconsistent

      The aggregate has been marked corrupted; contact technical support.

    • Iron Restricted

      Diagnostic tools cannot be run on the aggregate.

    • Mounting

      The aggregate is being mounted.

    • Partial

      At least one disk was found for the aggregate, but two or more disks are missing.

    • Quiesced

      The aggregate is quiesced.

    • Quiescing

      The aggregate is being quiesced.

    • Reverted

      The revert operation of the aggregate is completed.

    • Unmounted

      The aggregate is offline.

    • Unmounting

      The aggregate is being taken offline.

    • Unknown

      Specifies that the aggregate is discovered, but the aggregate information is not yet retrieved by the Unified Manager server.

  • Node

    The name of the node that contains the aggregate.

  • Mirror Status

    The mirror status of the aggregate:

    • Mirrored

      The aggregate plex data is mirrored.

    • Mirror degraded

      The aggregate plex data cannot be mirrored.

    • Mirror resynchronizing

      The aggregate plex data is being mirrored.

    • Failed

      The aggregate plex data mirroring failed.

    • Invalid configuration

      The initial state before an aggregate is created.

    • Uninitialized

      The aggregate is being created.

    • Unmirrored

      The aggregate is not mirrored.

    • CP count check in progress

      The aggregate has been assimilated and Unified Manager is validating that the CP counts for the plexes is similar.

    • Limbo

      There is an issue with the aggregate labels. The ONTAP system identifies the aggregate but cannot accurately assimilate the aggregate.

    • Needs CP count check

      The aggregate is assimilated but the CP counts on both plexes are not yet validated to be similar.

    When an aggregate is in the mirror_resynchronizing state, then the resynchronization percentage is also shown.

  • In Transition

    Whether the aggregate has completed transition or not.

  • Type

    The aggregate type:

    • HDD

    • Hybrid

      Combines HDDs and SSDs, but Flash Pool has not been enabled.

    • Hybrid (Flash Pool)

      Combines HDDs and SSDs, and Flash Pool has been enabled.

    • SSD

    • SSD (FabricPool)

      Combines SSDs and a cloud tier

    • HDD (FabricPool)

      Combines HDDs and a cloud tier

    • VMDisk (SDS)

      Virtual disks within a virtual machine

    • VMDisk (FabricPool)

      Combines virtual disks and a cloud tier

    • LUN (FlexArray)

  • SnapLock Type

    The aggregate SnapLock Type. The possible values are Compliance, Enterprise, Non-SnapLock.

  • Used Data %

    The percentage of space used for data in the aggregate.

  • Available Data %

    The percentage of space available for data in the aggregate.

  • Used Data Capacity

    The amount of space used for data in the aggregate.

  • Available Data Capacity

    The amount of space available for data in the aggregate.

  • Total Data Capacity

    The total data size of the aggregate.

  • Committed Capacity

    The total space committed for all of the volumes in the aggregate.

    When Autogrow is enabled on volumes that reside on the aggregate, the committed capacity is based on the maximum volume size set by autogrow, not based on the original volume size. For FabricPool aggregates, this value is relevant only to the local, or performance tier, capacity. The amount of space available in the cloud tier is not reflected in this value.

  • Logical Space Used

    The real size of the data that is being stored on the aggregate without applying the savings from using ONTAP storage efficiency technologies.

  • Space Savings

    The storage efficiency ratio based on the total logical space that is being used to store the data and the total physical space that would be required to store the data without using ONTAP storage efficiency technologies.

    This field is populated only for non-root aggregates.

  • Cloud Tier Space Used

    The amount of space being used in the cloud tier; if the aggregate is a FabricPool aggregate.

  • RAID Type

    The RAID configuration type:

    • RAID 0: All the RAID groups are of type RAID 0.

    • RAID 4: All the RAID groups are of type RAID 4.

    • RAID-DP: All the RAID groups are of type RAID-DP.

    • RAID-TEC: All the RAID groups are of type RAID-TEC.

    • Mixed RAID: The aggregate contains RAID groups of different RAID types (RAID 0, RAID 4, RAID-DP, and RAID-TEC).

  • Cluster

    The name of the cluster on which the aggregate resides. You can click the cluster name to navigate to that cluster’s health details page.

  • Cluster FQDN

    The fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the cluster.