Resource Pools page

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The Resource Pools page displays existing resource pools and their members, and enables you to create, monitor, and manage resource pools for provisioning purposes.

Command buttons

The command buttons enable you to perform the following tasks:

  • Create

    Launches the Create Resource Pool dialog box, which you can use to create resource pools.

  • Edit

    Enables you to edit the name and description of the resource pools that you create.

  • Delete

    Enables you to delete one or more resource pools.

Resource Pools list

The Resource Pools list displays (in tabular format) the properties of existing resource pools.

  • Resource Pool

    Displays the name of the resource pool.

  • Description

    Describes the resource pool.

  • SnapLock Type

    Displays the SnapLock type that is being used by the aggregates in the resource pool. Valid values for SnapLock type are Compliance, Enterprise, and Non-SnapLock. A resource pool can contain aggregates of only one SnapLock type.

  • Total Capacity

    Displays the total capacity (in MB, GB, and so on) of the resource pool.

  • Used Capacity

    Displays the amount of space (in MB, GB, and so on) that is used in the resource pool.

  • Available Capacity

    Displays the amount of space (in MB, GB, and so on) that is available in the resource pool.

  • Used %

    Displays the percentage of space that is used in the resource pool.

Members list command buttons

The Members list command buttons enable you to perform the following tasks:

  • Add

    Enables you to add members to the resource pool.

  • Delete

    Enables you to delete one or more members from the resource pool.

Members list

The Members list displays (in tabular format) the resource pool members and their properties when a resource pool is selected.

  • Status

    Displays the current status of the member aggregate. The status can be Critical (sev critical um60), Error (sev error um60), Warning (sev warning um60), or Normal (sev normal um60).

  • Aggregate Name

    Displays the name of the member aggregate.

  • State

    Displays the current state of the aggregate, which can be one of the following:

    • Offline

      Read or write access is not allowed.

    • Online

      Read and write access to the volumes that are 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; you should contact technical support.

    • Iron Restricted

      Diagnostic tools cannot be run on the aggregate.

    • Mounting

      The aggregate is in the process of mounting.

    • Partial

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

    • Quiescing

      The aggregate is being quiesced.

    • Quiesced

      The aggregate is quiesced.

    • Reverted

      The revert of an aggregate is completed.

    • Unmounted

      The aggregate has been unmounted.

    • Unmounting

      The aggregate is being taken offline.

    • Unknown

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

    By default, this column is hidden.

  • Cluster

    Displays the name of the cluster to which the aggregate belongs.

  • Node

    Displays the name of the node on which the aggregate resides.

  • Total Capacity

    Displays the total capacity (in MB, GB, and so on) of the aggregate.

  • Used Capacity

    Displays the amount of space (in MB, GB, and so on) that is used in the aggregate.

  • Available Capacity

    Displays the amount of space (in MB, GB, and so on) that is available in the aggregate.

  • Used %

    Displays the percentage of space that is used in the aggregate.

  • Disk Type

    Displays the RAID configuration type, which can be one of the following:

    • RAID0: All the RAID groups are of type RAID0.

    • RAID4: All the RAID groups are of type RAID4.

    • 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 (RAID0, RAID4, RAID-DP, and RAID-TEC). By default, this column is hidden.