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- Install and maintain hardware
Manage storage with Element software
Manage your system
- Configure cluster settings
- Manage volumes and virtual volumes
Protect your data
- Use volume snapshots for data protection
- Perform remote replication between clusters running NetApp Element software
- Use SnapMirror replication between Element and ONTAP clusters
- Manage your system
- Manage and monitor storage with NetApp Hybrid Cloud Control
- Manage storage with Element API
- Work with the management node
The Drives page on the Cluster tab provides a list of the active drives in the cluster. You can filter the page by selecting from the Active, Available, Removing, Erasing, and Failed tabs.
When you first initialize a cluster, the active drives list is empty. You can add drives that are unassigned to a cluster and listed in the Available tab after a new SolidFire cluster is created.
The following elements appear in the list of active drives.
The sequential number assigned to the drive.
The node number assigned when the node is added to the cluster.
The name of the node that houses the drive.
The slot number where the drive is physically located.
The size of the drive, in GB.
The serial number of the drive.
The wear level indicator.
The storage system reports the approximate amount of wear available on each solid-state drive (SSD) for writing and erasing data. A drive that has consumed 5 percent of its designed write and erase cycles reports 95 percent wear remaining. The system does not refresh drive wear information automatically; you can refresh or close and reload the page to refresh the information.
The type of drive. The type can be either block or metadata.