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storage failover mailbox-disk show

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Display information about storage failover mailbox disks

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the advanced privilege level.

Description

The storage failover mailbox-disk show command lists the mailbox disks that are used by storage failover. The command displays the following information:

  • Node name

  • Whether the mailbox disk is owned by the local node or by its partner

  • Disk name

  • Disk universal unique identifier (UUID)

This command is available only at the advanced privilege level and higher.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>,…​]

If -fields <fieldname>,…​ is used, the command displays only the specified fields.

| [-instance ] }

If this parameter is used, the command displays detailed information about all entries.

[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node

Selects the mailbox disks that are associated with the specified node.

[-location {local|partner|tertiary}] - Mailbox Owner

Selects the mailbox disks that have the specified relationship to the node.

[-diskindex <integer>] - Mailbox Disk Index

Selects the mailbox disk that has the specified index number.

[-diskname <text>] - Mailbox Disk Name

Selects the mailbox disks that match the specified disk name.

[-diskuuid <text>] - Mailbox Disk UUID

Selects the mailbox disks that match the specified UUID.

[-physical-location {local|partner|mediator}] - Mailbox Disk Physical Location

Selects the mailbox disks that match the specified physical location.

[-location-id <nvramid>] - System ID of the Node where the Disk is Attached

Selects the mailbox disks that match the specified location-id.

[-location-name <text>] - Mailbox Disk Location

Selects the mailbox disks that match the specified location-name.

Examples

The following example displays information about the mailbox disks on a node named node1:

cluster1::*> storage failover mailbox-disk show -node node1
Node    Location  Index Disk Name     Physical Location   Disk UUID
------- --------- ----- ------------- ------------------ --------------------
node1
        local         0 1.0.4         local     20000000:8777E9D6:[...]
        local         1 1.0.6         partner     20000000:8777E9DE:[...]
        partner       0 1.0.1         local     20000000:877BA634:[...]
  partner       1 1.0.2         partner     20000000:8777C1F2:[...]