raid.aggr events

Contributors

raid.aggr.autoGrow.abort

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the usable size of an aggregate does not expand after a corresponding increase in the size of the underlying storage.

Corrective Action

Check the sizes of all disks in the affected aggregate, and make sure that the backing volumes have increased to the same size. Run the "storage disk show -virtual-machine-disk-info" command to get the name of the backing volume for a disk, under the "VM Disk File" column in the command output.

Syslog Message

The capacity of aggregate %s couldn’t be expanded. The parameters to increase size are raidgroup_count: %d, min_new_size: %llu, max_new_size: %llu. Reason for failure: %s.

Parameters

aggr_name (STRING): Name of the aggregate that did not expand in size.
rg_count (INT): Number of RAID groups that have disks that have increased in size.
max_new_size (LONGINT): Maximum possible new usable size across the RAID group
min_new_size (LONGINT): Minimum possible new usable size across the RAID group
reason (STRING): Short string describing why the aggregate capacity was not changed.

raid.aggr.autoGrow.success

Severity

NOTICE

Description

This message occurs when the usable size of an aggregate is able to expand after a corresponding increase in the size of the underlying storage.

Corrective Action

(None).

Syslog Message

The capacity of aggregate %s has increased from %llu blocks to %llu blocks.

Parameters

aggr_name (STRING): Name of the aggregate that has increased in size.
old_size (LONGINT): Previous size, in blocks, of the aggregate that has increased in size.
new_size (LONGINT): New usable size, in blocks, of the aggregate.

raid.aggr.lock.conflict

Severity

INFORMATIONAL

Description

This message occurs when a configuration operation on an aggregate (for example, adding disks, relocating aggregate disks, etc.), fails to get exclusive lock access because of a conflict with an existing configuration operation that is already holding the exclusive lock on the aggregate.

Corrective Action

Retry the failed operation after the current operation is complete.

Syslog Message

Exclusive access on the aggregate %s by operation %s failed because of a conflict with current operation %s. Retry after a few minutes.

Parameters

aggregate (STRING): Name of the aggregate.
attempted_op_name (STRING): Name of the operation that tried to get exclusive access.
current_op_name (STRING): Name of the operation that is currently holding the exclusive access.