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Displaying aggregate information

You can display information about the configuration and the state of an aggregate.

About this task

You use the aggr status command to display information about aggregate configurations. The aggr status command works for aggregates that were created explicitly, as well as for the aggregates created automatically when traditional volumes were created. Because traditional volumes are tightly coupled with their containing aggregates, the aggr status command returns information for both aggregates and traditional volumes. In both cases, it is the aggregate information that is returned.

Step

  1. Enter the following command:
    aggr status [-d] [-r] [-v]

    • With no options, the aggr status command displays a concise synopsis of aggregate states:
      • Aggregate name
      • Whether it is an aggregate (32-bit or a 64-bit) or traditional volume
      • Whether it is online, offline, or restricted
      • RAID type
      • Other states, such as partial or degraded
      • Options that are enabled, either by default or through the aggr options or vol options command
      Note: If you specify an aggregate, such as aggr status aggr0, the information for that aggregate is displayed. If you do not specify an aggregate, the status of all aggregates and traditional volumes in the storage system is displayed.
    • The -d option displays information about disks.

      The disk information is the same as the information from the sysconfig -d command.

    • The -r option displays RAID, plex, and checksum information for an aggregate.

      The display is the same as the sysconfig -r display.

    • The -v option displays information about each RAID group within an aggregate or traditional volume, and the settings of the aggregate options.
    Note: You can also get aggregate information, either interactively or with a script, using the stats command.

    For more information about aggregates, see the Data ONTAP Storage Management Guide for 7-Mode. For more information about the aggr command, see the na_aggr(1) man page.