You can view space usage by all FlexVol volumes in one or more aggregates with the aggr status -S command. This helps you see which volumes are consuming the most space in their containing aggregates so that you can take actions to free more space.
The used space in an aggregate is directly affected by the space used in the FlexVol volumes it contains. Measures that you take to increase space in a volume also affect space in the aggregate.
When the aggregate is offline no values are displayed. Only non-zero values are displayed in the command output. However, you can use the -v parameter to display all possible feature rows regardless of whether they are enabled and using any space. A value of - indicates that there is no data available to display.
The total of all volume footprints within the aggregate. It includes all of the space that is used or reserved by all data and metadata of all volumes in the containing aggregate. It is also the amount of space that is freed if all volumes in the containing aggregate are destroyed.
The total file system metadata required by the aggregate, such as allocation bitmaps and inode files.
The amount of space reserved for aggregate Snapshot copies, based on volume size. It is considered used space and is not available to volume or aggregate data or metadata. The aggregate's Snapshot reserve is set to 0 percent by default.
The sum of all space used or reserved in the aggregate by volumes, metadata, or Snapshot copies.
There is never a row for Snapshot spill.
sys1> aggr status -S Aggregate : aggr0 Feature Used Used% -------------------------------- ---------- ------ Volume Footprints 6.05GB 95% Aggregate Metadata 688KB 0% Total Used 6.05GB 95%