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Displaying Storage Encryption disk information

You can display information about self-encrypting disks by using the disk encrypt show command. This command displays the key ID and lock status for each self-encrypting disk.

About this task

The key ID displayed in the command output is an identifier used by Storage Encryption and key management servers as a reference to the authentication key. It is not the actual authentication key or the data encryption key.

Steps

  1. Access the nodeshell: system node run -node node_name
  2. To display information about SEDs: disk encrypt show
    The disk encrypt show, lock, and rekey commands support extended wildcard matching. For more information, see the disk encrypt show man page.
  3. Exit the nodeshell and return to the clustershell: exit

Example

The following command displays the status of each self-encrypting disk:

storage-system> disk encrypt show
Disk       Key ID                                                            Locked?
0c.00.1    080CF0C8000000000100000000000000A948EE8604F4598ADFFB185B5BB7FED3  Yes
0c.00.0    080CF0C8000000000100000000000000A948EE8604F4598ADFFB185B5BB7FED3  Yes
0c.00.3    080CF0C8000000000100000000000000A948EE8604F4598ADFFB185B5BB7FED3  Yes
0c.00.4    080CF0C8000000000100000000000000A948EE8604F4598ADFFB185B5BB7FED3  Yes
0c.00.2    080CF0C8000000000100000000000000A948EE8604F4598ADFFB185B5BB7FED3  Yes
0c.00.5    080CF0C8000000000100000000000000A948EE8604F4598ADFFB185B5BB7FED3  Yes