The Aggregates page displays information about the aggregates that are monitored and enables you to view and modify the threshold settings.
The command buttons enable you to perform the following tasks for a selected aggregate:
The Aggregates list displays, in tabular format, the properties of all the discovered aggregates. You can use the column filters to customize the data that is displayed:
You can move the pointer over the status to view more information about the event or events generated for the aggregate.
If the status of the aggregate is determined by a single event, you can view information such as the event name, time and date when the event was triggered, the name of the administrator to whom the event is assigned, and the cause of the event. You can click the View Details button to view more information about the event.
If the status of the aggregate is determined by multiple events of the same severity, the top three events are displayed with information such as the event name, time and date when the events are triggered, and the name of the administrator to whom the event is assigned. You can view more details about each of these events by clicking the event name. You can also click the View All Events link to view the list of generated events.
You can move the pointer over an aggregate to view information such as the last generated event, node that contains the aggregate, RAID type, Snapshot reserve, Snapshot copies, and space allocated in the aggregate. You can also view the number of volume move operations that are currently in progress.
Read or write access is not allowed.
Read and write access to volumes hosted on this aggregate is allowed.
Limited operations, such as parity reconstruction, are allowed, but data access is not allowed.
The aggregate is being created.
The aggregate is being destroyed.
The aggregate cannot be brought online.
The aggregate is (temporarily) not serving requests.
The aggregate has been marked corrupted; contact technical support.
Diagnostic tools cannot be run on the aggregate.
The aggregate is being mounted.
At least one disk was found for the aggregate, but two or more disks are missing.
The aggregate is quiesced.
The aggregate is being quiesced.
The revert operation of the aggregate is completed.
The aggregate is offline.
The aggregate is being taken offline.
Specifies that the aggregate is discovered, but the aggregate information is not yet retrieved by the Unified Manager server.
For standard disks and SSD disks, this column is blank when the monitored storage system is running clustered Data ONTAP version earlier than 8.3.
The Filters pane enables you to set filters to customize the way information is displayed in the aggregates list. You can select filters related to the Status column.