2018-03-15 12:50 PM
Is there a report available that will show all volumes that have NVE enabled in 9.1? I have looked in OCUM and System Manager but I did not see anything. The only thing I have found so far is doing a screenshot of the 'Volumes' screen under each SVM. I am trying to provide proof for an audit report that we have encrypted specific volumes using NVE. I have attempted to use the 'volume show' command from the CLI but I have not hit on the right combination of parameters to display what I need. It shows the volume name and several other attributes but there is not a column for 'Encryption' with a 'true' result listed. If anyone has any ideas for getting a report, please share.
2018-03-16 01:35 AM
Try using the command volume show -is-encrypted true
volume show -encryption will list the encryption state for all volumes. None indicates not encrypted.
2018-03-16 06:59 AM
Thanks for the reply. I have tried both of these commands and they both give me information about the encrypted volumes. The volume show -is-encrypted true command would be great if it had a column that said 'Encryption' and showed a result. The volume show -encryption command has that column and would be great if I could limit the output to just the volumes that have encryption enabled.
I know this sounds picky but our auditors can be sticklers at times. They want system generated reports that show the information clearly. The closest thing I have found was in System Manager. There is a column that shows if the volume is encrypted. I just haven't figured out a way to export the data in that screen. It may come down to a screen shot and hope they accept it.
Thanks again! I appreciate you taking the time to offer a solution.