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aggregate full

I am getting this error or warning in ops mgr.

vent                       Aggregate Full

Source         :aggr0

Severity                       Error

About                       Space utilization of the aggregate

Condition                       Using 675 GB (90.67%) out of 745 GB

Triggered                       08 Sep 23:45

Notified                       

Acknowledged                       No

Deleted                       No

any idea why? newly setup system with only aggr 0

aggregate full

HI,

Can you paste the output of "aggr show_space aggr0" ?

Thanks,

  Arun

Re: aggregate full

aggr show_space aggr0 -h

Aggregate 'aggr0'

Total space WAFL reserve Snap reserve Usable space BSR NVLOG A-SIS Smtape

827GB 82GB 0KB 744GB 0KB 0KB 0KB

Space allocated to volumes in the aggregate

Volume Allocated Used Guarantee

vol0 675GB 2002MB volume

Aggregate Allocated Used Avail

Total space 675GB 2002MB 69GB

Snap reserve 0KB 0KB 0KB

WAFL reserve 82GB 1637MB 81GB

aggregate full

HI,

  It shows that you have allocated 675GB to vol0.

Volume                          Allocated            Used       Guarantee

vol0                                675GB          2002MB          volume

Total space available ithe aggr now is  69GB

Aggregate                       Allocated            Used           Avail

Total space                         675GB          2002MB            69GB

According to what ops mgr said:

>> Using 675 GB (90.67%) out of 745 GB

745-675 = 70 ~ 69 which is the Available space as shown in the filer.

For Analogy - See in my filer:

Volume                          Allocated            Used       Guarantee

vol0                                 64GB          5688MB          volume

root volume has been allocated 64GB

Aggregate                       Allocated            Used           Avail

Total space                        2823GB           758GB           920GB

Available space is like 920GB after allocating space to several volumes in aggr0

Hope this is useful.

Thanks,

  Arun

Re: aggregate full

is this the default space that would be allocated to aggr0?

aggregate full

Not sure about that, but AFAIK you can always add disks to extend aggr0.

aggregate full

If you want to reduce the amount used in aggr0 - you can reduce the size of vol0.

Or reduce the size of the aggregate snap reserve.

aggregate full

vol0 has some default sizes it comes with.

No problem to use this command:

filer> vol size vol0 100g

to make it smaller and use the rest of aggr0 for something else.

Peter

Re: aggregate full

you mean shrink aggr0?

here is what i have now

aggr show_space -h

Aggregate 'aggr0'

    Total space    WAFL reserve    Snap reserve    Usable space       BSR NVLOG           A-SIS          Smtape

          827GB            82GB            37GB           707GB             0KB             0KB             0KB

Space allocated to volumes in the aggregate

Volume                          Allocated            Used       Guarantee

vol0                                675GB          3120MB          volume

Aggregate                       Allocated            Used           Avail

Total space                         675GB          3120MB            32GB

Snap reserve                         37GB           794MB            36GB

WAFL reserve                         82GB          2363MB            80GB

df -A -g -r

Aggregate                total       used      avail   reserved 

aggr0                    707GB      675GB       32GB        0GB 

aggr0/.snapshot           37GB        0GB       36GB        0GB

df -V -g -r vol0

Filesystem               total       used      avail   reserved  Mounted on

/vol/vol0/               537GB        3GB      533GB        0GB  /vol/vol0/

/vol/vol0/.snapshot      134GB        0GB      134GB        0GB  /vol/vol0/.snapshot

aggr options aggr0

root, diskroot, nosnap=off, raidtype=raid_dp, raidsize=14,

ignore_inconsistent=off, snapmirrored=off, resyncsnaptime=60,

fs_size_fixed=off, snapshot_autodelete=on, lost_write_protect=on,

ha_policy=cfo

vol options vol0

root, diskroot, nosnap=off, nosnapdir=off, minra=off,

no_atime_update=off, nvfail=off, ignore_inconsistent=off,

snapmirrored=off, create_ucode=on, convert_ucode=off, maxdirsize=45875,

schedsnapname=ordinal, fs_size_fixed=off, compression=off,

guarantee=volume, svo_enable=off, svo_checksum=off, svo_allow_rman=off,

svo_reject_errors=off, no_i2p=off, fractional_reserve=100, extent=off,

try_first=volume_grow, read_realloc=off, snapshot_clone_dependency=off,

nbu_archival_snap=off

snap reserve -A aggr0

Aggregate aggr0: current snapshot reserve is 5% or 39054424 k-bytes.

snap reserve -V vol0

Volume vol0: current snapshot reserve is 20% or 140848264 k-bytes.

Re: aggregate full

sorry i mean vol0? its ok to shrink that? do I need to run space reclaming?