2014-12-02 05:57 PM
For clarification purposes , I want to know why commands sysconfig -a and sysconfig -d shows different result from sysconfig -r .
For -r it shows no failed disk but for -a and -d shows there is but upon checking the led there is no amber.
Im confused , where should I depend.
2014-12-02 09:38 PM
sysconfig -a Displays very detailed information about
each I/O device. This is more verbose than
the output produced by the -v option. Disk
sizes are scaled in GB. A GB is equal to
1000 MB (1024 * 1024 * 1000) or
sysconfig -r Displays RAID configuration information.
The command output prints information about
all aggregates, volumes, file system disks,
spare disks, maintenance disks, and failed
disks. See the vol and aggr commands for
more information about RAID configuration.
sysconfig -d Displays vital product information for each