2017-06-29 11:17 PM
If you are looking for syncmirror status for aggregates, you can take a look at
for cDOT you can use aggr-get-iter zapi
2017-06-30 06:32 AM
What are you referring to when you say "mirrored" nodes? Metrocluster?
2017-06-30 06:58 AM
I saw in the documentation that cluster conssists of many HA pairs. Each HA pair has two nodes.
In the standard HA pair, these two nodes both actively provide data service. When one node goes down, the other node will take over the disk from the failed node. the Taked over disk becomes so called partner disk. This two node behaves like active-active failed over pair.
Does mirrored HA pair behaves the similar way? the difference is one node has a copy of the othe node's data? I am confused over here. Or Mirrored HA pair works together to provide data mirror for the metro cluster?
2017-07-05 10:19 AM
I'm going to assume when you say "mirrored HA pair" you're referring to a metrocluster configuration. Metrocluster can have multiple fail-over scenarios...
Let's assume that we have a simple MCC setup: Site A has a 2 node HA pair and site B has a 2 node HA pair. I'll refer to these as "A1" and "A2" for site A, and "B1", "B2" for site B. I'll also assume that site A is the primary/production site, while site B is the DR site.
Definitely check out the documentation if you want more information.
If you want to programmatically get information about the node/cluster configuration (and status), use the metrocluster-get and system-get-node-info-iter APIs.
Hope that helps.