2014-03-21 06:13 AM
I think there is no setting like options raid.disk.timeout.enable (AFAIK)
The options associated with raid.disk are
The nearest one will be the below one.
The raid.timeout option controls how long a storage system runs after a RAID group goes into degraded mode or the NVRAM battery malfunctions or loses power. You can change the value of this option.
Refer this doc for the additional info
2014-03-21 06:38 AM
The option is there up until 8.1.1. It's undocumented though. Starting from 8.1.2 the option is no longer there, or is otherwise invisible.
NetApp Release 8.1.1 7-Mode: Mon Jul 30 12:49:46 PDT 2012
san-1els01> options raid.disk.timeout.enable
raid.disk.timeout.enable ata@jake,fc,ata@ario,sata,sas,bsas,ssd,fsas (value might be overwritten in takeover)
My best guess is that it's a list of drive types where the raid.timeout is enabled for. But that's just a WAG.
2014-03-21 06:43 AM
The setting does exist. It is a hidden setting, forgot to mention that. I got an ASUP risk assessment on it and I modified the setting.
The page above gives a very limited description of the setting and I was looking for more detail on the option.