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/vol/logs is full (using or reserving 99% of space and 0% of inodes, using 94% of reserve).
I am getting this message in filerview on the main page.
but in windows this volume is hardly being used. any idea how to clear this up?
could you provide these outputs?
filer> df -g /vol/logs
This would help,
Filesystem total used avail capacity Mounted on
/vol/vol0/ 537GB 2GB 534GB 1% /vol/vol0/
/vol/vol0/.snapshot 134GB 0GB 134GB 0% /vol/vol0/.snapshot
/vol/testvol/ 160GB 160GB 0GB 100% /vol/testvol/
/vol/testvol/.snapshot 40GB 0GB 39GB 0% /vol/testvol/.snapshot
/vol/vol1/ 96GB 95GB 0GB 100% /vol/vol1/
/vol/vol1/.snapshot 23GB 0GB 23GB 0% /vol/vol1/.snapshot
any idea? I set fractional reserve to 0 and still shows as 100% used. what does 100% used mean?
You said /vol/logs is full but in the output you've posted it's /vol/testvol and /vol/vol1 that show as 100% utilised?
Fractional Reserve is for something completely different i.e. if you have LUNs in the volume which I'm assuming is not the case here?
What does 100% used mean?
It means used to 100%...
The two volumes have a snap reserve set, you can lower this with:
filer> snap reserve testvol 10
And then you should have a little free space in the volume. Your snapshot space is basicaly unused, so no problem doing this.
The other way would be to create a cifs share and connecting to it to see what is using this space in the volume:
filer> cifs shares -add testvol /vol/testvol
connect and see.
If there are LUNs in these volumes (even if they are empty) they will use the space you set them to be (e.g. 95GB or 160GB).
If you want the space only be marked as used when you write to the LUN, then change the volume to "thin-provisioned":
filer> vol options testvol guarantee none
If there are LUNs in these volumes, it is "recommended" to set the snap reserve to 0 (zero).
Hope this helps.
additonal : you have to set
filer> lun set reservation /vol/testvol/lun disable
then you see only the used space from your lun
If you have LUN's in that volume's ,what is the Size of that?
send the df -h from /vol/logs