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Get-NaAggrSpace show me negative number...


Get-NaAggrSpace show me negative number. How it's possible...?

PS H:\> Get-NaAggrSpace

AggregateName      : aggr0

SizeFree            : 1227808768

SizeMetadata        : 346136576

SizeNominal        : -714604544

SizeSnapUsed        : 0

SizeUsed            : -403443712

SizeVolumeAllocated : 1761546240

SizeVolumeUsed      : 2015408128

VolumeCount        : 7

Volumes            : {LSDP, MSCS, vol0, MSCS1...}

AggregateName      : aggr1

SizeFree            : -362373120

SizeMetadata        : 194101248

SizeNominal        : 1599131648

SizeSnapUsed        : 1848016896

SizeUsed            : -1769172992

SizeVolumeAllocated : 1580576768

SizeVolumeUsed      : -2046525440

VolumeCount        : 1

Volumes            : {EX_LOG}



Hello, Vitaly.  What version of Data ONTAP are you using?  This appears to have been an API bug in Data ONTAP that was fixed in 7.2.6, 7.3.1, and 8.0.


I'm experiencing this bug on 2 of our Filers - both running 7.3P7.

We cannot upgrade these 2 filers - Is there another way of getting the same information given by Get-NaAggrSpace using powershell?




Hi, Neil.  It isn't ideal, but you can do this:

PS C:\Users\cknight> Invoke-NaSsh aggr show_space aggr0

Aggregate 'aggr0'

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

    139243008KB      13924300KB       1253184KB     124065524KB             0KB        146888KB

Space allocated to volumes in the aggregate

Volume                          Allocated            Used       Guarantee

vol0                          112567132KB      22106972KB          volume

vften                             24264KB          4876KB            none

Aggregate                       Allocated            Used           Avail

Total space                   112591396KB      22111848KB      11318404KB

Snap reserve                    1253184KB        685276KB        567908KB

WAFL reserve                   13924300KB       1424664KB      12499636KB


Which version of the Data OnTAP toolkit are you using?  To determine, use the Get-NaToolkitVersion cmdlet.  The output will look like this...

Major  Minor  Build  Revision
-----  -----  -----  --------
1      2      0      67    

I am unable to reproduce the problem you describe.


My version is the same...

PS H:\> Get-NaToolkitVersion

Major  Minor  Build  Revision

-----  -----  -----  --------

1      2      0      67  

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