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Microsoft Virtualization Discussions

Get-NaVol MirrorStatus vs Raidstatus to know snapmirrored state of a flexvol ?

vloiseau

I wanted to know what means MirrorStatus as it is not the good field to look for a snapmirrored state

See the example on a snapmirror destination :

MirrorStatus                 : unmirrored

Name                         : VSPHERE_DS1_secvol_1

OwningVfiler                 : vfiler0

PercentageUsed               : 94

PlexCount                    : 1

Plexes                       : {/aggr2/plex0}

QuotaInit                    : 0

RaidSize                     : 16

RaidStatus                   : raid_dp,snapmirrored,read-only,sis

Thanks.

Valéry.

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timothyn

Hi Valéry,

That field along with some of the others you listed (Plexes, RaidSize) show info for the containing aggregate to be compatible with the older TradVols (basically a flexvol and aggregate at the same time).  MirrorStatus shows if the aggregate/tradvol is mirrored with SyncMirror.   Note that SyncMirror is not the same as Sync SnapMirror, rather SyncMirror is the basis for MetroCluster.

I'd recommend looking at the Get-NaSnapmirror* cmdlets for more information about SnapMirror.

Cheers,

Eric

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timothyn

Hi Valéry,

That field along with some of the others you listed (Plexes, RaidSize) show info for the containing aggregate to be compatible with the older TradVols (basically a flexvol and aggregate at the same time).  MirrorStatus shows if the aggregate/tradvol is mirrored with SyncMirror.   Note that SyncMirror is not the same as Sync SnapMirror, rather SyncMirror is the basis for MetroCluster.

I'd recommend looking at the Get-NaSnapmirror* cmdlets for more information about SnapMirror.

Cheers,

Eric

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JGPSHNTAP

I echo what Eric suggests, but if you want to look for read-only volumes you can do this.

Get-NaVol | where {$_.state -eq "online" -and $_.raidstatus -match "read-only"}

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