I often use the Failed Disk Registry when replacing disks on a NetApp system, and I simple unpack the .7z file which is emailed via the autosupport feature.
If you unpack the attached file, you will find a file called "FAILED-DISK-REGISTRY.txt" which contains all the failed disks in the controllers lifetime.
I think that in the earlier 6.x versions this information was avaliable from the commandline, either via a command, or by reading a file with rdfile in /vol0/etc/...
But I have been looking for both a command and a file in /etc/ and cannot find it... does anyone know if it is possible to get this information on 7-mode/cDot systems ?
FDR information is available using diag level commands. As usual, you are advised to contact support if you want to use them.
Provide command to check FDR in diag mode.
found the command - you have to do it in set diag priveledge mode - system node run -node * -command raid_config info showfdr
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