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How to identify ADP is configured in Cluster ONTAP 8.3

siddarajugc

Hi All,

How to check whether ADP in configured or not in existing setup with Clustered ONTAP 8.3.

 

OR

 

Any commands are available to check for ADP is enabled or not.

Please reply on urgent basis.

Thanks in advance.

 

 

regards'

Siddaraju

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asulliva

I don't have any controllers with ADP available at the moment, but the output would look like this, just with "true" for some aggregates:

 

VICE::> storage aggregate show -fields uses-shared-disks
aggregate        uses-shared-disks
---------------- -----------------
VICE01_aggr1     false
VICE01_root      false
VICE02_aggr1     false
VICE02_root      false
VICE03_aggr1     false
VICE03_root      false
VICE04_aggr1     false
VICE04_root      false
VICE05_aggr1     false
VICE05_root      false
VICE06_aggr1     false
VICE06_root      false
VICE07_root      false
VICE08_root      false
14 entries were displayed.

 This would show aggregates which have been created with ADP disks.  When you do a "storage disk show", the disks which are partitioned by ADP will have a "P1" or "P2" appended to the end.  You can also use this command to view the partitioned disks:

 

storage disk show -container-type shared

 

Andrew

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asulliva

From clustershell:

 

storage aggregate show -fields uses-shared-disks

Using the PowerShell Toolkit:

 

Get-NcAggr | ?{ $_.AggrRaidAttributes.UsesSharedDisks -eq $true }

Hope that helps.

 

Andrew

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siddarajugc

Hi Asulliva,

 

Thanks for your reply,

 

Will you please share me the output of (Storage aggregate show -fields uses-shared-disk ) command:

 

And please let me know how ADP disks are differ from normal disk.

normal disks for ex: (0a:10:07) same or different.

 

 

 

Regards

Siddaraju

asulliva

I don't have any controllers with ADP available at the moment, but the output would look like this, just with "true" for some aggregates:

 

VICE::> storage aggregate show -fields uses-shared-disks
aggregate        uses-shared-disks
---------------- -----------------
VICE01_aggr1     false
VICE01_root      false
VICE02_aggr1     false
VICE02_root      false
VICE03_aggr1     false
VICE03_root      false
VICE04_aggr1     false
VICE04_root      false
VICE05_aggr1     false
VICE05_root      false
VICE06_aggr1     false
VICE06_root      false
VICE07_root      false
VICE08_root      false
14 entries were displayed.

 This would show aggregates which have been created with ADP disks.  When you do a "storage disk show", the disks which are partitioned by ADP will have a "P1" or "P2" appended to the end.  You can also use this command to view the partitioned disks:

 

storage disk show -container-type shared

 

Andrew

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siddarajugc

Hi Asulliva,

 

Thanks a lot for your answer.

 

 

 

 

Regards,

Siddaraju

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