So I've got this volume called "volddevprod" and it's taking double of what the actual size of the data is and I hoped you guys would be able to help me out on the case. I get that different file systems show different sizes but the actual data that is used on this volume is around 800GB and I see almost 1.5TB used. So there needs to be some kind of misconfiguration.
Below you can see some output from the general sizing / deduplication commands. I've only came across the vol status -S command and found it strange that there's deduplicated data but it's not showing up on my df -s. We do not run any snapshots on this volume but have a snapmirror on it every 30 minutes. Has anyone got an idea what this is about?
Space allocated to volumes in the aggregate volddevprod 1797GB 1451GB volume
Filesystem total used avail capacity Mounted on /vol/volddevprod/ 1787GB 1430GB 357GB 80% /vol/volddevprod/ snap reserve 0GB 0GB 0GB 0% /vol/volddevprod/..
vol status -S
Volume : volddevprod
Feature Used Used% -------------------------------- ---------------- ----- User Data 782GB 44% Filesystem Metadata 1.50GB 0% Inodes 72.5MB 0% Deduplication 645GB 36% Snapshot Spill 1.29MB 0% Quota Metafiles 24.0KB 0%
Total 1.39TB 80%
df -s -g
Filesystem used saved %saved /vol/volddevprod/ 1430GB 0GB 0%
Path State Status Progress /vol/volddevprod Enabled Idle Idle for 13:33:32
We run Data Ontap 8.2.2P2 7-mode since late January 2015 but had the same issue on Data Ontap 8.1.2P3 7-mode already.
We were just helped via NetApp case. If anyone ever runs into the issue re-run sis with "sis start -s /vol/volname".
We had stale fingerprints and due to a bug in ontap 8.1.2 http://mysupport.netapp.com/NOW/cgi-bin/bol?Type=Detail&Display=657692 the space has never been freed. With running the above -s command sis dedup's the whole volume and all existing files again. After that the space was freed. Make sure to run that outside peak times as that operation will consume lot of system ressources.