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AFF replacing a failed shared disk

gavan
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Hi,

a shared disk has failed and I received a new one from NetApp.

Which is the correct assign procedure after replacing the disk?

 

When I try to assign the disk with "storage disk assign -disk disk_name -owner node_name -data1 true"

I receive the error "Failed to assign disks. Reason: Partition not found on disk disk_name"

 

Thanks in advanced

ag
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Fabian1993
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Hi @gavan,

 

yes it is normal. If one of the Shared Disk will fail, the System will automatically partition the Spare Disk.

There is nothing do to for you..

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Ontapforrum
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Could you check the output of this command ?

storage aggregate show-spare-disks -node <node_name>

gavan
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Hi,

at first
NetApp_CL::*> storage aggregate show-spare-disks -node NetApp_CL-02
There are no entries matching your query.
after assign the disk to NetApp_CL-02

NetApp_CL::*> storage aggregate show-spare-disks -node NetApp_CL-02

Original Owner: NetApp_CL-02
Pool0
Spare Pool

Usable Physical
Disk Type Class RPM Checksum Size Size Status
---------------- ------ ----------- ------ -------------- -------- -------- --------
1.0.7 SSD solid-state - block 894.0GB 894.3GB zeroed

ag

Ontapforrum
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Could you try the first command again and let us know the output, along with storage aggr show, just to get an idea how aggr show up.

Fabian1993
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The System will automatically partition the Disk, if a Disk get failed in one of your Aggregates, so that is fine...

gavan
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Hi Fabian,

the system had originally 24 shared disks and the auto-assign setting was on.

After replacing the disk, auto-assign didn't work, and when I assign the new disk manually it turns "spare"

and I cannot modify the container type to "shared".

Is it normal?

ag

Fabian1993
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Hi @gavan,

 

yes it is normal. If one of the Shared Disk will fail, the System will automatically partition the Spare Disk.

There is nothing do to for you..

Zoran_CS
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We had replaced disk 1.1.11, set autoassign on, but replaced disk does not have Root and Data partitions. Why? How to correct it?

 

Thanx!

 

NDC-BKPStore::> disk show -partition-ownership -disk 1.1.10,1.1.11,1.1.12; date
Disk Partition Home Owner Home ID Owner ID
-------- --------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------- -----------

Info: This cluster has partitioned disks. To get a complete list of spare disk capacity use "storage aggregate show-spare-disks".
1.1.10 Container NDC-BKPStore-02 NDC-BKPStore-02 537125355 537125355
Root NDC-BKPStore-02 NDC-BKPStore-02 537125355 537125355
Data NDC-BKPStore-01 NDC-BKPStore-01 537125332 537125332
1.1.11 Container NDC-BKPStore-01 NDC-BKPStore-01 537125332 537125332
1.1.12 Container NDC-BKPStore-02 NDC-BKPStore-02 537125355 537125355
Root NDC-BKPStore-02 NDC-BKPStore-02 537125355 537125355
Data NDC-BKPStore-01 NDC-BKPStore-01 537125332 537125332
3 entries were displayed.

gavan
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Hi, which commands do you want me to run?

ag
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