I'm trying to add more disks to my aggregate, but I'm not getting it because it seems that the storage is not recognizing the disks.
Here is my outputs:
robin> sysconfig -r
Aggregate aggr0 (online, raid_dp) (block checksums)
Plex /aggr0/plex0 (online, normal, active)
RAID group /aggr0/plex0/rg0 (normal)
RAID Disk Device HA SHELF BAY CHAN Pool Type RPM Used (MB/blks) Phys (MB/blks)
--------- ------ ------------- ---- ---- ---- ----- -------------- --------------
dparity 0c.00.7 0c 0 7 SA:A - SATA 7200 423111/866531584 423946/868242816
parity 0c.00.3 0c 0 3 SA:A - SATA 7200 423111/866531584 423946/868242816
data 0c.00.11 0c 0 11 SA:A - SATA 7200 423111/866531584 423946/868242816
Spare disks (empty)
robin> disk show -n
disk show: No disks match option -n.
Even any spares was not displayed, I have three more disks in positions 0c.00.2, 0c.00.6 and 0c.00.10.
My question is. What problem could let the disks not to be displayed? Maybe, firmware version?
Thanks in advance for any help.
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I got it by running:
robin> disk assign 0c.00.2 -s unowned -f
robin> disk assign 0c.00.6 -s unowned -f
robin> disk assign 0c.00.10 -s unowned -f
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>sysconfig -a>disk show -v
What kind outputs you get from those commands?
The disks were displayed with 'disk show -v'
robin> disk show -v
DISK OWNER POOL SERIAL NUMBER HOME
------------ ------------- ----- ------------- -------------
0c.00.10 batman (142219817) Pool0 9QMC6BX4 batman (142219817)
0c.00.11 robin (142219724) Pool0 9QMBC3V0 robin (142219724)
0c.00.3 robin (142219724) Pool0 9QMBC3T0 robin (142219724)
0c.00.6 batman (142219817) Pool0 9QMAJMVR batman (142219817)
0c.00.2 batman (142219817) Pool0 9QMBD8E3 batman (142219817)
0c.00.7 robin (142219724) Pool0 9QMBDCNE robin (142219724)
How can I unassign these disk from controller 'batman' ? Thanks!
I've tried 'disk remove_ownership' in advanced mode, but the system reply with these messages:
robin> priv set advanced
Warning: These advanced commands are potentially dangerous; use
them only when directed to do so by NetApp
robin*> disk remove_ownership 0c.00.2
disk remove_ownership: Disk 0c.00.2 is not owned by this node.
I'm running with just one controller. 'batman' is not present in the base enclosure of FAS2040. How can I remove ownership in this scenario? Thanks!
yeah, you can't remove ownership, because it's owned by other node.But in priv set advanced, you can assign that disk if you use -f flag.>disk assign -f <disk>or>disk assign <disk> -fCan't remeber which
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