Here are some of the useful functions of “storage” command in Netapp.

1) To show all disks on the system : Use “storage show disk -T” to display all the disks attached to the filer, the disk serial number, vendor, model, disk firmware version and type of disk (SATA/ATA/FCAL)

# rsh filer12 storage show disk -T
DISK                  SHELF BAY SERIAL           VENDOR   MODEL      REV TYPE
——————— ——— —————- ——– ———- —- ——
0d.16                   1    0  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NETAPP   X276 NA07 FCAL
0d.17                   1    1  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NETAPP   X276 NA07 FCAL
0d.18                   1    2  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NETAPP   X276 NA07 FCAL
0d.19                   1    3  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NETAPP   X276 NA07 FCAL
0d.20                   1    4  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NETAPP   X276 NA07 FCAL
0d.21                   1    5  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NETAPP   X276 NA07 FCAL
0d.22                   1    6  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NETAPP   X276 NA07 FCAL

2) To see complete information of a particular disk : Use “storage show disk -a <disk-id>” to view complete information of a netapp disk. This command gives you the shelf, bay, serial number of disk, disk speed and many other.

# rsh filer12 storage show disk -a 0d.99
Disk:             0d.99
Shelf:            5
Bay:              13
Serial:           xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Vendor:           NETAPP
Model:            X276
Rev:              NA07
RPM:              10000
WWN:              xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxa
UID:              xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000
Downrev:          no
Pri Port:         B
Power-on Hours:   N/A
Blocks read:      0
Blocks written:   0
Time interval:    00:00:00
Glist count:      0
Scrub last done:  00:00:00
Scrub count:      0
LIP count:        0
Dynamically qualified:  No
#

3) To list all storage adapters on the filer : Use “storage show adapter -a” command to display all the storage adapters (hba) on the filer.

# rsh filer12 storage show adapter -a

Slot:            0a
Description:     Fibre Channel Host Adapter 0a (Dual-channel, QLogic 2322 rev. 3)
Firmware Rev:    3.3.25
FC Node Name:    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
FC Packet Size:  2048
Link Data Rate:  2 Gbit
SRAM Parity:     Yes
External GBIC:   No
State:           Enabled
In Use:          No
Redundant:       Yes

Slot:            0b
Description:     Fibre Channel Host Adapter 0b (Dual-channel, QLogic 2322 rev. 3)
Firmware Rev:    3.3.25
FC Node Name:    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
..

4) To get shelf details of filer : Use “storage show shelf <shelf-id>” command to display the details of the shelf and its partner shelf.

# rsh filer12 storage show shelf 0c.shelf2
Shelf name:    0c.shelf2
Channel:       0c
Module:        A
Shelf id:      2
Shelf UID:     xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Term switch:   N/A
Shelf state:   ONLINE
Module state:  OK

                               Loop  Invalid  Invalid  Clock  Insert  Stall  Util    LIP
Disk    Disk     Port            up      CRC     Word  Delta   Count  Count  Percent Count
  Id     Bay    State         Count    Count    Count
—————————————————————————————-
[IN  ]          OK                0        0        0      8       0      0    71     0
[OUT ]          OK                0        0        0      0       0      0    52     0
[  32]     0    OK                0        0        0     32       0      0     0     0
[  33]     1    OK                0        0        0     32       0      0     2     0
[  34]     2    OK                0        0        0     24       0      0     0     0
[  35]     3    OK                0        0        0     24       0      0     1     0
[  36]     4    OK                0        0        0      8       0      0     2     0
[  37]     5    OK                0        0        0     24       0      0     4     0

More Netapp commands at : http://unixfoo.blogspot.com/search/label/netapp

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