Array Capacity Utilization Reports > NetApp Cluster-Mode Disk Summary
Version 10.0.00
NetApp Cluster-Mode Disk Summary
Lists NetApp disk attributes in a tabular report, with drilldowns to more detailed information for related NetApp objects. Supported for ONTAP Cluster Mode arrays only.
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Capacity Manager > Array Capacity & Utilization > NetApp Cluster-Mode Disk Summary
Name of the disk.
Name of the storage array. Drill down to Array Capacity and Utilization (NetApp Cluster).
The textual name of a node. Drill down to NetApp Cluster-Mode Node Summary.
Name of the NetApp aggregate. Drill down to NetApp Volumes at Risk.
Disk Type
Disk interface type. Possible values: ATA, BSAS, EATA, FCAL, LUN, MSATA, SAS, SATA, SCSI, SSD, XATA, XSAS, FSAS, unknown.
Physical disk size. Values are stored as KiB in the database and rendered according to your user profile preferences.
Vendor/manufacturer of the disk.
Disk Model
Disk model string.
RAID Container Type
Type of overlying disk container. Not relevant if information is unavailable or if excluded by desired_attributes. Possible values: aggregate = Container is an aggregate. broken = Container is broken pool. foreign = Array LUN has been marked foreign. labelmaint = Container is online label maintenance list. maintenance = Container is disk maintenance center. spare = Container is spare pool. unassigned = Disk ownership has not been assigned. unknown = Container is currently unknown. This is the default setting. volume = Container is a traditional volume.
RAID Position
Position of the disk, relative to its container type. Omitted if excluded by desired-attributes. Possible values: copy = RAID group copy destination. data = RAID group data. dparity = RAID group diagonal parity disk. orphan = Disk is orphan of an aggregate or traditional volume. parity = RAID group parity disk.
pending = Disk is pending addition to an aggregate or traditional volume.
present = Disk is present in system. This is the default setting.
Serial #
Disk serial number. Maximum length of 129 characters.
RAID Group
Name of the RAID group.
Firmware Rev
Firmware revision of the disk. The format of the firmware revision will vary depending on the type of disk and its vendor. Omitted if excluded by desired-attributes.