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How does the FabricPool inactive data reporting work?

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9.6
  • FabricPool
  • IDR (Inactive Data Reporting)

Answer

  1. To display how much data is inactive on a volume, use the volume show command with the -fields performance-tier-inactive-user-data,performance-tier-inactive-user-data-percent parameter
Example
cluster1::> volume show -fields performance-tier-inactive-user-data,performance-tier-inactive-user-data-percent

vserver volume performance-tier-inactive-user-data performance-tier-inactive-user-data-percent
------- ------ ----------------------------------- -------------------------------------------
vsim1   vol0   0B                                  0%                     
vs1     vs1rv1 0B                                  0%                     
vs1     vv1    10.34MB                             0%                     
vs1     vv2    10.38MB                             0%                     
4 entries were displayed.
  • The performance-tier-inactive-user-data field displays how much user data stored in the aggregate is inactive
  • The performance-tier-inactive-user-data-percent field displays what percent of the data is inactive across the active file system and Snapshot copies
  1. To display much data is stored in the performance and cloud tiers for FabricPool per volume you run the volume show-footprint command

Example

cluster1::> volume show-footprint

Vserver : vs1
Volume : rootvol

Feature                          Used       Used%
-------------------------------- ---------- -----
Volume Footprint                 KB          %
Volume Guarantee                 MB          %
Flexible Volume Metadata         KB          %
Delayed Frees                    KB          %
Total Footprint                  MB          %