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How can you check the status of a Wafliron in ONTAP 7-mode

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  • Data ONTAP 7-mode

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During Phase 1, it is not currently possible to check the status of wafliron. Status can be seen in Phase 2 and Phase 3. Data ONTAP 7.2.3 added enhancements to check the status during these phases of wafliron.

For Data ONTAP 7.2.3:

To check the status of wafliron during Phase 2 or Phase 3, the advanced level command aggr wafliron status -s can be used. It will produce output similar to the following:

storage1> priv set advanced
storage1*> aggr wafliron status -s
        Total mount phase of aggr aggr1 took 5s.
        Rootdir mount phase of aggr aggr1 took 3 msecs.
        Activemap mount phase of aggr aggr1 took 199 msecs.
        Snapshot mount phase of aggr aggr1 took 2567 msecs.
        Refcnt mount phase of aggr aggr1 took 2526 msecs.
        Metadir mount phase of aggr aggr1 took 18 msecs.
        Flex vols mount phase of aggr aggr1 took 75 msecs.
Wafliron scan stats for volume: flexvol3
        24 files done
        7 directories done
        598773 inodes done
        45092 blocks done
Wafliron scan stats for volume: flexvol1
        44 files done
        14 directories done
        199685 inodes done
        11282 blocks done
        wafliron is active on aggregate: aggr1
                Scanning (16% done).

Prior to Data ONTAP 7.2.3:
To check the status of the wafliron on the aggregate or traditional volume:

storage1> priv set advanced
storage1*> aggr wafliron status [aggr_name | volname]

Example:

storage1*> aggr wafliron status
        wafliron is active on volume: vol1
                Scanning (2% done).
        wafliron is active on aggregate: aggr0
                Scanning (0% done).

By default, wafliron information is logged to the storage system's console as well as the /etc/messages file. The messages logged include wafliron start time, changes made, a summary of the changes, and the completion time for the aggregate and all FlexVol volumes.

To check the progress of a wafliron on a FlexVol volume residing on the aggregate being ironed:

storage1> priv set advanced
storage1*> wafl scan status volname

Example:

storage1*> wafl scan status vol1
Volume vol1:
 Scan id                   Type of scan     progress
     158                wafliron demand     156003 (156597/156595) of 3640875

Once the wafliron is complete, the storage system should be returned to normal administrative mode using the following command:

storage1*> priv set admin

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