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Files can be accessed from a disconnected object store for tiering-policy all

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Applies to

  • FabricPool

Issue

  • Volume with tiering-policy set to all
  • vol show-footprint output shows that the data is on the capacity-tier
  • Data is still accessible on the performance-tier after cutting down the connection to the object-store.

 

cluster2::> vol show-footprint -volume vol1
(volume show-footprint)

Vserver : svm_t
Volume : vol1

Feature Used Used%
-------------------------------- ---------- -----
Volume Data Footprint 106.6MB 1%
Footprint in Performance Tier 4.35MB 4%
Footprint in sgws_663 104.7MB 96%
Volume Guarantee 0B 0%
Flexible Volume Metadata 13.38MB 0%
Delayed Frees 2.43MB 0%

Total Footprint 122.4MB 2%

cluster2::> net in show -role intercluster
  (network interface show)
            Logical    Status     Network            Current       Current Is
Vserver     Interface  Admin/Oper Address/Mask       Node          Port    Home
----------- ---------- ---------- ------------------ ------------- ------- ----
cluster2
            intercluster1
                       down/down  192.168.0.154/24   cluster2-01   e0a     true


cluster2::> object-store show
  (storage aggregate object-store show)
Aggregate      Object Store Name Availability   Mirror Type
-------------- ----------------- -------------  -----------
aggr5_cluster2 sgws_663          unavailable    primary

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