Assigning ownership to disks for NetApp OnTap 8.2p2 Cluster mode


After replacing broken disks for NetApp Storage and if you want to manually assigned ownership back to the newly replaced but assigned disks, you can use the following command

1. Show Storage Ownership Information

My-NetApp-Cluster::> storage disk show -spare
Original Owner: acai-cluster1-01
  Checksum Compatibility: block
                                                            Usable Physical
    Disk            HA Shelf Bay Chan   Pool  Type    RPM     Size     Size Owner
    --------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- -------- --------
    cluster1-01:0b.00.9
                    0b     0   9    B  Pool0  BSAS   7200   1.62TB   1.62TB cluster1-01
Original Owner: cluster1-02
  Checksum Compatibility: block
                                                            Usable Physical
    Disk            HA Shelf Bay Chan   Pool  Type    RPM     Size     Size Owner
    --------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- -------- --------
    cluster1-02:0a.00.7
                    0a     0   7    B  Pool0  BSAS   7200   1.62TB   1.62TB cluster1-02
.....
.....

2. Display all unowned disks by entering the following command:

My-NetApp-Cluster::> storage disk show -container-type unassigned


                     Usable           Container
Disk                   Size Shelf Bay Type        Position   Aggregate Owner
---------------- ---------- ----- --- ----------- ---------- --------- --------
cluster1-01:0b.00.9
                     1.62TB     0   9 spare       present    -         cluster1-01
cluster1-02:0a.00.7
                     1.62TB     0   7 spare       present    -         cluster1-02

3. Assign each disk by entering the following command

My-NetApp-Cluster::> storage disk assign -disk cluster1-01:0b.00.9 -owner cluster1-01
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