Users browsing this forum: MSN [Bot] and 33 guests. Posted: Tue Dec 16, pm. And also, how to have all virtual capacity and real capacity after physical raid? Is there any tools to check all these informations? Sorry for being asking questions, just trying to understand this. Posted: Wed Dec 17, pm. Hi Albatros, I usually find the total used space using the command showsys, which gives the total allocated Total used.
And also you can find the total used space for each VV in Performance and Reports section. Please do correct me if I'm wrong. Regards, KK. Posted: Fri Dec 26, am. Posted: Wed Jan 14, am. Thanks a lot for making me understand. So that gives the usable free space available in the each device type. Sorry for asking lot of questions Posted: Wed Jan 14, pm. It'll give you a pretty good graphic that I use when making a case as to why we need to buy more disks.
CLI is the way to go in most cases, but when you're asking for another quarter million in drives it's all about the visual aids. Hope that helps. Thanks for the infos But Im unable to view the screenshot you have shared.
Posted: Fri Jan 16, am. Posted: Tue Jan 27, am. Not to throw fuel on the fire There is free RAW space, per spindle type. There is "unallocated space" aka free isolated inside each CPG.
First things first, what is your definition of "free space". Posted: Wed Jan 28, pm. Hi Sir, I need the Free space in the entire storage which are actually free. I mean not in each VV. Posted: Fri Jan 30, pm. Page 1 of 2.This is designed to be a quick reference of the commands available for use. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Adaptive Flash Cache createflashcache Creates flash cache for the cluster. Encryption controlencryption Controls data encryption. Physical Disk Management admitpd Admits one or all physical disks to enable their use. Dual Sign-On Request removecorequest Removes rejected, cancelled, or executed dual sign-on requests.
File Persona Network Commands createfsnetwork Configures multiple networks by creating new network.
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File Persona Routes createfsroute Create a route for a target address with a gateway. File Provisioning Group createfpg Create a file provisioning group. Health and Alert Management removealert Removes one or more alerts. Licensing Management setlicense Sets the license key. Node Date info setdate Sets the system time and date on all nodes. Controller Node Properties setnode Sets the properties of the node components such as the serial number of the power supply.
Network Interface Config setnet Sets the administration network interface configuration. Port Information checkport Performs a loopback test on Fibre Channel ports. Battery Management setbattery Sets battery properties.
System Manager setsysmgr Sets the system manager startup state. Node Rescue startnoderescue Initiates a node rescue, which initializes the internal node disk of the specified node to match the contents of the other node disks. Performance Management Commands Chunklet Stats histch Displays histogram data for individual chunklets. Data Cache statcmp Displays statistics for cache memory pages. Logical Disk Stats histld Displays histogram data for logical disks. Link Stats statlink Displays statistics for links.
Physical Disk Stats histpd Displays histogram data for physical disks. Port Stats histport Displays histogram data for Fibre Channel ports. System Tuner tunepd Displays physical disks with high service times and optionally performs load balancing. Virtual Volume Stats histvv Displays histogram data for virtual volumes. Replication Commands Physical Copy creategroupvvcopy Creates consistent group physical copies of a list of virtual volumes.
Remote Copy admitrcopylink Admits a network link for Remote Copy use. Virtual Copy createsv Creates snapshot volumes. Support Recovery Account Password Command Description controlrecoveryauth Control the method used to authenticate recovery accounts. Service Commands Disk Enclosure admithw Admits new hardware into the system. QoS setqos Creates and updates QoS rules in a system.
Software Version showpatch Displays patches applied to a system.Yesterday I deleted 2 virtual volumes of 3PAR. Before the deletion it had GB free and now continues to have GB. How I can refresh this information? I read about reclaim space in 3PAR, but do not find the way to do.
It depends on how large the virtual volumes were. Each CPG has a growth size. This lets the CPG keep some chunklets pre-reserved. Also, when volumes are deleted, it will retain some space in the CPG assuming the space will be reused.
Try compacting your CPGs:. Note: While I work for HP, all of my comments whether noted or notare my own and are not any official representation of the company.
I'll try your solution. In it there is an option to compact CPG but is disabled. I will try with cli console. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. Contact Email us Tell us what you think.
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ESX less than 5. When files are deleted in Windows andthey are not zeroed out which 3Par can detect and release. Requires volumes to have letters, and from Sdelete version 1. After data have been zeroed out, it will take some time for 3Par to release the space. HP tells me that the 3Par system will not prioritize this task under heavy load and that there are no way of activate this task manually or see the status of it. Nothing left then to wait and see, HP told me that I should look again after a weekend to see if the data have been released.
Like Like. They have tried logging on to the system running a couple of commands, but nothing changes. After we got it upgraded to 3. I have investigated how storage can be release, there by this blog post — but for some reason it does not kick in on our 3Par system yet. Like Liked by 1 person. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
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Notify me of new posts via email. So this is the theory, but I do still struggle with the 3Par to release the space. Like this: Like LoadingPosted: Mon Feb 10, am. I've deleted 2 virtual volumes of 3PAR. Before the deletion it had GB free and now continues to have GB. How I can refresh this information? I read about reclaim space in 3PAR, but do not find the way to do. Thanks for your help.
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Posted: Mon Feb 10, pm. Keep in mind there are various levels of free space. Unallocated free space, ready to be used by any CPG. Posted: Tue Feb 11, pm. Thanks Richard Siemers, I'll try your solution. I'll remember your advices. Posted: Thu Nov 27, pm. Hi you can very well run the compact cpg from CLI option. Posted: Fri Nov 28, pm. It depends on where you're looking for the space to be returned to.
When you delete volumes the chunklets first need to be cleaned before they are returned for use by the system, this is especially true for fpvv's as every chunklet is allocated upfront and so must be cleaned zero's out on deletion, you can see this by running the below.
There's no way to increase the speed of this process but it's only usually encountered during testing when large fully provisioned volumes are created, torn down and then recreated. Page 1 of 1. Previous topic Next topic.
Post subject: How to reclaim space after removing virtual volume 3PAR? Richard Siemers. Site Admin. Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 30 guests. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.SNMP is used for configuring and collecting information from network devices including storage.
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The focus of this post is using SNMP as a monitoring tool for alerts. An SNMP infrastructure is based around two components, the manager which acts as the collection point for all alerts and agents which are software on the end points that report back to the manager. These OID list the characteristics of the devices that can be managed. Remember the manager is the device that is the trap destination i. The above command should be sufficient for most situations, but if your manager server requires a password or other config different from the default you can use the following options:.
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Reblogged this on mcloudinfo. Hi, we are getting snmp traps from new model of 3PAR devices. There is only the OID. Wiley, I have a customer running 3. Would that fall under the fix in update 3. An upgrade to 3. We used following commands on the 3Par box:. Which basically means: no interfaces on this device Code: PE Any idea how to solve this?
Will this process require any downtime at all? Thanks… I tried using all of your steps but I still cannot connect to snmp. Port is not even detected as being open when I do a port scan. Do I need to make a firewall change or something? There are around different values as i remember correctly.As always the task can be achieved either via the command line or through the GUI, so here we go. Now let us look at the CLI option which in this case is the tunesys command.
As you can see, without any switches applied the tunesys command simply asks if you wish to continue and then goes ahead and starts. To see what options we have we can use the format help tunesys.
Both will produce a text output similar to that below.
To see how things are progressing leverage the showtask command and the GUI. A standard showtask —active will list all active tasks and give you an overall view of the tunesys progress. If you make a note of the task ID when you launch tunesys you can add that to the showtask command with the —d switch to get a detailed output of the task progress.
Depending on the size of your system, load and the degree of in-balance this task may take quite some time to complete. Patience is a virtue! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. First let us use the traditional MC. Are you sure you want to tune this storage system? Task started. The command runs a series of low level operations to re-balance resources on the system. The specified CPGs must all be in the same domain as the user.
The diskpct and chunkpct options cannot be used with this option. The tunesys command is used to analyze and detect poor layout. SuperEdit. Limits the scope of a tunesys operation to the named CPG s. Parameter summary :.
Detailed status :.