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Commands to show TDEV/DATADEV relationships

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Is there any way to do either or both of the following:

1)  Given a TDEV, which DATADEVs are being used?

2)  Given a DATADEV, which TDEVs are using it?

I've got eight physical SATA disks that are "hot" right now.  The only thing they have in common are 22 RAID-6 data devices.  I'm trying to figure out what's responsible, and I'm not getting anywhere.  There's only one device on the entire frame that is noticeablybusy, but it belongs to an FC pool, so it shouldn't be on SATA.  I'm wondering if FAST/VP could have moved it to SATA at some point and it hasn't been moved back to FC yet.  Anyone have any ideas?

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Re: Commands to show TDEV/DATADEV relationships

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Command symcfg -sid xx list -tdev -sg SG_NAME –detail

Will show how much data is allocated / written in each pool for each device in the SG. That takes care of Q1. For Q2: For each pool, run command: symcfg –sid xx show –pool pool_name –thin –detail

STP data should you SYMDEV IOPS directed to SATA.

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Re: Commands to show TDEV/DATADEV relationships

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Command symcfg -sid xx list -tdev -sg SG_NAME –detail

Will show how much data is allocated / written in each pool for each device in the SG. That takes care of Q1. For Q2: For each pool, run command: symcfg –sid xx show –pool pool_name –thin –detail

STP data should you SYMDEV IOPS directed to SATA.

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