If no name is given, parity scrubbing is started on all online aggregates. Parity scrubbing compares the data disks to the parity disk(s) in their RAID group, correcting the parity disk’s contents as necessary. If a plex name is given, scrubbing is started on all RAID groups contained in the plex. If an aggregate name is given, scrubbing is started on all RAID groups contained in the aggregate.
If no name is given, then status is printed for all RAID groups currently running a media scrub.Some administrators try to keep all of this information in a spreadsheet, some write scripts that pull the data from their SRM tool and stick it in a flat file, while others create and store individual server configuration files tucked away in a shared folder.If you have an accurate record of your firmware and driver revisions, you're light-years ahead of most of your peers.Net App Commandline Cheatsheet This is a quick and dirty Net App commandline cheatsheet on most of the common commands used, this is not extensive so check out the man pages and Net App documentation. Verification compares the data in both plexes of a mirrored aggregate.I will be updating this document as I become more familar with the Net App application. In the default case, all blocks that differ are logged, but no changes are media_scrub status Note: Prints the media scrubbing status of the named aggregate, plex, or group.## Example - Copies the nightly snapshot named nightly.1 on volume vol0 on the local filer to the volume vol0 on remote ## filer named toaster1.