Determining if a Volume is Enabled for Tiering

You can determine if a volume is enabled for tiering and if rules, schedules, and/or settings for recalled data are associated with the volume using the Control System and the CLI.

Determining if a Volume is Enabled for Tiering Using the Control System

Log in to the Control System and click Data > Volumes.
In the list of volumes displayed in the Volumes pane, the Data Tiering column contains the value Enabled for a volume if the volume is enabled for tiering. If you do not see the column, you can see the column by selecting the columns to display in the Control System.

Determining if a Volume is Enabled for Tiering Using the CLI

Run one of the following commands to determine if a volume is enabled for tiering:
  • maprcli volume list -json
  • maprcli volume info -name <volName> -json
The output, if the volume is tiering-enabled (and has associated settings), should look similar to the following:
{
        "timestamp":1533959507772,
        "timeofday":"2018-08-10 08:51:47.772 GMT-0700 PM",
        "status":"OK",
        "total":1,
        "data":[
                {
                        "acl":{ 
                                "Principal":"User root",
                                "Allowed actions":"[dump, restore, m, a, d, fc]"
                        },
                        ...
                        ...
                        "tierenable":"true",
                        "tierid":"169211273",
                        "tierruleid":"2",
                        "tieroffloadscheduleid":"6",
                        "tierencryption":"false",
                        "tierrecallexpirytime":"1",
                        "tiercompactionscheduleid":"4",
                        "tiercompactionoverheadthresh":"30",
                        "gateway":"10.10.108.120:8660",
                        "cvtotalused":0
                }
        ]
}