ONTAP 9.14.1 commands

storage aggregate remove-stale-record

Remove a stale aggregate record

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the advanced privilege level.


The storage aggregate remove-stale-record command removes a stale storage aggregate record on disk. A stale aggregate record refers to an aggregate that has been removed from the storage system, but whose information remains recorded on disk. Stale aggregate records are displayed in the nodeshell aggr status -r command, but the storage aggregate show command does not show the aggregate as hosted on that node.


-aggregate <aggregate name> - Aggregate

This parameter specifies the aggregate that corresponds to the stale aggregate record that is to be deleted.

-nodename {<nodename>|local} - Node Name

This parameter specifies the node that contains the aggregate.


The following example removes a stale aggregate record that refers to aggregate "aggr1":

cluster1::> storage aggregate remove-stale-record -aggregate aggr1 -nodename node1
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