org.freedesktop.UDisks2.Drive.LSM — LSM interface exported on disk objects
IsOK readable b IsRaidDegraded readable b IsRaidError readable b IsRaidVerifying readable b IsRaidReconstructing readable b RaidType readable s StatusInfo readable s MinIoSize readable u OptIoSize readable u RaidDiskCount readable u
Objects implementing this interface also implement the #org.freedesktop.UDisks2.Drive interface.
IsOK readable b
Whether this drive is read and writeable without any error or warnings. It's the single preliminary check on whether things go wrong. Noted: even from user's view, RAID degrade does not cause any error or warning at OS level, the 'isOK' property will still be set as 'FALSE' to suggest user to do more checking on what's going on.
IsRaidDegraded readable b
Whether this drive is degraded RAID, for example, one disk failure in RAID 5 group is considered as degraded RAID.
IsRaidError readable b
Whether this drive is facing RAID error, for example, two disks failure in RAID 5 group at the same time is considered as RAID error, user will lose data access and facing write failure.
IsRaidVerifying readable b
Whether the RAID group of current drive allocated from is verifying its data integrity by comparing mirror(RAID1) or verifying parity(RAID 5/6).
IsRaidReconstructing readable b
Whether the RAID group of current drive allocated from is reconstructing its data on newly joined disk or out-synced disk.
RaidType readable s
A string of backend RAID type of this disk drive. Could be one of these values: JBOD, RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10, RAID 50, RAID 60 There will be a space between RAID number and 'RAID' string. If unknown, leave it as empty.
StatusInfo readable s
A message for administrator about RAID detail issue. Some examples: Disk enclosure 1 slot 9(serial: CVDA452606ME1207GN) is offline. Disk enclosure 1 slot 10 is predicted to be fail soon. Empty string if no issue or LibStorageMgmt failed to retrieve so.
MinIoSize readable u
The minimum I/O size, device preferred I/O size for random I/O. Any I/O size not equal to a multiple of this value may get significant speed penalty. Normally it refers to strip size of each RAID disk(extent). If LibStorageMgmt failed to detect min_io_size, it will try these values in the sequence of: logical sector size -> physical sector size -> 0
OptIoSize readable u
The optimal I/O size, device preferred I/O size for sequential I/O. Normally it refers to RAID group stripe size. If LibStorageMgmt failed to detect opt_io_size, it will be set to 0.