Tools for Troubleshooting Windows Server 2012 Storage Spaces

Utilities and Commands for Troubleshooting Storage Spaces

      The following utilities and commands (PS cmdlets) are available to assist with troubleshooting Storage Spaces:

To list unhealthy storage spaces, use the following PS cmdlet:

Get-VirtualDisk | Where-Object {$_.HealthStatus –ne “Healthy”}

To repair a Virtual Disk, use the following PS cmdlet:

      Repair-VirtualDisk -FriendlyName

To list unhealthy storage pools, use the following PS cmdlet:

Get-StoragePool | Where-Object {$_.HealthStatus –ne “Healthy”}

To list unhealthy physical disks, use the following PS cmdlet:

Get-PhysicalDisk | Where-object {$_HealthStatus –ne “Healthy”}

To remove (or Reset) a failed physical disk from a storage pool, us the following PS cmdlet:

Reset-PhysicalDisk –FriendlyName

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1 thought on “Tools for Troubleshooting Windows Server 2012 Storage Spaces”

  1. Get-StoragePool | Where-Object {$_HealthStatus –ne “Healthy”}
    shoud be
    Get-StoragePool | Where-Object {$_.HealthStatus –ne “Healthy”}

    Reply

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